The Sandy River Delta is a multi-use area!
Expect to see dogs, horses, runners, cyclists, bird watchers, and other recreational users.
Off-leash dogs are allowed on all trails with the exceptions defined below.
Be responsible for the behavior of your animals, and consider the special privilege it is to have the Delta as a recreational site.
•Respect the Delta wildlife and naturescape.
•Respect all boundary markers
•Keep the Delta clean
•Be watchful of children
•Do not approach horses or dogs without the owners permission
•Leash dogs in the parking lot, within 100 feet of the Confluence Trail, and near the Bird Blind.
•Carry one leash per dog.
•Use bags and trash receptacles provided (do not leave bags along trails)
•Have off-leash dogs in sight and under voice control at all times.
•Respect those not wanting to interact with your dog. If requested, call your dog to sit-stay, or leash if necessary.
•Do not let your dogs dig in the meadows.
•Alert other users when approaching.
•Allow adequate time and room to prepare for passing.
•Pass others at a walk.
•Offer advice when others are unsure of what to do.
•If riding with dogs, obey leash requirements
•Pick up manure and hay in parking lot.
•Scatter horse manure away from footpath.
•Horses on the confluence trail should use the side of trail off the gravel.
For minor conflict or injuries, please exchange information and work the issue out between the involved parties.
If you feel the Friends of the Sandy River Delta should be notified, please see the Contact Us page.
For emergencies, or situations requiring law enforcement, call 911