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Woodland Meadow Park

A rolling half mile loop through one of Corvallis's favorite dog-parks
Difficulty: Unknown
Length: 0.5 miles
Duration: Unknown

Overview :  This is likely the most popular dog-park in north Corvallis. It's a magnet for the after-work dogwalk crowd and can be extremely busy.... more »

Tips:  Most people never walk more than 100 yards from the parking lot, so if you need some space or there are "less trained" dogs and dog... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Regulations

Of course, as with ANY dog park, there are city regulations about what you can do and where.

2. Benches

Lots of places to sit while your dog plays and socializes... There are dog-friendly faucets as well.

3. Old Barn

This old barn is all closed up, but it's still a pretty addition to the park. There's a basketball hoop on one side too.

4. Old Oak Avenue

On the north side of the park, there is a row of huge old oaks. The path has recently been moved to keep from compacting the soil too badly underneath them, so try to follow the new gravel path.

5. Huge Apple Tree

At the corner of the park, there's a huge flowering apple tree. Underneath, the ubiquitous dog-park bag dispenser...

6. Corl House

The Corl House is a community center for northwest Corvallis. It hosts a lot of different functions, so parking can be tight on occasion.