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Pet Friendly Grants Pass

Published March 13th, 2011 in Redwood Hyperion Blog, Travel |


As a loving pet parent we know how hard it can be to leave an important member of the family behind when you travel. There is no need to fret if your destination is Grants Pass, OR. Here’s a list of our favorite things to do when we travel through Grants Pass with our four legged companion.

5. Clean things up at the self service dog wash

Dogs of all sizes can make use of the Soggy Dog Self Service Dog Wash. A self-serve dog wash facility offering dog grooming services and supplies to the Grants Pass, OR area. They have all the stuff you need to give your dog a good scrub down. A professional groomer is always present to assist you or take over the dog wash completely.

4. Take a shopping trip to the pet store

Dogs on a leash are welcome at the Mini Pet Mart on 6th Street. Take your canine companion shopping. You’ll find they have a full line of pet foods and supplies. Pick up a new toy or stock up on your favorite treats. Family owned and operated since 1978 stop in and check it out. Let their knowledgeable staff take care of both you and your pet.

3. Run around at the dog park

Head over to Schroeder Park. Your leashed pet is welcome in most areas of the 24.0 acre park located along the Rogue River. In addition to a tennis court, basketball court and baseball field Schroeder Park now has a Dog Park. Enjoy some off-the-leash fun with your pet inside the new Dog Park. $2 Day Use Pass is required to visit this Josephine County Park.

2. Take your dog with you down the Rogue River

We never miss our annual Rogue River rafting trip with our friends Ferron and Pupeye from Ferron’s Fun Trips. Float down the Rogue River and enjoy the beautiful scenery of Southern Oregon. Pupeye is always happy to have company so your pet doesn’t have to be left behind. They’ll provide both you and your pet with all the equipment you need to stay afloat.

1. Stay in the best pet friendly room in Southern Oregon

If you travel with your pet often then you already know, in most hotels the pet rooms are usually the worst rooms in the place. Not at the Redwood Hyperion Suites. We had your pet in mind when we designed our Pet Friendly Rooms which feature tiled floors that are always clean and sanitary. You can read more about our Pet Friendly rooms here.