Explore Dog-Friendly Tualatin Valley
We welcome you to travel to Tualatin Valley with your pooch. From dog-friendly lodging to wineries where Fido is welcome, this is the definitive guide to navigating the destination with your favorite four-legged friend.
Dog-Friendly Lodging: Pets Welcome Here
Tualatin Valley’s pet-friendly lodging options range from budget to boutique hotels.
Traveling with a four-legged companion can be a challenge when deciding where to lie down the dog bed for the night. Yet options abound throughout Tualatin Valley when it comes to hotels that welcome your furry companions. Read article >>>
Bring your faithful friends to wine country, where many wineries welcome pets year-round.
Tualatin Valley’s winemakers love their dogs, and many a friendly Fido can be found sniffing the terroir, welcoming visitors into the tasting room, and generally showing that a day touring the northern Willamette Valley’s wineries is a tail-wagging good time. And, as a bonus, several Tualatin Valley wineries welcome well-behaved and friendly pets. Read more >>>
Pet-Friendly Camping and Outdoor Recreation
L.L. Stub Stewart State Park offers dog-friendly camping, trails and off-leash area.
When it comes to the dog-friendly outdoors, L.L. Stub Stewart State Park is tops. This year-round, full-service state park offers tent camping, RV sites and rustic cabins (including three pet-friendly cabins in the Mountain Dale Cabin Village). Learn more >>
Many Tualatin Valley area restaurants and taprooms allow dogs on their patios or in outdoor areas. The following restaurants and taprooms are just a sampling of places where your pups are welcome.
With various locations throughout the Pacific Northwest, McMenamins welcomes dogs at most of its pubs and hotels. Here in Tualatin Valley, feel free to bring your pup to the following locations:
- Cornelius Pass Roadhouse (designated outdoor seating only)
- Cedar Hills Pub (outdoor seating)
- Greenway Pub (front patio seating)
- Ironwork Grill (side patio seating)
- Oak Hills Brewpub (outside seating)
BG’s Food Cartel
Beaverton’s very first permanent food cart pod, which opened February 2018. boasts dozens of food carts, featuring a wide variety of local food and beverage options. This dog-friendly spot features plenty of outdoor seating, and outdoor bar, and a pet relief area.
If you’re planning to travel with your pets to Oregon, Portland or to Tualatin Valley specifically, please remember that here in Tualatin Valley, you and your pets will be very welcome here.