Keizer Rapids Dog Park

Keizer, Oregon

by Anne-Marie Smith
keizer rapids dog park

Keizer Rapids Dog Park is a huge and scenic park in Keizer, Oregon. On its more than 100 acres, there is plenty of room for all types of dogs to run around. Whether your dog is large or little, there are separate spaces for small and large dogs. This protects little or shy dogs from larger or more aggressive dogs. Allow your dog to go around the park to exercise stiff joint muscles while staying fit.

About Keizer Rapids Dog Park

There is thick, lush grass in both park surrounds, which is beautifully kept in both places. In addition to grass, the main enclosure has a sanded section. In case of heavy rain, which is typical for the area, especially in winter, covered shelters are accessible at both locations. Visitors will find it easy to access the Keizer Rapids Dog Park because it is located near the parking lot. A supply of poop bags can be found in the enclosure.

You can also use the trash can outside of the enclosure. It is suggested that you bring a large bag for carrying your used bags. The dog park has a few benches, picnic tables and a small kitchen area. However, it is not allowed to be used for food or glass containers. For the convenience of smaller dogs, the small dog enclosure has miniature fire hydrants that are not operational.

Additional Park Features

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Off-Leash freedom is loved by all dogs in the dog park of Keizer Rapids Park. In all areas of Keizer Rapids Dog Park, dogs are permitted if they are kept under control. In the late winter and early spring, authorities advise keeping puppies away from the river, which has a powerful current.

Both small and large dogs love the chance to play in the fenced dog park. There are separate areas for large and small dogs. You should bring lots of water. There are two gates in the park – one at the northern end and one at the southern end. This is the location of the parking lot.

Location and Hours

Park Amenities

  • Disc Golf
  • Paths
  • Playground
  • Volleyball
  • Walking
  • Benches
  • Drinking Water
  • Picnic Tables
  • Shelter

Nearby Attractions

  • In & Out Burger
  • Chipotle
  • Outback
  • Jamba Juice
  • Lowes
  • Staples
  • Target

Park Rules

  • Pick up your dog’s waste and dispose of it properly.
  • Carry a leash for each dog you own, and keep your dog on a leash when you’re not in the off-leash area.
  • Keep a close eye on small children. An adult must supervise children under the age of 12.
  • Accept full legal responsibility for any damage or injury your dog may cause.
  • Stay in the off-leash area to keep an eye on your dog and keep him under verbal control at all times.
  • To avoid injury, remove pinch, choke, and spiked collars when playing off-leash.
  • A dog in heat should not be brought to the off-leash area.
  • Do not bring a puppy to the off-leash area unless it has completed its vaccination cycle.
  • Always keep an eye on your dog. Dogs that have been abandoned will be impounded.
  • There will be no food (including dog treats) or alcohol allowed in the area.
  • All other park rules must be followed.
  • On Parks & Recreation property, all tobacco products and vaping are prohibited.

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