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.