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Dog Areas in Fort Collins

3 Parks
2 Trails
2 Shops
7 Eateries
9 Groomers

In the Northern Colorado city of Fort Collins people love dogs. And with a population of over 150,000 people you can bet you will find a lot of dogs in Fort Collins. Walking Fido is a great way to relax and unwind after a busy day and the many dog-friendly attractions in Fort Collins, Colorado, make it a breeze.

One of the options to take dogs for a walk in Fort Collins, Colorado, is the Spring Canyon Dog Park. This dog park is especially nice for active dogs as it offers many agility equipment like cement tubes. There is also a large pond for dogs to swim and jump off the platform. Small dogs will enjoy the park too as they have their own designated area.

For a more traditional, family-centered outing, the Old Fort Collins High Dog Park fits the bill. This dog park is not as fancy as the Spring Canyon Dog Park, but still people (and dogs) keep coming back. Dog parks, in general, make a fantastic way for dogs to socialize with other dogs as the park attracts a friendly crowd.

If these two dog parks do not fit the bill then consider either the Fossil Creek Dog Park or the Soft Gold Dog Park as alternatives. Dog owners looking for a more rugged experience can find what they are looking for in the Poudre trail or the Mason trail which offer a challenging hike through a magnificent landscape.

To top it off, Wilbur's Total Beverage allows dog owners to shop for one of Fort Collins most famed products, handcrafted beer, without having to leave their furry friend in the car.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fort Collins

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    Population Density 1,132/sq mi

    #1 Southridge Greens

    Located in southern Fort Collins is the neighborhood of Southridge Greens. If you’re in the community looking for something fun to do with Fido, head over to Fossil Creek Dog Park! This bark park is usually pretty busy, so if your pup likes making new fur-iends, this is the place to be! If your dog is more on the shy side, take him to the section for smaller dogs so that he can warm up to the idea of being around other pups. So grab your dog, a ball, and get ready to have some fun! This is an off-leash park.
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    Population Density 1,132/sq mi

    #2 Northwest Rossborough

    Fort Collins’s Northwest Rossborough neighborhood is home to Spring Canyon Dog Park, where you and your pooch can spend the whole day playing around! This off-leash dog park has plenty of room for Fido to run around and play with his pawesome new friends. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy a bite to eat at one of the many shaded picnic tables. Feeling a bit hot after running around? No problem! This park has water fountains for both you and your dog so that the two of you can quickly get back to your fun. There are several play structures for more adventurous dogs to explore.
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    Population Density 2,439/sq mi

    #3 University

    If you’re looking for somewhere in Fort Collins to eat where your dog can join you, look no further than the University North neighborhood! If you’re craving a delicious mix of traditional American food and different international dishes, try Rainbow Restaurant! Fido is welcome to join you on the large, shaded patio. If you want something lighter, head over to Alleycat Coffee House. Don’t let the name fool you; your dog is welcome to join you at any of this 24-hour restaurant’s outdoor tables, depending on the weather. A leash is required at both restaurants.
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    Population Density 1,906/sq mi

    #4 Bucking Horse

    If your dog loves going for walks and exploring, then you have to check out Bucking Horse’s Poudre Trail. This trail is an old railway that’s been converted into a walking and biking trail, meaning it runs through different types of terrain, from agriculture to industrial. Make sure you bring along a camera. With beautiful views -- including several ponds, a tiny waterfall, and a covered bridge -- we’re not sure who’ll enjoy this walk more: you or your pup! A leash is required, and it’s recommended you bring your own bags to dispose of any waste. This trail is around 12 miles long.
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    Population Density 366/sq mi

    #5 Downtown

    Just 30 minutes south of Fort Collins is Loveland, and if you run out of things to do in the former city, Loveland has plenty! First, check out Fairgrounds Dog Park, an off-leash dog park where your pet can get plenty of exercise while making new friends! There’s a separate area for small dogs, and there are benches so you can relax after all that running around. If you’re looking for something less strenuous, check out The Promenade Shops at Canterra. Many restaurants and shops in this shopping center are dog-friendly. Just look for the paw print on the door! A leash is required.
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