Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District has three off-leash dog areas to serve the needs of our four-legged friends (and their people, too). THPRD's dog parks are open dawn to dusk, seven days a week.
To ensure that our parks are sanitary as well as safe, we require that patrons remove any solid waste deposited by their dogs.
The designated off-leash dog area at Aloha's Hazeldale Dog Park is the district's oldest dog park. It is located at SW 192nd and Prospect Place, at the south end of the park.
The fenced-in park spans two acres, and is divided into sections for large, medium and small dogs. Amenities include benches, disposal bags and a water fountain. The surface is grass and dirt.
The Hazeldale Dog Park is the site of numerous canine-oriented events. Dates and times of these events will be posted on this page.
Hazeldale Dog Park is maintained by THPRD and run by volunteers. To contact the volunteer group that runs the dog park, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
With questions or concerns regarding the doggie bags, please call the THPRD Maintenance Operations office at 503/629-6360.
Established in 2013, the Winkelman Park site, on the east slope of Aloha's Cooper Mountain, features a two-acre dog park adjacent a multi-purpose youth athletic field.
Eventually, THPRD will add a community garden, sheltered picnic seating, play areas, and more at the site, which is located at 10139 SW 175th Ave.
The park includes an all-season area, as well as separate fenced areas for large and small dogs. [Note: Large dog area closes for winter on 11/3]. Amenities include an agility area, with jump walls and weave poles. A paw wash and pet drinking fountain also is provided.
PCC Rock Creek
The new 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 April 1 to Nov. 1 each year.
The site includes benches, a water fountain, a concrete entry and a chain link fence.
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:
- 10.4 - 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.
- 10.4.a - Dogs are prohibited in park areas designated as no-dog areas, except guide dogs per ORS 346.
- 10.4.b - 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.
- 10.4.c - 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.
This page was last updated on Wednesday October 29 2014 at 4:04 PM.