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Dogs on Oregon Beaches

Most Oregon Beaches allow dogs if they are on a 6 foot or shorter leash and a few allow dogs without leashes.

Check the beach laws where you are, you will find signs at most beach entrances. Be sure to clean up after your pet and keep our beaches dog friendly.

Oregon State Parks and Beaches
Dogs are allowed on the beaches. Beaches that are within the boundaries of an Oregon state park must have all pets on a leash not more than six feet long and kept under physical control at all times.

On Beaches outside of the boundaries of an Oregon state park, Ocean Shore rules apply. Ocean Shore OAR 736-21-0070 states "the owner of any dog, cat, or other animal brought into or kept in the ocean shore recreation area shall be responsible for the animal's behavior and physical control while in the ocean shore recreation area." Leashes are not specifically required, but physical control must be maintained.

Where beaches have been designated Western Snowy Plover nesting sites or wildlife habitat areas, all beach pedestrians must stay on the wet sand and all pets must remain on a six foot leash and kept under physical control. Pet control in wildlife habitat areas apply to both Oregon State Park and Ocean Shore areas. Designated areas are well signed to warn beach visitors of wildlife habitat areas.

CANNON BEACH

Arcadia Beach State Recreation Site
3 miles south of Cannon Beach. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed on the beach.

City of Cannon Beach
Dogs are allowed on the beach, as long as they are on a leash or under voice control of the owner.

Ecola State Park
2 miles north of Cannon Beach. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed on the beach.

Hug Point State Recreation Site
5 miles south of Cannon Beach. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed on the beach.

MANZANITA

Nehalem Bay State Park
3 miles south of Manzanita Junction. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed on the beach.

Oswald West State Park
10 mile south of Cannon Beach. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed on the beach.

LINCOLN CITY

D River State Recreation Site
US 101, Lincoln City. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed on the beach.

Roads End State Recreation Site
1 miles north of Lincoln City. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed on the beach.

DEPOE BAY

Fogarty Creek State Recreation Area
2 miles north of Depoe Bay. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed on the beach.

FLORENCE

Carl G. Washburne Memorial State Park
14 miles north of Florence. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed on the beach.

Heceta Head Lighthouse State Scenic Viewpoint
13 miles north of Florence. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed on the beach.

GOLD BEACH

Pistol River State Scenic Viewpoint
11 miles south of Gold Beach. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed on the beach.

COOS BAY

Sunset Bay State Park
12 miles southwest of Coos Bay. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed on the beach.

BANDON

Bullards Beach State Park
2 miles north of Bandon. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed on the beach.

BROOKINGS

Harris Beach State Park
North side of Brookings. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feets are allowed on the beach.

McVay Rock State Recreation Site
Highway 101 south of Brookings. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed on the beach.

Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor
4 miles north of Brookings. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed on the beach.


Brewer's Memorial Ale Fest - Newport, Oregon
Newport

rogue-alesDog's, Microbrew & Music

May 17-19 2013

Why a brew festival for dogs?

Why not? The festival was created in memory of Brewer, the faithful companion of Rogue Brewmaster John Maier, who passed away on May 20th, 2006. Brewer grew up in the brewery and eventually rose to the rank of CEO of Rogue Ales. Brewer was, is, an integral part of the Rogue Culture and we miss him dearly. Nobody would have enjoyed a brew festival for dogs more so than Brewer.

It is in his honor that for two days a year we welcome dogs and their human companions to our brewery and celebrate with the best microbrew, music, and food that also benefits the Oregon Humane Society and other dog charities. Join us!

 

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