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Dog Parks and Off Leash Dog Areas
Please refer to https://www.ci.oswego.or.us/parksrec/lopr-covid-19-update for specific info regarding closures or adjusted operations due to COVID-19.
The City of Lake Oswego has two Dog Parks and two designated Off-Leash Areas.
Hazelia Dog Park: 17800 Stafford Road
The Hazelia Dog Park is separated into two areas for our canine friends.
The northern most area is for timid and shy dogs. The larger area adjacent to the parking lot is for more outgoing dogs.
Hazelia Dog Park is open for play every day of the year from 6 a.m. - 10 p.m.
West Waluga Dog Park: 15775 Waluga Drive
The West Waluga Dog Park was built in spring of 2018 in cooperation with the Maintenance Board of the Oregon Parks & Recreation Association. Several Parks Maintenance employees from various agencies throughout the state assisted in it construction.
West Waluga Dog Park is open for play every day of the year from 6 a.m. -10 p.m.
An off-leash dog area or dog park provides a safe and enjoyable recreational experience to dog owners/handlers and their dogs while not impacting other park visitors or the environment. Local dogs and their owners are invited to enjoy the designated off-leash dog areas (OLA) at the following parks:
- Pilkington Park, 19043 Pilkington - open area, no fencing.
- McNary Park - open space, no fencing.
Look for posted OLA rules at each location. Open every day from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
- All dogs must be kept on-leash except in areas designated by sign as “off-leash” and must be under control by owner/keeper at all times on all Park Property.
- Owners or keepers must promptly remove excrement or other solid waste deposited by the animal.
- All dogs on Park Property must be licensed and current in vaccinations.
- Dogs are not allowed on Athletic Fields unless authorized by the Parks & Rec Department Director.