100% of our Net Proceeds goes to the Oregon Humane Society
Our goal is to raise funds for the Oregon Humane Society so,
we encourage a $10 donation to OHS at sign in.
- 10:00am Event Opens - Stop by the OHS tent to sign-in and drop off your donation.
- 11:00am Costume Contest – the audience will select a winner,
- 2020 Categories: TBD
- Dynamic Duo - Owner & Corgi Themed
- Any Thing Goes
- Various Corgi themed items. You can purchase Beach Day merchandise in advance of the event at http://www.portlandcorgi.com/Shop.php
Share photos/videos: #OregonCorgiBeachDay2020
- Bring cash/credit for merchandise, donations, raffle tickets and/or silent auction items.
- Bring supplies for you and your pet (Poo-bags, beach toys, towels, sunscreen, swim/safety gear, water bowls, dog leashes, and/or playpens).
- Food and Beverages will not be available/sold at the event. Plan to bring or buy food locally and bring lots of water for you and your dogs.
- Public restrooms are 3 blocks away from the beach at the nearest access point (2nd Street). Porta-Potties and a dumpster will be available off the 1st Street access.
- Pack-in/out challenges for the closest beach access points: 1st Street has a steep sandy slope and 2nd street has stairs.
- Plan to pack out everything you pack in, including pet waste and trash. A dumpster will be available off the 1st Street access.
PET PARENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SAFETY AND CONDUCT OF THEIR PETS. PET WASTE REMOVAL IS REQUIRED.
- “Direct Control "means that the animal is within the unobstructed sight of the handler and responds to voice commands or other methods of control.
- Domestic animal handlers must promptly leash animals at the request or order of a park employee and/or event coordinators.
- Handlers must prevent their animals from harassing people, wildlife and other domestic animals.
- Animals may not be hitched or confined in a manner that my cause damage to any natural resources on the ocean shore.
- Handlers are responsible for the removal of the animal’s waste while in the ocean shores state recreation area.