Unleash Adventure: Discovering the Best Dog Parks in Washington County!

Dated: February 25 2024

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Puppy Love in Washington County by Maryann Spady

Picture this: the sun shining, a gentle breeze rustling through the trees, and your furry friend's tail wagging with excitement as you arrive at their favorite dog park. But with so many options available, how do you choose the perfect spot for you and your canine companion? Not to worry, I’ve got you covered as we explore five fantastic dog parks in the Washington County area, each offering a unique array of benefits for you and your furry friend.

Are you seeking a spacious park where your dog can roam free and make new friends? Look no further than Hondo Dog Park. Spanning almost 4 acres, this park offers a large mixed-size dog play area, a dedicated space for small or timid dogs, and even a special winter use area for year-round enjoyment. Named in honor of a true hero, Hillsboro Police K9 Dog Officer "Hondo," this park is a testament to bravery and devotion.

Stroll through Cornel Creek Park & Dog Park, this hidden gem is nestled in the Orenco Station neighborhood. With two outdoor game areas, including a bocce ball court, a ping-pong table, and a spacious fenced off-leash dog area, there's something for everyone to enjoy here.

Now, let's venture to Ash Avenue Dog Park, a small yet charming park located in downtown Tigard. Complete with a wood fiber surface for romping and playing, perimeter fencing, and even a hose for washing off paws and shoes, this park is perfect for a quick and convenient playdate with your pup.

Step into Hazeldale Park and Dog Park, where adventure awaits amidst 11 acres of greenery and recreation. With an off-leash dog area generously provided by the Presbytery of the Cascades Church, as well as fascinating sculptures by artist Stacy Levy, this park offers both afun and artistic inspiration.

Transition to Summerlake Dog Park, a beautifully landscaped oasis where dogs can frolic and play to their heart's content. With amenities such as double-gated entry, drinking water faucets, and a shelter for shade, this park ensures a comfortable and enjoyable experience for you and your furry friend.

Then, head to Sherwood Dog Park, where Snyder Park has been dedicated to our four-legged friends. With segmented sections for small and large dogs, as well as ample supplies of dog waste bags and water, this park prioritizes safety and convenience for all visitors.

I hope you enjoyed learning about these delightful dog parks in the Washington County area, each offering its own unique blend of benefits for you and your furry friend. Whether you're seeking space to run and play, socialization opportunities, or simply a peaceful nature retreat, there's a park here to suit every dog owner's needs. So leash up your pup and get ready for a tail-wagging adventure unlike any other!

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Maryann Spady

In 1993, after earning my AA in Office Systems Technology from the Oregon Institute of Technology, I found myself unexpectedly drawn into the world of real estate. Although I initially set my sights o....

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