Dog Parks

Ashland – Hald/Strawberry Park
W Nevada St & Helman St, Ashland, OR

97520

This dog park is run and operated by Ashland Parks and Recreation Department. Located just off West Nevada Street the park is in a quiet and upper scale neighborhood not far from famous Lithia Park. Two acres of fenced dog heaven your dog can run and play with other dogs without a leash.  Open from dawn to dusk seven days a week. The park department provides scoopers and water in the park.

 

(541) 488-5340
Grants Pass – Gilbert Creek Dog Park
1750 NW Hawthorne Ave, Grants Pass, OR
97526

This dog park is run and operated by Grants Pass Parks and Recreation Department. Located in the north end of Grants Pass along Hawthorne Avenue, this dog park is part of, but isolated and fenced from the larger Gilbert Creek Park with its baseball and soccer fields and tennis courts.  This is a beautiful waterfront park with the dog park area located down the hill between the soccer field and tennis courts. The dog park has a couple of small picnic tables but as of this writing, the water source is normally turned off in the winter time to avoid freezing pipes.

 

(541) 471-6435
Grants Pass – Greenwood Dog Park
1200 SW Greenwood Ave
Grants Pass, OR
97526

This dog park is run and operated by Grants Pass Parks and Recreation Department. Close to the famous Rogue River, Redwood Park is located close to the center of town in SW Grants Pass on Leonard Road otherwise known as Dowell Rd. The dog park is small and fenced but part of the larger Redwood park with its 2 soccer fields, basketball court, tennis court, and playground and biking/walking trails.

(541) 471-6435
Grants Pass – Redwood Park
1395 Dowell Road
Grants Pass, OR
97527

This dog park is run and operated by Grants Pass Parks and Recreation Department. Close to the famous Rogue River, Redwood Park is located close to the center of town in SW Grants Pass on Leonard Road otherwise known as Dowell Rd. The dog park is small and fenced but part of the larger Redwood park with its 2 soccer fields, basketball court, tennis court, and playground and biking/walking trails.

541-471-6435
Medford – Bear Creek Dog Park
840 Highland Dr, Medford, OR, US,
97504

This dog park is run and operated by Medford Parks and Recreation Department. It is approximately 2 acres, with a granite walkway, a small covered area, completely fenced and adjacent to the much larger full-facility Bear Creek Park.

(541) 774-2400
Medford – Hawthorne Dog Park
511 E Main Street, Medford, OR
97504

This dog park is run and operated by Medford Parks and Recreation Department. This is actually two dog parks in one. One is for larger dogs over 20 pounds and the another for those small dogs and puppies generally under 20 pounds.  This helps to keep the smaller dogs from fights with larger animals.

(541) 774-2400
Roseburg – Happy Trails Dog Park
100 SE Templin St., Roseburg, OR
97470

This dog park is run and operated by Roseburg Parks and Recreation Department. Located at the corner of Templin Street and Arizona Street at the north end of Templin Beach Park, this park is also accessible via Micelli Park on the south. This dog park is set along the picturesque Umpqua River and has approximately one acre of fenced, off-leash dog-friendly territory allows for plenty of room to let Fido run free and play with the other dogs.  There is an exercise area for  running your dog gloriously shaded by mature cottonwood trees. The site features benches, doggie stations, trashcans,and potable water to keep everyone happy and healthy.

(541) 492-6730
Sutherlin – Sutherlin Dog Park
Edgewood Blvd, Sutherlin, OR
97479

This dog park is run and operated by Sutherlin Parks and Recreation Department.  Park is located just off I-5 West Central exit at the southeast region of Hartley Park close to the corner of Edgewood Blvd and Maple Ave. This park makes a fantastic dog rest and exercise stop while traveling I-5.  Fenced, green, hilly, spacious and beautiful for dog and owner alike.  This park has separate areas for large and small dogs for maximum safety of your pet. Features include chairs, a port-a-potty restroom and lots of shade.

Sutherlin Dog Park – Facebook Page
Talent – Bark Park

This dog park is run and operated by Talent Parks and Recreation Department. Located on Talent Avenue at Evert Way, next to the police station, this park is sure to please both dog and owner. This park is located across the street from Chuck Robert’s Park on Talent Ave. Nice landscaping with trees, grass and a pathway around the park offer a positive environment for both dog and owner to exercise and watch their dogs play with other canines. A special feature of this park is a tunnel with a hill and grass for a unique experience for your dog.

(541) 535-1566