Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in Rickreall, OR

There are 5 dog-friendly hiking trails within 20 miles of Rickreall. 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 Rickreall.

Pet Friendly Peavy Arboretum
Peavy Arboretum A popular gateway to the McDonald Forest, Peavy Arboretum in Corvallis, OR is dog friendly The Arboretum provides a variety of outdoor recreation and educational opportunities. Dogs are welcome on the trails as long as they are under vocal command or on-leash. Dog owners must clean up after their pets. See Details
Pet Friendly Willamette Mission State Park
Willamette Mission State Park Fido is welcome to join you when exploring 1,300 acres of woodland, wetland, rolling meadows and working farmland at Willamette Mission State Park in Gervais, OR. Located just north of Salem, take your best friend on a hike along 15 miles of scenic trails where he can roam off-leash. Trails are also popular routes for horseback riders and mountain bikers, and hikers should be aware of flooded or closed trails during heavy rainstorms. See Details
Keizer Rapids Park Keizer Rapids Park is Keizer, OR's largest park, consisting of 148 acres. The pet-friendly park includes an amphitheater, trails, picnic areas, camping areas, a disc golf course, and even an on site dog park! Bring Fido out for a whole day of fun outside. See Details
OSU McDonald and Dunn Research Forests OSU McDonald and Dunn Research Forests is a dog-friendly park and forest in Corvallis, OR. These research forests are over 11,000 acres of living laboratories for the students and professors of Oregon State University. Dogs are welcome to join you at the forest, however you must be able to control your pets by using voice command or a leash, and all pet waste must be cleaned up and taken off property. See Details
Willamette Valley Scenic Bikeway Bring Fido while you cycle by hop farms, vineyards and quaint towns while on the dog-friendly, 132-mile Willamette Valley Scenic Bikeway. Start in Jefferson, OR, and stop along the way at wineries for tastings, brewpubs for a pint and restaurants for farm-to-table cuisine. Campsites are also along the trail. The valley’s temperate climate is ideal for year-round bike riding. See Details
Maud Williamson State Recreation Site The pet-friendly Maud Williamson State Recreation Site in Salem, OR, sits on the cultivated farmland of the Willamette Valley, surrounded by second-growth Douglas fir trees. Visitors and their leashed dogs can explore the property of a historic farmhouse and enjoy picnics in the covered shelter while admiring wildflowers in the spring. See Details
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