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Dog Areas in Glenwood Springs

11 Parks
1 Trail
2 Shops
5 Eateries
5 Groomers
Glenwood Springs is nestled in the Colorado Mountains, and is known as a resort city since it is filled with hot springs. Although the town may be busy with tourists, there are great things you and your pup can do together. Check out the array of different parks that are in town, or grab a meal together at one of the dog friendly restaurants. There are six veterinarians in town, which means you can feel safe exploring all that it has to offer. 

Head out to Conservancy Park along the Roaring Fork River for an amazing day out with your pup. This park offers a gazebo, walking trail, grass for fetch, and a great view of the Colorado mountains. The park doesn't offer a lot of shade however, so bring water with you when you visit.

Take your pup out to Sweet Coloradough for a bite to eat together. They are most known for their delicious doughnuts, but this eatery also dishes out sandwiches that Fido will be wanting a bite of. They have an outdoor patio which welcomes your furry pal to sit alongside you while you eat.

If you both need a place to rest, check out the numerous hotels that welcome your furry pal. The Hotel Glenwood Springs, Plaza Inn Glenwood Springs, and The Hotel Denver all welcome your furry pal to hang out with you while you get some rest.

Glenwood Springs is a great area to hang out in with your furry pal, so check it out today!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Glenwood Springs

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    Population Density 4,225/sq mi

    #1 Glenwood Springs

    The Doc Holiday Grave Trail is an easy 0.7-mile path to hike with your pup. The trail has a 216-foot elevation gain on an out and back route, and is paved, giving you and Fido an easy walk. If your dog isn't much of a hiker, head over to Extell Park for a fun day out. The park is small, but is perfect for a good walk or a session of fetch with your pup. While there are benches for owners to sit on, make sure to bring water and clean-up bags with you to the park.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,225/sq mi

    #2 Devereux Road

    Two Rivers Park sits along the Colorado River, and offers great amenities for you and your dog to enjoy. This parks features a playground, rock climbing, grass for fetch, restrooms, and benches for owners to sit on. There is a great walking path that you and your pup can use for a good afternoon walk, all while having a great scenic view of the mountains. If you and your pup want to have a picnic, the park offers a covered picnic area that you two can use. Take a moment to let your dog splash in the river before heading home, but don't forget your water and clean-up bags!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 422/sq mi

    #3 Park West/ Glenwood Park

    The Veltus Park is a beautiful area to visit with your dog by your side. This park offers a playground, covered picnic area, benches, and plenty of trees for shade. Fido can play fetch on the grass or get a good walk in on the walking trail that goes along the Roaring Fork River that borders the east side of the park. If Veltus Park doesn't work for your dog, head over to Vogelaar Park. This lovely spot offers a great walking trail, grass for fetch, and plenty of trees for shade. It doesn't sit right on the river, so if you pup isn't a fan of water, then this is the park for him.
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    Population Density 380/sq mi

    #4 Timber Creek

    Take your pup out to the High Tails Dog and Cat Outfitters for a great day of pup retail therapy. This pawsome pet store offers food, supplies, and equipment that your dog will love. You and Fido can browse the selection of toys and treats, or even leave with a new collar. Afterwards, head over to Dairy Queen for a bite to eat and something sweet. They dish out some classic American grub, like hamburgers and hot dogs, plus they have delicious ice cream desserts. Their outdoor patio welcomes you and Fido to take a seat and enjoy your meal together.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,253/sq mi

    #5 Blake Ave/ Hyland Park Dr

    Hang out at the Sayre Park with our furry pal for a fun afternoon out. The park offers a basketball court, baseball fields, volleyball and tennis courts, plus a playground. There is a covered picnic area with a BBQ grill so you and Fido can bring food with you and have a picnic. The park is covered in shade by trees, and there is grass for fetch. If Fido wants a walk, take advantage of the great path that goes around the park. Make sure to bring clean-up bags  and water with you when you are exploring this lovely park.
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