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Dog Areas in Bellvue

5 Parks
3 Trails

Sitting in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains is Bellvue, a small agricultural community that is located in Plesant Valley. This small, but amazing town is right outside of Fort Collins, and near the mouth of the Poudre Canyon. There are no veterinarians in Bellvue, but just down the street in Fort Collins, there are fifteen that Fido can visit.

The Poudre Park sits right on the Cache la Poudre River, and is a great space to check out with your furry pal. If Fido is up for a hike, then this is the place to go since you can take a walk along the river and enjoy some great views. If you would rather hang out, you can fish or enjoy the small picnic area. The hiking path is easy to follow, and benches line the path if you and Fido want a break. 

If you and your pup are looking for a more adventurous hike, check out the Arthur's Rock Trail. This pawsome trail is 2.8-miles long with a 1,105-foot elevation gain, and an out and back route. The trail will take you to the Charles A Lory State Park. Be sure to keep your adventurous pup on leash throughout. 

Fido will have a dogtastic time in Bellvue with you after seeing all these amazing parks and activities. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bellvue

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,949/sq mi

    #1 Avery Park

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    Avery Park is a dogtastic 17-acre park to go and visit with Fido. The park is filled with a playground, restrooms, picnic shelter, and a creek play. Grass is scattered throughout that park that Fido can enjoy, and there is a long walking path around the park that can be used for a nice stroll alongside your furry pal. There are benches around the park that you and Fido can use for a little break. Keep your pup on a leash when you visit the park, and don't forget to bring water with you. Located in Fort Collins, this park is the perfect place to take your dog.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 320/sq mi

    #2 Silver Oaks

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    The Spring Canyon Park offers some amazing amenities that your dog will go crazy for. Enjoy the large grass area, playground, splash pad, and gazebo that are throughout the park. There is a huge paved walking trail that you can use for a walk that goes around the park as well. If Fido is craving some off-leash time, then this is the park for you since the Horsetooth Dog Park is located inside of it. The dog park offers 3-acres of land for your dog to run on, and provides clean-up bags for you as well. Make sure to bring water along since the dog park has no shade. Only seven miles out of Bellvue in Fort Collins, Fido will love visiting this park.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 10/sq mi

    #3 Lower Poudre Canyon

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    Take your pup to the Gateway Natural Area for a nice relaxing day in the mountains. This pawsome park sits along the Poudre River and offers hiking trails, a launch area for kayaks and canoes, fishing, picnicking with grills, and a playground. The picnicking area is covered to keep you and Fido shaded, and offers tons of tables to sit at and relax. The Black Powder Trail runs through this area and offers a 0.8-mile hike for you and Fido to enjoy and it will give you an amazing view of the Poudre Canyon. If you're looking for a slightly smaller trail then try out the Overlook Trail which is 0.3-miles long.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 14/sq mi

    #4 West Bellvue

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    Grab your pup and head out to the Brown's Lake Trail which is a dogtastic 8.2-mile trail. The trail has a 2,070-elevation gain and an out and back route type that will take you through the Roosevelt National Forest. While on the trail, you can camp, watch birds, and fish with your furry pal by your side. If Fido wants to continue hiking, then this trail is perfect since it will connect to the Beaver Creek Trail where the two of you can continue to explore. While on this trail, make sure to keep your dog on a leash and don't forget water since it can be a little difficult to hike. 
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    Population Density 3/sq mi

    #5 Bellvue

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    The Charles A. Lory State Park is a wonderful park to go and explore with your furry pal by your side. The park is filled with rolling valleys and mountains to climb with over 26-miles of trails that you and your pup can hike. The trails can range in distance and length, perfect for any skill level of hiker. The park sits along the Horsetooth Reservoir where you and Fido can take a canoe or kayak out and enjoy time on the water. The park also includes fishing, picnicking, camping, and sand volleyball. While visiting this pawsome park, your dog needs to stay on a leash the entire time.
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