Kersey, Colorado is a small agricultural town that has been around since 1893. Originally, this was a railroad depot, but in 1908, it became a town. The land was used to raise beef, grow crops, and harvest grain. It was the hub of the area because everything that was grown here could be purchased in the town. Some speculate that it was home to the original farmers market. Food was often traded for goods. There was no set price; everything was based on what you could afford or offer in trade.
When you come to Kersey, you should check out the original fire station and schoolhouse that is now turned into a library and museum. You cannot take your dog inside, but you can check out the architecture or explore the historic markers placed around it and the rail car depot.
If you are looking for a place to stay, check out the Cobblestone Inn and Suites. Not only are they pet-friendly, but they also have a full-service bar. Every morning, you can wake up and grab a plate at the breakfast buffet before starting off on your adventure. It really is like home away from home -- the only difference is you don't have worry about cleaning up or doing the chores!
There aren't very many other Fido-friendly amenities here, but you can find more things to do and see with your dog just a short drive out of town.