Dog-Friendly Fun - Explore Wilsonville
ExploreDog-Friendly Fun

Dog-Friendly Fun

Traveling with pets? Stay in Wilsonville to discover a variety of dog-friendly (and fun!) destinations that’ll make your fall trip–and theirs–more enjoyable. From parks to lodging, find ideas to help you plan your visit.


  • Doggie scrambled eggs
  • Pet-friendly yurts
  • Off-leash dog park
  • Fido approved happy hour

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Fat Milo’s Family Kitchen

Visit Fat Milo’s in neighboring Canby for a hearty breakfast with an emphasis on local ingredients. Seating is available on the covered back patio for parties with pets. Water bowls are always on the ready, and they’ll even bring your pup a plate of scrambled eggs (with your permission, of course!).

Champoeg State Park

With fishing, wildlife watching, cycling paths, hiking trails, local history and disc golf, there’s lots to enjoy at Champoeg State Heritage Area and Park. Here, dogs can walk anywhere humans can, but make sure to keep your furry pal on a leash at all times. Reserve one of the park’s pet-friendly yurts to get a little fresh air for you and your pup.

Two men hanging outside while drinking wine
A couple on a bench toasting beer

Memorial Park

With an extensive trail system, a skate park, disc golf, views of Willamette River and dozens of athletic fields (including pickleball and sand volleyball), Memorial Park is a go-to in Wilsonville. Discover Wilsonville’s only dog park and off-leash area to let your dog burn off some energy.

Vanguard Brewing

Dogs like happy hour too! After a long day of adventuring, hit the cool patio at Vanguard Brewing. Featuring a well-stocked taproom and a community-centric beer garden, you’ll find it easy to unwind over a few locally crafted brews. Ages 21+ welcome.

Trip Tips

Going on a trip with your furry pal can be a lot of fun during the fall months, but it’s important to be prepared. Always call ahead to make sure that businesses welcome dogs. In addition to camping, Wilsonville offers a variety of pet-friendly hotels. If you need extra kibble or treats during your stay, check out Nature’s Pet Market.