The city of Filer, located in the south-central part of the state of Idaho, and just north of the Wyoming state line, is touted as one of Idaho’s safest places to live. Filer is welcoming to visitors and dogs alike, and offers lots of small-town charm! This community is just west of the larger city of Twin Falls, where many people commute to work. For any needs your pup might have, look no further than the LaRue Veterinary Clinic in Filer, ready to keep your pawtastic friend in tip-top condition!
For some outdoor fun with pup, head to the downtown area where you can enjoy the Filer Community Park and Pool. There is open space for you both to roam, and playground equipment for the kiddies. Sports courts, restrooms and drinking fountains are also on-site. If you fancy fishing, head to the Filer Fishing Pond. This small, but fully stocked pond is perfect for throwing in a line and showing off your skills to your fur-ever friend. Either location is perfect for sharing a picnic together. Please keep Fido on leash at both locations and clean up after him.
Filer is a fantastic city for enjoying a fun day with your friend.
The Bosero Estates neighborhood, in the city of Twin Falls, east of Filer, offers the dog-friendly Rock Creek Park. There are hiking and walking trails which are paved and are suitable for all skill and energy levels. A disc golf course is on site, as well as sports courts and a kiddie playground. Be sure to bring some food and relax in the shade of the picnic pavilion. There are even two fire rings where you can toast some smores! This 12-acre park is also the place to fish in the neighborhood! Restrooms are provided, as well as drinking fountains.
Check out Baxter’s Dog Park in the Washington and Falls neighborhood of the city of Twin Falls, east of Filer. This converted sports field has a separate socialization area for pups to get to know each other before entering the large, landscaped grounds for them to play together! Restrooms are on site! Or try the Harry Barry Park with 3 acres full of green open space, picnic tables, and playgrounds. There are benches to rest found throughout, and restrooms and fountains are provided as well. Pups need to be kept on leash. Afterwards, head to Buster’s for some pup-friendly dining.
In the Washington Street neighborhood of Twin Falls, east of Filer, Vista Bonita is an 8-acre park just waiting for you and your fur-iendly pup to arrive! Jump on the ½ mile walking trail, perfect for elderly pups, or let your furry friend run on an extended leash in the large, open grassy areas. Sports courts are on-site, as well as playgrounds for the kiddos. In the winter, grab your sled and off you go, down the sledding hill! Pups needs to remain on leash throughout. Please bring clean up bags to keep this park pristine.
Mary Alice Park, in the city of Twin Falls, east of Filer, is the place to enjoy a relaxing day with your fur-baby. This park is packed full of art and sculptures, with places to relax in the shade. Walk the paved path which ends at a beautiful water fountain where you can sit and listen to the sounds of running water. Play a tune on the piano here and get your pup’s tail a-waggin! Keep Fido on leash please. Grab a bite afterwards at the dog-friendly Café Rio Mexican Grill or Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt.
Candy Cane Park, better known as Cascade Park, is a sweet addition to your day with your pawtastic pup! Located in the Candleridge neighborhood of the city of Twin Falls, east of Filer, this 4-acre park has lots of open space, perfect for throwing down a blanket and relaxing with Fido by your side. There are benches throughout to rest, and sports courts where you might catch a game in progress. Picnic tables are provided, as well as a kiddie playground. Restrooms and drinking fountains are on-site. When hunger strikes, head to the Burnt Lemon Grill for some pup-friendly outdoor dining.