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135 Crest Dr
Myrtle CreekOregon97457US
5.0112
55we travel quite a distance to bring the dogs here every week and about ten miles out they KNOW where we are and they’re so excited. The dogs give 10/10 woofs!
55Such a gem beautiful park great host definitely coming back
55the pups love this spot!
55I normally don’t give 5 stars to any place, but this place was amazing! It’s a model for all dog parks! It was clean, spacious, thoughtfully designed…basically everything you could need in a dog park with extra amenities for dogs like water, shade, and toys. If only we could have stayed longer or lived closer. This was a rest-stop during our roadtrip from the Bay Area to Seattle. FYI plenty of other options for humans a short drive away, like McDonald’s, gas stations, etc.
55The area was very well taken care of and cleaned up. Our two dogs had a great time running around and exploring the whole area.
55This spot just gets better! We were able to take shelter during the brief spots of rain. My low riders appreciate the well mowed grass. An excellent spot to let the girls stretch their legs on our roadtrip. They had a blast even with the bipolar weather! :) Thank you for having towels available!
55Wooohooo, lots of new balls in the toy box today. the pups were over the moon!!
55love it here!
55We have a 3yr old chocolate lab and this was the perfect spot to take him to burn some of that energy ! If you have a high energy dog and don’t have the largest yard, this is a great spot to take em . The site was very clean and well kept up . I loved that there was a covered seating area where we could snack on some food while the dogs ran around . There was also a very nice water spot for the dogs. Highly recommend this spot for any and all pups !!
55This was an unexpected surprise and we were pleasantly pleased with the cleanliness, amount of space and safety of this spot! I am a local rescue but today wanted a place to have a photographer snap some photos of my personal senior dogs and this was the most perfect (safe and contained) place! My dogs are large breeds and they enjoyed the openness and so much room to run and sniff new smells. We are excited for our area to have this and we plan to utilize this space more in the future! There was a covered area with a table, chairs, dog toys, fresh water in containers and the experience was so incredible! Only negative was that there is not a public restroom at the spot but there are places nearby so use one of those prior or after your visit and everything else is perfection!
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Grace Dog Park in Myrtle Creek

Myrtle Creek, Oregon
Fully Fenced
1 acre
5.0112 reviews
Top spot
Sniffpass
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Hosted by Glenn S.

Fencing

Enclosure

Fully Fenced

Fencing height (at lowest point)

5 ft

100% of guests said fencing at this spot was secure enough to contain their dogs

Gaps or holes in fence: No gaps

Fencing details: Brand new non-climb horse fencing around entire perimeter.


Designed for private play
Only the people and dogs in your booking are allowed in the spot during your visit.

Distractions seen/heard from the spot

Other dogsSometimes

Other domestic animalsNo

Other peopleSometimes

Private entryYes


Amenities

Field

Dog drinking water

Chairs

Dog toys

Rain shelter / sun shade

Trash can


Pricing
$10 per dog per hour

50% off all dogs after the 1st dog

25% off hourly price for 30 min visit

Sniffpass holders get discounts on all bookings at all spots by buying monthly credits!
This spot offers additional discounts.

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Location

Myrtle Creek, Oregon

Description

Welcome! First-time guests receive a $5 discount with the coupon code "TRYTHESPOT24". Conveniently located less than one mile off Interstate-5 at exit 103. This exit features a gas station, Grocery Outlet, Tesla charging stations, McDonald’s, Tractor Supply (dog toys!), A&W, a donut shop, Dollar Tree, and more. This approximately one-acre park is fully fenced with brand new 5’ tall non-climb wire fencing. There are two gates for access: a walk-through gate if you choose to park on the wide gravel shoulder along the road, and a drive-through gate which allows you to bring your vehicle inside the park onto a large gravel parking area to unload your furry friends. Inside the park you will find a gently sloped grassy field with some nice flat areas also. There is a brand-new 12'x14' covered shelter to keep you out of the rain or hot sun. We have also installed a real, vintage fire hydrant for your dog’s “enjoyment”. Some rock wall terraces about 2’ to 3’ tall can be used for sitting, and for your larger breed dogs to jump up and down on. There are Adirondack chairs and a large wooden picnic table for the humans as well as the dogs (our Lab loves to jump up on top and take in the view). A water hydrant provides fresh water from our local municipal water source, Tri City Water, and you will find water pails for every size of dog. Nearby is a mailbox with doo doo bags, hand sanitizer, wet wipes, and paper towels. You will also find two wooden crates: one filled with an assortment of toys, and the other provides a nice stick library for your pooch to choose from. Please note: both gates open inwards into the park. Seven or eight months out of the year you will find green grass (and weeds), in the summer months it will be dry dormant grass. The park is always kept mowed and there will be no tall grass or weedy areas. We do not spray any herbicides or pesticides of any kind inside the park or along the fence lines. This park does not share a fence line with any other properties and there is a wide perimeter around the park on three sides. The fourth side is along Crest Drive, a medium trafficked residential road. There are some neighboring small dogs along the back line that will say hello now and then, but there is a 80’ buffer between the fence lines on this side. We respect your privacy while using the park, and even though we would love to come over and play with every dog visitor and say hello to their humans, we will only meet you by specific request. Generally the park is available to book during daylight hours, but there is some flexibility for your special requests. There is a nice light right across the street that lights up much of the park nicely at night. If you choose to park your vehicle inside the park, please open the gate slowly so that it doesn’t swing against the post too quickly. Both gates have combination locks on them. The current code will be provided upon scheduling your visit. This is a non-smoking park. Alcoholic beverages and drug use are also not allowed in the park. Please do not play loud music in the park. If you are ever unsatisfied with your visit for any reason, we will gladly contact Sniffspot and request a refund. We are appreciate your visits and are happy to share this space with you and your dogs. If you have questions about your booking of visit please call 541-530-3922. Thank you for choosing the Grace Park Sniffspot!

Cleanliness

100% of guests said this spot was as clean as expected during their visit.

Hazards

Two to three foot tall terraced rock wall may be a large jump for smaller breeds.

Host Rules

Minimum visit length
30 minutes
Max dogs per booking
20
Is the host present?
I generally do not meet my guests

Community safety rules
Dogs must be leashed when entering and exiting the spot.
Make sure the area is safe and secure before bringing your dog in.
Never enter a spot before your booking start time and never leave late.
Pick up after your dogs. Leave the spot as it was when you arrived.
Always review and abide by spot specific rules.
Unless otherwise stated, restrooms are not available on site.

Booking Policies

Booking Policies
Only one booking is allowed at a time at any spot and there is an enforced 30 min buffer between all bookings to ensure dogs in separate bookings do not meet.
This spot is set for Booking, which means you will be instantly confirmed for any booking you request. You will receive the address and access instruction immediately following booking.
Visits can be moved or cancelled up to 2 hours before a visit.
Visits can be extended and dogs can be added throughout the visit.

(112) Reviews

  • Marilyn S., May 15, 2024

    we travel quite a distance to bring the dogs here every week and about ten miles out they KNOW where we are and they’re so excited. The dogs give 10/10 woofs!

  • Mike P., May 13, 2024

    Such a gem beautiful park great host definitely coming back

  • Marilyn S., May 10, 2024

    the pups love this spot!

  • cindy w., May 3, 2024

    I normally don’t give 5 stars to any place, but this place was amazing! It’s a model for all dog parks! It was clean, spacious, thoughtfully designed…basically everything you could need in a dog park with extra amenities for dogs like water, shade, and toys. If only we could have stayed longer or lived closer. This was a rest-stop during our roadtrip from the Bay Area to Seattle. FYI plenty of other options for humans a short drive away, like McDonald’s, gas stations, etc.

  • Evan P., May 1, 2024

    The area was very well taken care of and cleaned up. Our two dogs had a great time running around and exploring the whole area.

  • Ally F., Apr 29, 2024

    This spot just gets better! We were able to take shelter during the brief spots of rain. My low riders appreciate the well mowed grass. An excellent spot to let the girls stretch their legs on our roadtrip. They had a blast even with the bipolar weather! :) Thank you for having towels available!

  • Marilyn S., Apr 28, 2024

    Wooohooo, lots of new balls in the toy box today. the pups were over the moon!!

  • Marilyn S., Apr 26, 2024

    love it here!

  • Korryn R., Apr 24, 2024

    We have a 3yr old chocolate lab and this was the perfect spot to take him to burn some of that energy ! If you have a high energy dog and don’t have the largest yard, this is a great spot to take em . The site was very clean and well kept up . I loved that there was a covered seating area where we could snack on some food while the dogs ran around . There was also a very nice water spot for the dogs. Highly recommend this spot for any and all pups !!

  • Donna C., Apr 21, 2024

    This was an unexpected surprise and we were pleasantly pleased with the cleanliness, amount of space and safety of this spot! I am a local rescue but today wanted a place to have a photographer snap some photos of my personal senior dogs and this was the most perfect (safe and contained) place! My dogs are large breeds and they enjoyed the openness and so much room to run and sniff new smells. We are excited for our area to have this and we plan to utilize this space more in the future! There was a covered area with a table, chairs, dog toys, fresh water in containers and the experience was so incredible! Only negative was that there is not a public restroom at the spot but there are places nearby so use one of those prior or after your visit and everything else is perfection!

Meet your host

Glenn S.

Joined in April 2023

My name is Glenn. My wife and I love all dogs (and other creatures). We are excited to be able to share this beautiful area with you and your dogs.


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Updated 1/2024 HAPPY NEW YEAR! I hope you find whatever you are seeking for your new year's goals. I want to thank you all for visiting and often returning! And for your patience as I have cleaned up the property, tried to make it usable and comfortable for your visits. I am welcome to ideas, suggestions, requests. As we go in to the colder, wetter months, the seasonal creek will be flowing soon. I will add more towels in the closet, feel free to use them! The elk have made several appearances which made for an exciting visit for some guests! I have rotated the horses through as the grass has been coming up and will continue to do so as needed. ** Remember, if the calendar is closed, you are welcome to send me a message. I may only need to quickly move the horses back for your visit ** Some plans I have in the works for this coming year is a few more trees to put in the pastures, I will add another bench for an option in the front field directly behind the barn. I am trying to figure out how to fence and secure the far back pasture that goes down into the ravine, although so far it has not posed any issues that I am aware of. We are continuing to add gravel and cleaning up around the barn, including fencing around the backyard area that sits in front of the barn. Feel free to use the tables, the swing, whatever is out there. I have a few yard games (corn hole, croquette etc) I am happy to put out. My bigger projects are finishing my “little library” cabinet, and I am hoping by the end of Summer to have a SELF SERVE DOG WASH WITH A BLOW DRYER! I am always open to suggestions, ideas and whatever else. I appreciate all that have visited and look forward to making new friends in this coming year. More gravel will be added as we dry out to make parking a little easier. Kerri and all my farm family! * Just a reminder that it is always flea and tick season. We do not treat the pastures with any spray so be mindful about using whatever treatment your vet recommends. * This is first and foremost my horses supplemental feed supply now that the grass is coming on. That means the horses will be over there more often. And that means extra "sensory obstacles" aka piles of horse poo .. I do drag my fields as time allows. But that is in short supply these days and usually doesn't happen until closer to the fall.

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