Other Dog Activities in Coburg, OR

There’s 1 other dog friendly attraction in Coburg, and 3 more nearby. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Coburg.

Pet Friendly TA Coburg
TA Coburg This gas station has a full-service restaurant open 24 hours, McDonald's and a Travel Store. This location also has a dedicated area for pets that need some exercise or a rest break. Waste bags and trash receptacles are also available for easy cleanup. TA and Petro Travel Stores also carry a variety of pet care product. See Details
Pet Friendly Unleashed Community Church
Unleashed Community Church We love animals, especially the dogs who share our home and are members of our family. We wanted a church where people understood our close emotional bond with our pets. A church where all God’s creatures and the beautiful earth we call home would be included in the gospel message. A church where pet lovers could find the kind of pastoral care and community that would support them through all the ups and downs of caring for animals. All dogs must be on a short leash (2’-6’ in length) and under good control with a non-slip collar, head halter, or harness. They must all be current on vaccinations and flea treatment. It’s especially important that they are friendly to people and animals. See Details
Saginaw Vineyard Saginaw Vineyard is pet-friendly. This cute winery has u-pick berries, tables outside and more. Indulge in a delicious berry wine with Fido by your side. It's also a great place to visit after doing the self-guided covered bridge tour in Cottage Grove. They are open Saturday through Thursday from 11am to 5pm and Friday from 11am to 9pm. See Details
Over the Rivers and the Woods Scenic Byway Over the Rivers and the Woods Scenic Byway is a beautiful drive through Willamette Valley. Starting near Brownsville, the route traverses five different ecosystems and takes travelers from Willamette Valley to the West Cascade Mountains. It takes roughly three hours to drive the 60-mile distance and includes highlights such as a climb into the foothills and Crawfordsville Covered Bridge. With access to rivers, reservoirs, parks and campgrounds, many trails and snow-play areas, this Byway offers the chance to see and do lots of things along the way. See Details