One of the best things about living in the Portland metro area is that people love their furry four legged family members. They love taking them places, and getting them out to the dog park for some exercise. Here are a four dog parks that are a part of the Tualitan Hills Parks and Recreation.
Hazeldale Park –
This dog park is located off of 192nd and Prospect. It is two acres in size with three different sections depending on the size of the dog – large, medium and small. It consists of grass, dirt and wood chips with benches, disposable bags and a water fountain.
Winkleman Park –
This dog park is located on the east slope of Cooper Mountain (beautiful) at 10139 SW 175th. It is two acres in size and is adjacent to a multi-purpose youth athletic field. It has an all season area perfect for those rainy Oregon winters as well as a separate fenced off area for both large and small dogs. The all season area is open year around while the rest of the park is open from around April 1st to November 1st. It consists of an agility area, jump wall, weave poles, paw wash station and pet drinking fountains.
PCC Rock Creek –
This 1.7 acre dog park consists of a small dog paddock as well as a winter paddock with wood chips with a large sloped area. The winter paddock is open year round. Amenities include a water fountain, concrete entry, chain link fence as well as designated parking spots for dog park users.
Schiffer Park Dog Run –
Unlike a traditional dog park this park is an actual dog run. This means that it has areas that are dedicated to exercise and socialization off leash. It also has less amenities as a traditional dog park because it is designed to serve a local neighborhood. Schiffer Park Dog Run is 10,000 sq. ft. with a four foot high chain link fence. It has a bag dispenser, grass and wood chips.