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Visit this 62-acre Catholic Shrine and botanical garden administered by the Order of Friar Servants of Mary. Well behaved, leashed pets are welcome i... Read More
This is a good expample of a formally designed neighborhood park, typical of the early 1900's. It includes the city's first public rose garden with 8... Read More
Join Portland Ghosts on a pet-friendly walking ghost tour through the most haunted sites in Portland’s history. Our ghost tour puts you right in the... Read More
Covering approximately five acres, this garden has more than 2,000 species of hybrid rhododendron, azalea, magnolia and related plants.
Breweries / Wineries
Dog-friendly, outdoor patio is covered and heated. Food trucks parked nearby.
Dogs are welcome at outdoor seating.
Dogs are welcome at outdoor picnic tables.
Offering small batch brews with a large, pet friendly outdoor area and visiting food trucks.
Off-Leash Dog Parks
This 3.62 acre, unfenced dog park features trees, picnic tables and meadows. $3 daily fee.
This unfenced dog park features drinking water and trees. Dogs are allowed off leash in designated areas of the park.
This 1 acre, unfenced dog park features trees and picnic tables. The off leash area is to the west of the tennis courts.
This 0.6 acre, unfenced dog park features trees and benches. The off leash area is located on the south west side of the park.
This unfenced dog park has drinking water. The off leash area is located between N Edison Street and Pittsburg Avenue.
Parks & Nature
The refuge is known for a large number of bird species you can see while you're walking your dog on the one-mile trail around the pond. Paths are pave... Read More
This lush, forested park sits within 15 minutes of downtown Portland. It has 8 miles of shaded hiking trails.
The Vera Katz Eastbank Esplanade extends 1.5 miles from the Hawthorne Bridge to the Steel Bridge with connections to eastside neighborhoods and across... Read More
The site of the popular Saturday market as well as a small sandy area for dogs who enjoy splashing.
Fifteen miles of trails and a rose garden are just a few of the things you can enjoy in Washington Park with your pet.
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