Bend, Oregon


Out and about with your little bow-wow in Bend in Oregon but don’t have any idea what to do or where to go?

 Don’t get in a flap!

We dig in some of the famous places and activities in Bend that you can revel on with your fur baby.

 Things to do in Bend, Oregon with your Dog

Central Oregon’s biggest city and gateway to various outdoors, Bend has many dog-friendly attractions for you and your pup to enjoy.

  • It’s All About the Trails

True to its tag, Bend has plenty of trails to hike and explore with your adorable four-legged munchkin.

  • Metolius River Trail

 Location: NF-1420/400, Bend, OR, US, 97707

 Absolutely gorgeous!

That is one thing to describe this 12-mile hike trail in “Deschutes National Forest,” which will take you and your paw about six hours to finish.

  • Todd Lake Trail

 Location: NF-370 & Todd Lake Rd, Bend, OR, US, 97701

 It’s a moderately easy hike for your fur baby with its 5.6-mile trail that will only take about four hours to finish.

  • Deschutes River Trail

 Location: SW Century Dr & Golf Village Loop, Bend, OR, US, 97702

Beautiful trail!

 Another easy hike is the “Deschutes River Trail” with an 8.5-mile trail, which will take around five hours to finish with your pooch.

  • Pine Nursery Loop Trail

 Location: 3750 NE Purcell Blvd, Bend, OR, US, 97701

 Picked by some hikers as the best trail in Bend, “Pine Nursery Loop Trail” is an all-purpose trail that’s a perfect place to walk with your fur baby.

  • Smith Rock State Park

 Location: 9241 NE Crooked River Dr, Terrebonne, OR, US, 97760

 You and your cutie pooch can explore the 650-acre ground that this park boasts.

  • Big Sky Park

 Location: 21690 Neff Rd, Bend, OR, US, 97701

 Aside from the breathtaking view and the off-leash, fully-fenced dog park, it also has walking trails.

  • Deschutes National Forest

 Location: 63095 Deschutes Market Road, Bend, OR, US, 97701

 The largest majority of the forest is an off-leash area with 1,200-mile trails to hike and marvel with your pup.

  • Green Lakes to Soda Creek Trail

 Location: Fall Creek & Cascade Lakes Hwy, Bend, OR, US, 97701

 A moderately easy hike with a 12-mile trail in “Three Sisters Wilderness,” which will take you and your dog about seven hours to finish, is this grandiose “Green Lakes to Soda Creek Trail.

 All of the mentioned attractions above have streams, rivers, lakes, and alike that you can let your pooch splish and splash to cool down.

  • It’s a Fun Trail with a Twist
  • Bend Ale Trail

 Location: 835 NW Bond Street, Bend, OR, US, 97703

 Get your passport stamped at every dog-friendly brewery and receive a treat at the “Bend Visitor Center.”

 It’s More Than Outdoor Adventure

 Have some fun in the snow or kayaking.

 The Dog Park at Mt. Bachelor

 Location: 13000 SW Century Dr, Bend, OR, US, 97702

 Wanoga Snow Play Area

 Location: Cascade Lakes National Scenic Byway, Bend, OR, US, 97701

 Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe

 Location: 805 SW Industrial Way, Suite 6, Bend, OR, US, 97702

 Other than the popular mentioned attractions above, Bend in Oregon also boasts several parks for pups.

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