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Old 02-27-2014, 07:00 AM   #21
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For the most part, the Oregon State Park System is dog friendly. They even provide poop bags. One Oregon park that is not... is Silver Falls State Park, no dogs allowed on the trail system to the water falls of which there are a ton!
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Old 02-27-2014, 08:16 AM   #22
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Old 02-27-2014, 10:19 AM   #23
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For the most part, the Oregon State Park System is dog friendly. They even provide poop bags. One Oregon park that is not... is Silver Falls State Park, no dogs allowed on the trail system to the water falls of which there are a ton!
Oregon is certainly more forward thinking than California when it comes to traveling with pets. One site in CA advertises "pets are welcome"; however, they can't be on the trails, on the beach nor can you leave them unattended at the campsite or in your RV! In other words, you can bring your pet, but you can't do anything but sit at the campsite with them.
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Oregon is certainly more forward thinking than California when it comes to traveling with pets. One site in CA advertises "pets are welcome"; however, they can't be on the trails, on the beach nor can you leave them unattended at the campsite or in your RV! In other words, you can bring your pet, but you can't do anything but sit at the campsite with them.
Now you got me doubting the immortal line from the ballad of Jed Clampett..

"California is the place you ought be"

Maybe there were special exceptions for Duke in Beverly Hills
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My little cocker spaniel sleeps on the bed and keeps my feet warm.:>
Was in Oregon coast last Sep. and the state parks that I stayed in allowed dogs anywhere.
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Old 03-06-2014, 04:36 PM   #26
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anyplace they want…..we have Franklin, a 85# black lab and Hershey, a 45# chocolate lab, both rescues and one is disabled. I have 2 dog beds I lay down on the floor.
Now if that last sentence had a comma strategically placed, it would sound like the dogs each have a bed, and you sleep on the floor. Or, DID you forget the comma?
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