Dog Walkers in Edwards

Find trusted dog walkers near you.

How Wag! Works

Book a Dog Walk with One of our Trusted Wag! Walkers
Track your Dog's Walk with our Live GPS Tracker
Receive Custom Reports Detailing your Dog's Activity

Vetted Walker Trust & Safety

Thoroughly Vetted
Wag! Guaranteed

Dog Areas in Edwards

5 Parks
5 Trails
6 Shops
4 Eateries
2 Groomers

High up above sea level is the town of Edwards, a mountainous town located in the valley of Eagle River. The surrounding area is a great retreat for skiers and outdoor enthusiasts, and has a post office that has been in operation since 1883. The old postal route attracts lots of pups, so the city has designated plenty of spots to walk Fido so the mail can be delivered in peace.

One of the best spots for this is the Wildridge Dog Park, an area that sits on a slope of the nearby mountain, providing gorgeous views of the rolling terrain and a fenced-in area for pups. Dogs have the option to go into a large or small play area, with access to water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, trash bins, and free toys!

Right across the street is the Playground Trailhead. Not only is the area the access point to the nearby unnamed trail, but it also has a playground and grassy area for pups. Dogs have to remain a leash here, but can enjoy plenty of space to roam and stretch their legs. Additional features of the trailhead include a pavilion, water fountains, benches, and trash bins.

With four animal hospitals and plenty of friendly postmen to keep your pup happy, Edwards will be one of the best places to live or visit for you and Fido.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Edwards

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,010/sq mi

    #1 Miller's and Main

    Miller's and Main is a popular neighborhood, thanks to its location in the central part of downtown. Despite the busy area, it still hosts one of the most popular parks in town, Freedom Park. The gorgeous area is surrounded by the scenery of the mountainous ridges and rolling green hills, with vibrant grass and open fields in the park. Dogs are welcome off-leash at the park, although only a part of the park is fenced-in. The fenced-in area is a separate dog park, allowing dogs to run around safely and enjoy additional amenities like water fountains, clean-up stations, free tennis balls, and benches.
    Dog neighborhood?
  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 798/sq mi

    #2 Homestead

    The neighborhood of Homestead is small and provides much of the suburban residential area around downtown. A favorite spot for dog-walkers is the Edwards Park Off-Leash Dog Area, a park that has a large area that allows dogs to run around off-leash. The park is not completely fenced-in but has a grassy field and dog-friendly lake for pups to take a swim in or go fishing with their owners. There are clean-up stations, dog-sized water fountains, and picnic benches at this park. Afterward, head over with Fido to the Marble Slab Creamery, a delicious ice cream and shake shop with dog-friendly outdoor seating and vanilla options for Fido.
    Dog neighborhood?
  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 554/sq mi

    #3 Carterville

    Carterville is a large neighborhood, taking up the entire southern part of the city. The area has a small park known as Lower Homestead Park, which provides a developed area for dog-walkers, exercising pups and humans. The park is mostly open, with plenty of places to run around and play, or take a nice walk along the dirt trail that extends out of the park. In the southern part of the neighborhood is the entrance to the Squaw Creek Trail, a 2.99-mile dirt trail that follows the creek and along Elk River. Dogs must remain on a leash in both areas, and you'll need to remember to bring water and clean-up bags.
    Dog neighborhood?
  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 130/sq mi

    #4 Vail Town Center


    Fourteen miles east from Edwards in the city of Vail is the neighborhood of Vail Town Center. This bustling neighborhood provides visitors and residents with the Bighorn Park Off-Leash Dog Park, a large open space that takes up over 8 acres of rolling green fields and a small pond for fishing and swimming. The area is for off-leash pups, although it is not fenced-in. Despite this, other amenities like clean-up stations, water fountains, trash bins, and benches are still available. The neighborhood also provides Stephens Park, a forested space with access to the river. Best of all, the park allows dogs to roam around off-leash. With natural views, gorgeous scenery and amenities like benches, clean-up stations, and picnic areas, its no wonder Fido will be howling to come back.

    Dog neighborhood?
  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 75/sq mi

    #5 Route 6/ Village Rd

    The Route 6 and Village Road neighborhood is in the ski resort town of Beaver Creek, just 6 miles from Edwards. The area isn't only popular among skiers, but dog-lovers too thanks to the Creekside Park. The park sits between the fork of Beaver Creek, providing access to fishing and swimming spots. The park itself is a large open area, with vibrant grass and tall trees surrounding it. There are water fountains and benches here for leashed pups. McCoy Park is also in this neighborhood, although undeveloped, the land is great thanks to the dirt trails that have been formed over the years, providing visitors up to 5 miles of nature paths to use.
    Dog neighborhood?
Book me a walkiee?
Sketch of smiling australian shepherd