Hot Sulphur Springs was once the winter campground for the Native Americans. It's easy to see why, considering the medicinal value of soaking in the hot springs in the middle of the cold weather. To this day, every year, the community comes together to commemorate this special event in the winter months.
If you and your dog take a stroll down through the center of town, you can marvel at the beauty of the local architecture and learn more about what makes this area historic. The inn from the early 1900s still stands proudly. While it seems like there isn't much here for dog owners, it is centrally located close to parks and even the Colorado River.
Pioneer Park is an 80-acre park and the star of the area. Besides disc golf, you will find fishing and boating are really popular here. There are trails that you and your dog can explore. You can even print out a map if you want to plan your adventure. The fourteen RV spots are fee-free. You can literally go camping anytime you get ready to, but the grounds are especially popular in winter. If you and Fido don't feel like "ruffing" it, there are other pet-friendly accommodations in the area.