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Dog Areas in Julesburg

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Julesburg is a small town of fewer than two thousand permanent residents. It is known for being a stop on the famous Pony Express. When it comes to four-legged residents, Julesburg has one veterinary clinic which takes care of routine and most emergency needs, and it also offers grooming services.

A person with a canine family member will find plenty of open spaces to play just a short drive away.  The town has one public recreational space, Julesburg Baseball Field.  This wide-open grassy space attracts people with a leashed pup.  A stroll through the grassy fields is a good way to get some healthy exercise outdoors.  

For a more vigorous hike, a person with a pup can head out to the Sedgwick Bar State Game Preserve.  Sedgwick Preserve is located thirteen miles east of Julesburg.  This state-owned property consists of 895 acres of natural open space.  It is a popular spot for hikers and hunters.  Many dogs accompany their people on a hunt for birds like geese, quail, pheasants, and dove.  The trails are not well-marked in spots, though, so pay close attention while walking.

North Sterling State Park is located just an hour's drive east of Julesburg.  This park offers 6.5 miles of well-marked hikes.  All the hikes are easy, and dogs are welcome on-leash.  In addition, this state park has fishing and a campground.

You and Fido will find it hard to get bored in the pawesome town of Julesburg!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Julesburg

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    Population Density 1,168/sq mi

    #1 Julesburg City Limits

    Visitors traveling to Julesburg with their pup will find a couple of options for places to stay.  Budget Host Platte Valley Inn is located at 15225 US Hwy 385.  This hotel welcomes guests with up to two dogs of any size for an additional fee of $10 per dog per night. The hotel has all the standard amenities, like cable television and free wi-fi.  A free breakfast is included with the stay.  Campers with their canine pals can check out the accommodations at Pony Express & RV Park.  This campground has electric hookups and is a great spot for some inexpensive lodging outdoors.  Pups must remain on-leash in the common areas.
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    Population Density 1,135/sq mi

    #2 Big Springs

    Big Springs is located twelve miles east across the Colorado state line into Nebraska. This is a tiny place, but a person with a pup can find some good places to take a stretch.  The town has two dedicated green spaces for a person and a leashed pup.  Big Springs Youth Recreation Pond has a half-acre set aside for some fishing and enjoying the greenery.  Picnic tables make this an ideal spot for a lunch or snack with a canine friend. The Veteran's Memorial has a pathway with benches for an outdoor breather.  Visitors to Big Springs will find dog-friendly accommodations at the Motel 6 on Circle Road.  This motel welcomes two dogs of any size or three dogs up to twenty-five pounds for no additional fee.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,472/sq mi

    #3 East Ogallala

    People traveling with their furry family member will want to make a stop at the TA truck stop, located thirty-two miles east of Julesburg. This truck stop on Prospector Drive caters to those OTR drivers accompanied by dogs.  A small grassy space is fully fenced for a pup to get out and run leash-free.  This dog park is open to the public.  The truck stop provides waste baggies for easy pick-ups. Pet supplies, including dog food and treats, are sold at this convenience store.  Lake Mcconaughy SRA Campground on Hwy 61 N gives travelers a place to pitch a tent or park a trailer.  This campground includes lake access for those with boats or anglers.  Pups are welcome to camp but must stay on-leash.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,300/sq mi

    #4 Holyoke City Limits

    Holyoke is located thirty-three miles south of Julesburg.  Visitors traveling with their four-legged buddy will find comfortable lodging at Cobblestone Inn & Suites. Pet owners may stay here with up to two dogs of any size.  The hotel charges an additional fee of $25 per night.  In town, a visit to Rainbow Park on E. Kellogg Street helps stretch those legs and paws after a long car ride.  This small green space is a favorite gathering space for locals, and dogs on-leash are welcome.  The park has a playground, picnic tables, and plenty of paved walkways for an easy bit of outdoor exercise.
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    Population Density 1,019/sq mi

    #5 Sidney City Center

    This neighborhood is just a forty-five-mile drive west of Julesburg. The destination that will delight a pup is the town's main park, Legion Park.  This park has 150 acres of recreational space which includes picnic areas and a fishing lake.  It's also an access point for the Sidney Deadwood Trail, which spans almost six miles.  It is a pawpular place for walkers, runners, and cyclists, so make sure your pup is comfortable sharing the path.  The entire trail is paved and flat and takes a hiker through Legion Park and the lake.  People with leashed dogs will find this a great place to get some less strenuous exercise.  After a hike, a stop at Runza may be in order.  This Midwest chain restaurant offers dog-friendly tables for canine customers.
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