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Dog Areas in Gold Hill, CO

Picture a quaint mountain community complete with dirt roads, log cabins, a two-room schoolhouse, an old-fashioned general store, and a population of less than 300. If that sounds like your idea of paradise, you’ll want to add Gold Hill, CO to your must-see list!

Gold Hill is so named because it was the first major site where gold was discovered during the Colorado Gold Rush of the mid-19th century. It’s also home to the oldest operating public school in the state -- Gold Hill School -- which has been an institution of learning since 1873.

If you’re used to big-city amenities like dog parks and dog-friendly restaurants, we’ve got some bad news -- you won’t find any of those here. What you will find, though, is something even better. Gold Hill is almost entirely surrounded by mountainous nature preserves! Gold Hill sits in the shadow of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, where you’ll find plenty of campgrounds, hiking trails, and outdoor activities to make you and your pooch feel like Indiana Bones!

If all that country livin’ has you and your Fido going a little stir crazy, never fear -- Gold Hill is just a short drive from Boulder, where you’ll find all the mod cons you need, including vet clinics, pet-friendly hotels, restaurants, dog parks, and much more!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Gold Hill, CO

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    Population Density 2,101/sq mi

    #1 North Boulder

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    North Boulder in Boulder, Colorado is 12.3 miles from Gold Hill. This area is the home of an off-leash dog park known as Foothills Community Dog Park. Here, your dog will have plenty of room to exercise, socialize, or even take a leisurely stroll with you on one of the walking paths. And, the park even has two separate areas for small and large breeds for safety. North Boulder also offers some dog-friendly restaurants for owners and their pooches to dine together. Restaurant 4580 is one of your options. This spot is nestled in the foothills with some beautiful scenery, and has everything from burgers to steak and a variety of foods in between. 

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    Population Density 3,978/sq mi

    #2 Central Boulder

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    Central Boulder is about 11 miles from Gold Hill and just a couple of minutes away from North Boulder. This is where the majority of businesses, shopping, and restaurants cluster, and it's also a popular spot for residents. Central Boulder has plenty of unique dog-friendly opportunities to offer, like renting a bike with your pooch from University Bicycles! Just remember to keep your furry friend on a leash while perusing the bikes. The neighborhood also has a PETCO store, so you can easily find what you need for your precious pooch – and she can join you as you shop!
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    Population Density 236/sq mi

    #3 East Central

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    Just a couple of minutes east of Central Boulder is the East Central neighborhood of the same city. The Howard Heuston Off Leash Dog Area makes its home here in the Howard Heuston Park. The area is marked off with poles but isn’t fenced, so make sure your pup has good listening and obedience skills. East Central Boulder also has a PetSmart training location that can help puppies and adults alike learn to socialize, obey commands, and communicate with their owners. For an evening out with your furry friend, head to Pekoe Sip House for coffees, pastries, and paw-friendly tables.

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    Population Density 532/sq mi

    #4 Chautauqua

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    About 11.3 miles from Gold Hill is Chautauqua, another Boulder neighborhood that sits on the southern end of the University of Colorado Boulder area. Chautauqua is a rural area that houses the beautiful Chautauqua Park, where you can catch some of the most breathtaking views in Colorado. Here, your pup is welcome to join you on his leash as you walk, hike, jog, or simply sit down for a picnic in the park. The Royal Arch Trail can take you and Fido on another outdoor adventure here, providing over three miles of hiking trail that brings you to a mountain peak that offers views you won’t soon forget.  

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    Population Density 1,236/sq mi

    #5 Old Town

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    Just over 25 miles from Gold Hill is Old Town in Lafayette, Colorado. This neighborhood includes a children’s museum, open space parks, shopping spots, and several things for you and your pup to enjoy together. First, you may want to head to The Great Bark Dog Park, a 6-acre spot where your dog can play in the sun, enjoy some shade, run off his leash, and socialize with some doggie pals. If you choose only natural food for your dog, you’ll love The Happy Beast, which has a wide selection of holistic foods. Your leashed, well-behaved pal is also welcome to shop with you.
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