There are so many amazing sites to see and foods to taste in Portland! But if you're only in the city for a short while, here are some must sees. See the map below for locations.
THE INTERNATIONAL ROSE TEST GARDEN
The International Rose Test Garden is a beautiful way to start your day. Pick up a coffee and take a stroll through endless beds of roses and marvel at the Portland views. Dogs are welcome! The historical garden was created in 1889, as a way to educate the public about roses. Guided tours are available for large groups, and its set within Washington Park, home to other fun activities such as the Japanese Gardens (not dog friendly).
KELLER FOUNTAIN PARK
13,000 gallons of water per minute flow through this magnificent fountain. Built in the late 1960's, it became an instant Portland landmark.
PIONEER COURTHOUSE SQUARE
Located in the center of Portland, it is known for being "Portland's Living Room". Home to visitor information and a hub for art installations and events, you'll always find something going on at the square.
KEEP PORTLAND WEIRD SIGN
The Keep Portland Weird mural on the back of Dante's Bar has become a landmark nearly instantly. Its also conveniently located across the street from Voodoo Doughnuts.
LAURELHURST DOG PARK
Take the pup for a stroll in the beautiful Laurelhurst Park, located in East Portland, enjoy the sculptures and duck pond too!
OLD TOWN PORTLAND SIGN
View the history of Old Town Portland. This sign is located right conveniently around the corner from the Keep Portland Weird sign.
Portland is home to many unique shops. Powell's Books, for example, is the largest independent bookstore in the world!
GO NUTS FOR DONUTS!
Portland maybe one of the best places to get your donut fix! Whether you be a Blue Star Donut fan or a Voodoo Doughnut fan, we say, have em both! We we're able to take our pup in his carrier (he's a small guy), but theres areas for your pup to wait outside.
FOOD CARTS GALORE!
Portland has become known for its vast array of food carts. They seem to be on every corner! You'll be impressed with the variety of food options from around the world. Many popular ones are located central to Pioneer Courthouse Square. The food carts are a perfect way to dine with your pup, on the cheap, and try a variety of cuisine.
Dog Camp City was created to help dog lovers find the areas within National Parks, Federal Parks and surrounding State Parks that are accessable with your dog.