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Dog Areas in Jefferson, CO

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If you and your pup love spending your days hiking, Jefferson is the perfect place for you. This town and the area around it are filled with parks where you can take your pup for hikes on trails that climb high into the mountains. While there are no veterinary clinics in Jefferson itself, there are many good options in the nearby towns of Bailey and Pine.

Want to go on a pawesome on-leash hike with your pup? Check out Three Mile Creek Trail, which is about 23 miles from Jefferson. This beautiful trail is 14 miles long, and it takes you through Pike National Forest. Along the way, you’ll pass tons of streams that your pup can drink from when they get thirsty. Bring some doggy bags with you, and have a great time hiking here.

Kenosha Pass East Trail is another fun trail to go on with your dog. This trail is just four miles from Jefferson, and it allows dogs on-leash. The trail is 14 miles in total, and it goes over tundra, through conifer forests, and up a hill, providing amazing views of the surrounding area. 

You and your dog will always have a good time here and in the many other dog-friendly parks in and around Jefferson!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Jefferson, CO

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    Population Density 10/sq mi

    #1 Jefferson Lake Road


    If you want to take a hike with your dog in Jefferson, the Georgia Pass Trail is a good choice for you. This Pike National Forest trail is 24 miles long, and it takes you over many different types of terrain. As you go along the trail, you’ll pass through a spruce forest, and you’ll go up hills that offer sweeping views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. You’ll also get to see beautiful wildflowers here in the summer. Bring some doggy bags, water, and snacks for you and your dog, and enjoy spending the day out in the mountains.

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    Population Density 78/sq mi

    #2 Crystal Creek Road


    Located 36 miles from Jefferson, this Breckenridge neighborhood is home to two beautiful trails that welcome dogs on-leash. This includes the 6.7-mile Spruce Creek Trail. The first part of the trail is uphill, and it climbs through a forest filled with aspen, fir, and spruce trees. After that, you’ll reach Lower Mohawk Lake and Mohawk Lake, both of which are surrounded by stunning mountains. If you want to try a slightly longer trail, check out Crystal Lakes Trail. This 8-mile trail goes through the White River National Forest, and it passes through an alpine meadow that’s filled with wildflowers in the summer. The trail also passes numerous creeks where your pup can go for a quick dip. Your dog will always have a furrific time hiking these trails!

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    Population Density 78/sq mi

    #3 Washington Avenue


    This Breckenridge neighborhood is home to a fun off-leash dog run: Carter Dog Park. This dog park is 38 miles from Jefferson, and it has one large, fenced-in field where dogs can frolic, play, and make new friends. There are doggy waste stations in the park, and there’s also water available for your pup. Bring a tennis ball or two, and enjoy playing with your pup here. If you want to get a bite to eat with your dog after the dog park, check out Motherloaded Tavern. Dogs are allowed on Motherloaded’s outdoor patio, and your server will bring a water bowl out for your dog. While your dog enjoys their drink, you can dine on salads, burgers, meatloaf, mac and cheese, and more.

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    Population Density 66/sq mi

    #4 McCullough Gulph Road


    If you’re looking for another pawsitively amazing place to hike with your dog, check out McCullough Gulch Trail. This trail is 32 miles from Jefferson, and dogs are allowed both on- and off-leash. The trail is 2.9 miles long, and it has an 892-foot elevation gain. As you go along the trail, you’ll pass through lovely spruce forests. About 1.5 miles into the trail, you’ll come across the Upper Blue Reservoir, where you’ll get to see a stunning waterfall! For the rest of the 1.2 miles of the trail, you’ll be above the timberline, and you’ll get amazing views of the surrounding area. 

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    Population Density 10/sq mi

    #5 Geneva Road


    This Bailey neighborhood is home to another woof-derful hiking spot, the Abyss Lake Trail, which is also known as the Scott Gomer Trail. This trail is 22 miles from Jefferson, and it allows dogs on-leash. The trail is 14.2 miles in total, and you’ll gain 3,000 feet of elevation as you hike the trail. The trail will take you through thick forests and across beautiful tundra. You’ll also pass by picturesque Abyss Lake, which is the perfect place to stop and enjoy lunch with your pup. This scenic trail is a great place to spend the day with your dog!

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