Best Dog Parks around Albany, OR

Corvallis Fenced Dog Park

3rd and B Streets
Corvallis, OR
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Independence Community Dog Park

Grand Street
Independence, OR
Looking for a place to throw a ball for your dog and let them interact with other dogs? Conceived by a group of community volunteers in 2011, the I...
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Waterloo County Park

39510 Gross Street
Lebanon, OR
The town of Waterloo plays host to this 128-acre park located on the banks of the South Santiam River. This beautiful park provides families with a...
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Central Bark

920 Southeast Juniper Street
Dallas, OR
It is the newest park in town and the only off-leash park just for dogs. It is an enclosed park equipped with a picnic table, water, and pet waste ...
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Keizer Rapids Park

900 Chemawa Road North
Keizer, OR
Boat ramp, camping site, jean sternwheeler off leash dog park with 2 covered shelter areas, parking area, picnic tables, portable toilets, sand vol...
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Armitage Park

90064 Coburg Road
Eugene, OR
Armitage Park consists of 56.7 acres located five miles north of Eugene, Oregon, on the banks of the beautiful McKenzie River.
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Candlelight Park

Royal Avenue and Throne Drive
Eugene, OR
The park includes many features and park amenities, including a playground, picnic tables, a basketball court, Bike / Pedestrian path, a restored w...
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Centennial Park

900 Parr Road
Woodburn, OR
The 2.5 acre Dog Park opened at Centennial Park in October 2010.  It is equipped with water, a picnic table, waste stations, and some shade.
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Alton Baker Park

200 Day Island Road
Eugene, OR
Alton Baker Park, Eugene's largest developed park, is home to dozens of recreational features and facilities serving the City of Eugene since 1959....
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Amazon Park

22 Amazon Parkway
Eugene, OR
Amazon Park is a vibrant, active park in the heart of south Eugene. It encompasses nearly 100 acres, including numerous recreation opportunities, c...
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Lively Park

6100 Thurston Road
Springfield, OR
You'll find an 8,000-square-foot playground, two large-group picnic shelters, sand volleyball, a nature trail and an almost 4-acre dog park at Live...
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Wayne Morse Family Farm

595 Crest Drive
Eugene, OR
Wayne Morse Family Farm is the former home and farm of Senator Wayne Morse, a political figure who has come to symbolize political integrity and se...
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Riverside Drive Dog Park

1900 North East Riverside Drive
McMinnville, OR
The City of McMinnville Parks & Recreation Department opened the city's first and only off-leash dog park in January 2010. It has quickly becom...
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Ewing Young Historical Park

1201 South Blaine Street
Newberg, OR
Dog Park, Skateboard Park, BMX Track, Walking and Jogging Trails, Covered Shelter, Playground Equipment, Restrooms, Picnic Tables, Frisbee Golf Cou...
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Memorial Park

8100 South West Wilsonville Road
Wilsonville, OR
Memorial Park is the city’s oldest and largest park, acquired by the city in 1969, one year after incorporation. The park contains both activ...
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Tualatin Dog Park

8515 South West Tualatin Road
Tualatin, OR
Established in 2011, Tualatin's Dog Park is located at the north end of Tualatin Community Park. Dog Park hours are sunrise to sunset.
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Summerlake Dog Park

11450 South West Winterlake Drive
Tigard, OR
The dog park is approximately 2/3 acre and is nicely landscaped. It contains a double gated entry area, drinking water faucet for the dogs, informa...
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Ash Avenue Dog Park

12770 South West Ash Avenue
Tigard, OR
Park features include: - A shelter, benches and bicycle rack- Dog-friendly wood fiber surface- Recycled concrete manhole rings for exploring- Two d...
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Potso Dog Park

Wall Street off Hunziker
Tigard, OR
Potso Dog Park contains the following features: perimeter fencing, double gated entry area, shaded picnic tables, benches, interior perimeter path,...
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Lake Oswego Dog Park

17800 Staffor Road
West Linn, OR
The northern most area is for timid and shy dogs. The larger area fronting the parking lot is for more aggressive dogs.
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