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Dog Areas in Holyoke, CO

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The tranquil community of Holyoke has a permanent resident population of just over two thousand people. Still, it is the largest town in Phillips County.  One veterinary clinic operates within the city's boundaries.  A Holyoke dog can rely on it for most preventative and emergency treatment.  

The golf course attracts a fair number of visitors.  Those traveling with a canine companion will be able to find dog-friendly lodging at Cobblestone Inn & Suites at 805 Interocean Avenue.  This hotel has amenities such as satellite television, free Wi-Fi, and a restaurant and lounge.  The inn welcomes guests traveling with as many as two pups of any size and charges an additional fee of $25 per dog per night.  Cobblestone recommends calling in advance to secure a dog-friendly room.  The hotel also has an in-house convenience store.  This amenity makes it easy to grab a few snacks or lunch items when going around town with your canine traveling companion.  

A visit to Rainbow Park on East Kellogg Street is a good destination for some outdoor exercise and a whiff of fresh air.  You and your leashed furry pal will be able to sit and relax at one of the many picnic sites. This green oasis is the pawfect place for you and Fido to spend the day together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Holyoke, CO

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 964/sq mi

    #1 Julesburg City Limits

    Julesburg is thirty-three miles north of Holyoke. You and your pup will want to check the only Pony Express Station.  It is an access point for the South Platte River Trail.  This loop trail is nineteen miles long.  Bring along that water bottle for you and your canine hiking companion.  This scenic route follows the river -- a detour for cool-down splash is just the ticket on one of those hot days!  In town, the dog-friendly Budget Hotel on US Highway 385 will welcome you and up to two furry family members.  The hotel charges an additional fee of $10 per dog per night, and it allows dogs of any size to lodge and rest those tired paws!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 576/sq mi

    #2 Sedgwick City Limits

    Sedgwick is thirty-eight miles north of Holyoke.  The call of the very wild resounds loudly at the tract of state-owned property known as Sedgwick Bar State Game Preserve.  This property has 895 acres set aside for recreation and conservation.  It is a favorite area for hiking and viewing wildlife such as deer, turkey, pheasant, and other small game animals.  This property is also used for hunting.  The trails vary in length and may not be completely marked per the map.  Visitors should be prepared for an experience which takes them away from easily obtainable conveniences. Bringing water is a must! The property is of moderate elevations around 3,500 feet.  Hunting dogs may roam off-leash here, but all other dogs must be on-leash.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 909/sq mi

    #3 Big Springs

    Big Springs is forty-two miles north of Holyoke.  Big Springs has a pillowed place for you and your pooch to rest awhile.  The Motel 6 at 111 Circle Road offers a bit of comfort when you and your furry family member are on the road.  The motel will accommodate up to two canines of any size or three of furry pals up to 25 pounds, and it has all the amenities to make your visit comfy, including free Wi-Fi.  The on-site restaurant has some big steaks at the top of the menu.  While visiting Big Springs, you'll want to check out the Big Springs Youth Recreation Pond. This city park has plenty of open green spaces for a good stretch of those paws!  The fish are biting in the property's pond.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,472/sq mi

    #4 Lake McConaughy

    Ogallala is forty-eight miles north of Holyoke.  Your pup will run with the big dogs at the TA Truck Stop on Prospector Drive.  This truck stop gives those pups riding on the big rigs a chance to get out of the cab and run leash-free for a spell. This completely fenced area includes plenty of waste baggies for easy pick-ups.  The truck stop sells dog treats and an assortment of dog food brands.  Also on Highway 61 North is the Lake Mcconaughy SRA Campground.  Your leashed pup may camp with the family here. Plenty of green space and access to the lake make this a prime place for people with dogs in the family.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,653/sq mi

    #5 Sterling City Limits

    Sterling is fifty miles west of Holyoke. Travelers with a canine companion will appreciate the number of options in Sterling for lodging. Ramada Inn on US 6 has certain rooms reserved for travelers with a pup in tow.  The hotel recommends booking a room in advance of your stay, and welcomes up to two dogs of any size for an additional fee of $25 per dog per night. Once you're all settled into your room, why not take a walk at Overland Trail Recreation Area? Keep in mind that the trails at this pawpular park are multi-use, so make sure your pup is comfortable sharing the path with those on two legs -- and two wheels!
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