Dog Friendly Activities in Oregon

Don’t leave Fido in the hotel room when you’re on vacation. Get out and play! No matter where you’re headed in Oregon, we can point you towards the nearest off-leash dog park, the most popular dog beach, a really great hiking trail, and lots of other places to play with Fido.

Pet Friendly Cannon Beach
Cannon Beach Cannon Beach is a dog-friendly area in Cannon Beach, OR. Pets are welcome on a leash, or under voice control, year-round. The beach is located near a quaint town center with loads of shops and cafes. See Details
Pet Friendly Two-Shy Brewing
Two-Shy Brewing Whether you're a novice or a beer expert, Two-Shy Brewing in Roseburg, OR has something on tap for you. This dog-friendly establishment is brewing up IPAs, stouts, red ales and more. Fido is welcome to join you at an outside table. Please see their website for a list of upcoming events. See Details
Crater Lake National Park Check out the dog-friendly Crater Lake National Park in Crater Lake, OR. Leashed pets are allowed on The Godfrey Glen Trail, Lady of the Woods Trail, Grayback Drive, the famous Pacific Crest Trail and the paved promenade at Rim Village. The leash should be six feet or less. See Details
Seal Rock State Recreation Site Seal Rock State Recreation Site is a pet-friendly area in Seal Rock, OR. This beautiful beach allows dogs on a leash or under voice control. Located south of Newport, there's a large off-shore rock formation that provide habitat for seals, sea lions, sea birds and other marine life. The short trail to the beach is steep in areas, but features an ADA accessible viewpoint at the midway point. See Details
Mount Pisgah Arboretum Eugene, OR's Mount Pisgah Arboretum is dog friendly! The Arboretum is a two-hundred-and-nine-acre living tree museum that features quiet trails and space for picnics. Fido is welcome in the Arboretum and on the trails; however, pets must be leashed and cleaned up after during their visit. In the larger Howard Buford Recreation Area, which surrounds the Arboretum, leashes are required on Trail 1 and Trail 2. See Details
Hald/Strawberry Park Pets love to play off-leash at Hald/Strawberry Park in Ashland, OR. The 2-acre dog park is fully fenced with water and waste bags available. You can access the dog area from the end of Sunnyview Street or across from Hitt Road on Strawberry Lane. See Details
Spinreel Dune Buggy & ATV Rental If you are looking to explore the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Center with Fido, Spinreel Dune Buggy & ATV Rental in North Bend has pet-friendly dune buggies in North Bend, OR. Small pets must be able to be held in your lap. Larger pets must be able to be controlled in a seat by themselves. With opportunities for adventure along high dunes, flatter trail areas, or along the Pacific Ocean, they have something for every preference. See Details
Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe Enjoy some time with Fido on the Deschutes River with a dog-friendly rental from Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe in Bend, OR. Dogs are welcome to join the fun on kayaks, canoes, and stand-up paddleboards. If you want a laid-back river trip, enjoy a tubing trip on the river. Tubes have handles and netting so neither you nor Fido will fall through, although it is still a good idea to make sure Fido is wearing a PFD. All rentals have a minimum two-hour rental period. The Bend store is open year-round, and the Sunriver store is open from April to September. If you’re renting from the Sunriver location, you must be able to transport your own rental to the river as dogs are not allowed on the shuttle. See Details
Smith Rock State Park Smith Rock State Park in Terrebonne, OR is dog friendly! Fido can explore its 650 acres, but must be on a leash no longer than six feet at all times, and owners must clean up after their pet. Clean-up bags and a garbage can are located right before the bridge. Climbers and slackliners bringing dogs to a route or line must follow special rules, which can be found on Smith Rock's official website. See Details
Deschutes River Trail Deschutes River Trail is a pet-friendly path in Bend, OR. It's an easy, 8.5-mile hike in Deschutes National Forest that will take about 5 hours to complete with Fido. Set out on the Benham Falls trail and go 0.7 mile to Benham Falls. Another 0.2 mile past the Falls you will connect with the Deschutes River Trail. Please note that dogs must be on leash. See Details
Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor is a dog-friendly spot to enjoy seaside prairies, spectacular vistas, secluded cove beaches, rugged cliffs, and forested sea stacks in Brookings, OR.. The Corridor features a somewhat easy, twelve-mile trail that takes about seven hours to complete with Fido. Pets must be leashed during their visit. Dog owners can start out from the trailhead at the north end of the picnic area and head down the paved path past the pit toilets. Those wanting to continue their trek should ignore the trail that goes left to the beach and keep going straight through a bit of brush before opening up to a nice trail on the other side. See Details
Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad The Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad in Garibaldi, OR is pet friendly. Passengers bringing their dogs along for the ride are asked to sit in the open-top section of the train. The train is a 46-mile stretch of track between the Tillamook Airport and the railroad siding of Enright. Pets ride for free! You can catch the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad from the Garibaldi Train Depot at 306 American Avenue in Garibaldi; the Rockaway Beach Depot at 125 Oregon Coast Hwy in Rockaway Beach; or the Wheeler Depot at 580 Marine Drive in Wheeler. Dogs and their families should book tickets in the open cars, not the dinner cars where food is served. See Details
Oregon Garden Oregon Garden is a pet-friendly place in Silverton, OR. It contains a special space for Fido that educates visiting dogs and their owners on what local plants can be harmful and helpful to the canine community. Don't forget to snap a picture next to the statue of Bobbie the Wonder Dog, the amazing pooch who traveled more than 2,500 miles to be reunited with his owners in Silverton. There is an admission price and the garden is open daily. See Details
Sahalie & Koosah Falls Trail Enjoy the breathtaking wonder of two waterfalls as you hike along the dog-friendly loop trail that connects the Sahalie and Koosah Falls in McKenzie Bridge, OR. Created by ancient lava flows, these stunning waterfalls and the beauty of the surrounding nature provide the makings of a perfect day in the great outdoors with your furry best friend. Just keep your pup leashed on the trails. See Details
Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm is a dog-friendly place in Woodburn, OR. It's open from the end of March through the first week of May. They have greatly expanded their operation to include taking bulb orders, cut flowers, potted tulips, a gift shop, and all sorts of food and activities on weekends for all members of the family. Leashed dogs are welcome. See Details
Devils Punchbowl Trail Devils Punchbowl State Natural Area is an out and back pet-friendly trail in Newport, OR. Most hikers will find this interesting pathway an easy hike. Dogs are welcome, as long as they are on a leash and all mess is cleaned up after them. The highlight of the trail is the interesting collapsed cave at the end, the Punchbowl, where water gathers and churns during high tide. See Details
Sandy River Delta Park Sandy River Delta Park is a pet-friendly place in Troutdale, OR. The trail system consists of a thousand acres of off-leash trails that lead to the Sandy River where your dog can wade or swim. Walk or hike for hours. It can be muddy at times due to Portland's frequent rain. Take I-84 to exit 18, follow the road and cut back under 84, stay straight instead of getting on the on ramp and you will be in doggy heaven! Dogs must remain leashed on Confluence Trail. See Details
Portland Saturday Market Leashed dogs are welcome at the weekly Portland Saturday Market in Portland, OR. Open March through December, it is nationally recognized as the largest continuously operating open-air arts and crafts market in the country. Bring Fido while you shop the marketplace of locally handmade arts, crafts and foods from the Pacific Northwest. See Details
Dog Park at Pine Nursery Park Pine Nursery Park includes a dog park for off leash play in Bend, OR. This park has it all, including a fenced off-leash dog area with both paved and unpaved pathways/trails, free poop bags, a restroom for humans, water fountains for dogs and humans, and a very large grass field area for open runs. The rest of Pine Nursery Park is also friendly for leashed dogs with lovely walking/jogging paths, tennis fields, playground area, and man-made lake. See Details
Hillsdale Park Hillsdale Park is a 5-acre park in Portland, OR that features a 2-acre off-leash area in the northwest corner of the park for dogs. There are no waste bags or fresh water sources on the site, so be sure to bring some for your dog. See Details