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THPRD's 200+ park sites, 90 of them with recreational amenities, offer an abundance of opportunities for the community to exercise their dogs. For the protection of wildlife, pets are not allowed within the Tualatin Hills Nature Park or Cooper Mountain Nature Park. All dogs are required to be on leash and under control by their owners while visiting park district property.
THPRD's dog parks are open dawn to dusk, seven days a week. Note: the parks at Winkelman and PCC have grass enclosures that close during winter months; the all-season areas remain open year-round at both locations.
To ensure that our parks are sanitary as well as safe, we require that patrons remove any solid waste contributed by their dog(s).
This 1.7-acre off-leash area opened in September 2013.
The park includes a small dog paddock, a winter paddock with wood chips for use during the wet season, and a large, sloped area. Only the winter paddock is open year-round, with the remaining areas open approximately March 1 to Nov. 1 each year.
The site includes benches, a water fountain, a concrete entry and a chain link fence. Parking spots have been designated for dog park users.
To review a listing of other great THPRD parks where you can walk your dogs, click here. For more information on THPRD dog parks, contact Keith Watson at email@example.com.
Help keep our parks clean and safe
To keep parks clean, safe and sanitary, we ask that all patrons abide by the following THPRD rules and regulations regarding dogs:
THPRD may post the exclusion of domestic animals from designated park sites during special events, when overcrowding or activities appear to limit the enjoyment or safety of others.
Dogs are prohibited in park areas designated as no-dog areas, except guide dogs per ORS 346.
A dog brought into or kept in other park areas shall be on a leash not more than 8 feet in length, or confined in a vehicle, and must be kept under control at all times.
Dog owners are responsible for the immediate removal of all solid waste deposited on any park property.
Dog waste disposal bags can be found on the rules and regulations posts at most THPRD parks. If you have any questions regarding the doggie bags, please call the THPRD Maintenance Operations office at 503-629-6360.