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Dog Areas in Louisville, CO

2 Parks
12 Eateries

The city of Louisville, Colorado began with the Welch Mine in 1977. The city was known for its mining community and was named after Louis Nawatny, who owned land in this area. This city was incorporated in 1882.

The best part about Louisville is that it caters to its canines! You'll find 12 dog-friendly restaurants to choose from here, along with two dog parks and a veterinarian. A great restaurant with an amazing view is Waterloo. Dogs can dine with their owners on the outdoor patio, where you'll even find dog treats and water bowls waiting for your pooch! If you're looking for a restaurant with a laid-back atmosphere, amazing dishes made from scratch, and some strong adult beverages to wash it all down with, you won't want to miss this spot!

Another great place to eat while you're here is Murphy’s Tap House. This establishment has a large patio with shaded picnic tables, which means you can dine outdoors with your dog come rain or shine. The staff will bring a water bowl and make sure your furry friend is comfortable while you enjoy your meal. Murphy's is a local favorite and is highly rated by residents and visitors alike.

After chowing down with your hound in Louisville, head to one of the city's two dog parks to burn those extra calories. No matter where you go in this city, you'll find something for you and your pooch to enjoy together!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Louisville, CO

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    Population Density 1,665/sq mi

    #1 Bella Vista Dr


    This pawesome neighborhood has the perfect park for your pooch! The Louisville Dog Park is an off-leash dog park that is completely fenced in. It is a pawpular spot for dogs and owners since it is so much fun. The park is divided into two sections; one section is where pups can run around on the grass and dirt, and the other gated section is where you can enter the pond area. Be sure to bring a towel or two, because your pooch will love taking a dip in the pond after working up a good pant with his new canine companions! Shade and seating are available, but you should always keep some supplies, like water and waste bags, on hand for outdoor excursions with your dog.

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    Population Density 1,665/sq mi

    #2 N McCaslin Blvd


    This dog-friendly neighborhood is home to the Davidson Mesa Dog Park. This dog park has a huge open area where dogs and their owners can explore. The park sits on a ridge and offers breathtaking views of the mountains. The area also has dirt covered trails for you and your pooch to hike. Something to keep in mind is that there is limited parking, no shade and nowhere to sit. This means that you will need to bring extra water for you and your furry friend, doggy waste bags and maybe something to provide shade if it gets too hot. Locals tend to let their dogs off-leash here, but the area isn't fenced, so be sure to keep a close eye on your pooch.

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    Population Density 19,148/sq mi

    #3 Lookout Mountain


    This furrific neighborhood is located 20 miles from Louisville, Colorado and is home to the Beaver Brook Trail. If you're not an experienced hiker, you may find this trail difficult. It is rocky in some spots, and the hike back up is more difficult than the hike down. It is located at the southern border of Clear Creek Canyon. Along the way, you'll see a river which crosses the trail at several points and is the pawfect place for your pooch to dip his paws. This hike has a wonderful view as well. You will want to pack water and supplies for cleaning up after your pooch. If you want a little bit of a challenge, bring your canine friend out for an adventure!

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    Population Density 504/sq mi

    #4 Union Reservoir


    Just 15 miles from Louisville, you'll find Union Reservoir Dog Beach. On the south side of the reservoir, you'll find a designated area where dogs can explore off-leash, as well as places where canine friends can swim. If you and your pooch leave this area, you will need to put them on a leash. The sand is a little gritty, but the water has easy access and you can get in (up to your waist) and play with your pooch in the water. There is a fence, but it is not very secure, so you will want to keep an eye on your furry friend. Visiting this area will set you back $8 per car. There is not much shade, but there are picnic tables where you can rest. Pack a cooler full of water and bring along some doggie waste bags for a day of fun in the sun!

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    Population Density 3,357/sq mi

    #5 Lowry Field


    This pawesome neighborhood is 21 miles from Louisville, Colorado and is home to the Lowry Dog Park. This dog park has more than enough room for your canine companion to run and romp with some new friends! The terrain is mostly flat ground with a few small mounds for your pooch to climb on. Something to keep in mind is that there is not very much shade or seating here. You will want to make sure you bring some water, something for shade, and some doggie waste bags to clean up after your pooch. Bring a Frisbee and enjoy playing catch with your furry friend!

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