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Dog Areas in Idaho Springs

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3 Trails
4 Eateries
Idaho Springs sits in the mountains of Clear Creek County, and is home to numerous hot springs that are known to having healing powers. The town is the largest in the county and is very popular with tourists since it is home to the Loveland Ski Area. With one veterinarian in town, your dog will be healthy and happy while hanging out in Idaho Springs.

Have a great day out with your pup at Heritage Park. The park sits right along Clear Creek and offers a picnic area with BBQs so you and Fido can have a picnic together. There are also restrooms and tennis courts at the park, plus benches that you can rest on. There is small area of grass for fetch, but not a huge area to get a walk in at.

Take your dog out to Da Rivuh for a bite to eat. They dish out BBQ and Southern style food that is inspired by Louisiana and Memphis, and offer an outdoor patio that is perfect to sit at with your furry pal while you enjoy your meal.

Get a good night's rest with your pup at the H&H Motor Lodge. They welcome your dog to stay a night or two with your before heading on your next adventure.

Your dog will love hanging out in Idaho Springs with you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Idaho Springs

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 75/sq mi

    #1 Berthoud Falls

    Go on an awesome hike with your furry pal along the Stanley Mountain Trail. With a distance of 7.4-miles and an elevation gain of 1,788-feet, you and your dog will be feeling the burn on this hike. The trail will take you through the beautiful Arapaho National Forest which is located in the Rocky Mountains and along the Colorado Eastern Plains. The forest is known for their rivers and forested areas, making it a great hike for the two of you. Don't forget your water, and make sure to dress appropriately since it can be cold and snowing on the hike.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4/sq mi

    #2 Colorado Mines

    Take your pup out on the Colorado Mines Peak Trail if you're looking for a smaller hike to do with your pup. The hike is 3.8-miles long with a 1,138-foot elevation gain, in an out and back route. While hiking, your dog needs to be kept on leash, and you may want to consider using snowshoes on the hike since it is often covered in snow. When you and Fido reach the peak, you be rewarded with a great view of the Berthoud Pass and the valley below. Make sure to bring plenty of water on the hike with you.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 871/sq mi

    #3 Miner Street

    If you and your pup are hanging around Idaho Springs and get hungry, don't hesitate to stop at the plethora of dog friendly restaurants. Beau Jo's is a casual pizza joint with a variety of delicious food to choose from. They offer starters, salads, and pizza. Mtn Prime Fine Food and Spirit is a modern steakhouse that use local and fresh ingredients for their food. They have a huge menu that offers everything from crab cakes to pastas. Westbound and Down Brew serves American and European favorites including burgers, wings, and seafood options. All of these delicious restaurants have dog friendly patios and welcome your furry friend to join you.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,860/sq mi

    #4 Riverside Drive/ 23rd Ave

    The Courtney-Ryley-Cooper Park is a great park to take your pup to if he needs a good walk, but isn't the hiking type. The park sits along a creek, but is fenced in to help keep your dog safe. There is a playground, benches, swings and picnic tables that the two of you can use. The park doesn't offer much grass, and there is a small walking path along the park that you and your pup can use for a good walk together. Make sure to bring plenty of water with you since the park does not offer a lot of shade.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 432/sq mi

    #5 Herman Gulch

    The Herman Gulch Trail is a great trail to explore with your pup. With a 6.3-mile distance and a 1,755-foot elevation gain, your dog will love exploring this area with you. The trail will take you through the Arapaho National Forest and give you an amazing view of the forest and trees that surround you. The trail can be a little rocky and covered in snow, so make sure you and your pup are well equipped for the hike. The hike is popular with cross-country skiers, so keep an eye on your pup while you are out.
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