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Dog Areas in Parshall

3 Trails
6 Eateries

Parhsall is a small mountain town in Grand County, Colorado. The town is so small, it only takes up 190-acres of land. This beautiful area sits along the north banks of the Colorado River and holds a few great trails that you and your pup can explore. There are no veterinarians in Parshall, but there is one you can visit down the road in Granby.

Take your dog on a great hike along the Lake Evelyn Trail. This trail is rated as difficult since it is 4.9-miles long with a 1,148-foot elevation gain and an out and back route type. The trail takes you through the Arapaho National Forest in nearby Denver, and eventually to a lake where you and Fido can stop for some water. If Fido is looking for an easier hike, head over to the Keyser Creek Trail which offers a 19-mile hike that will start in Parshall and end in Fraser if you complete the entire hike. The trail offers numerous campsites along the river, so if you want to spend some time outdoors this is a great trail to choose. 

Grab a bite to eat at the Parshall Inn. This pawsome authentic roadside diner has a friendly atmosphere and a dog-friendly outdoor patio that you and Fido can chow down on. Their menu has an array of options like prime rib, fried chicken, and seafood platters that your dog will be drooling over. Locals recommend grabbing a beer to compliment any meal you choose. 

Your pup will have a great time exploring this mountain city with you by his side, especially after seeing the amazing hiking trails and restaurants the two of you can enjoy yourself at. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Parshall

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 121/sq mi

    #1 Berthoud Falls

    The Butler Trail is a great 4.9-mile trail that you and Fido can hike along for a good walk. The trail has a 1,502-foot elevation gain with an out and back route type and is known to be difficult to hike. While you hike, you will be taken through the Arapaho National Forest where you will see a beautiful waterfall. The trail is well marked, so you won't get lost, but the majority of the hike is steep and will take you above the tree lines, so make sure you and Fido are well equipped to hike this difficult trail together. Located twenty miles out of Parshall in Berthoud Falls, your dog will love exploring this trail and forest with you. 
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 22/sq mi

    #2 Hot Sulphur Springs

    Enjoy a great day out at the park with your furry pal at the Pioneer Park. This 80-acre park offers fishing, mountain biking, picnicking, restrooms, and camping. Your dog is more than welcome to join you inside of Pioneer Park as long as he remains on a leash, and you make sure to clean-up after him. Your dog will love exploring the hiking trails throughout the park. This pawsome park is only five miles away from Parshal,l making it a quick trip for you and Fido to get in some pawsome outdoor adventure.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 24/sq mi

    #3 Granby

    Take a hike on the Doe Creek Trail with your furry pal beside you. This pawsome trail will take you through the Arapaho National Forest and right by Lake Granby. You and Fido will hike 6.3-miles with an elevation gain of 1,535-feet on a loop style route. The trail is covered by trees to help keep you and Fido shaded, and it is well marked throughout the hike so you don't get lost. The best thing about this trail is Fido doesn't have to be on a leash while you are hiking, but make sure to bring water along with you. Located in Granby and fifteen miles out of Parshall, your pup will love checking out this trail.
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    Population Density 11/sq mi

    #4 Winter Park

    If Fido isn't up for a hike, then head over to Hideaway Park for a good day out together. This dogtastic park offers tons of amenities for you and Fido, including a playground, fire pit, sun shades, covered picnic tables, and a huge hill that your pup can run up and down. During the winter time, this park tends to get really popular, so make sure Fido is up to socialize when you are there. Take advantage of the great walking trail around the park and take Fido for a walk. Keep your dog on a leash, and don't forget your water and clean-up bags as well. Grab a bite to eat at the Idlewild Spirits Distillery. This casual bar and distillery offers a wide menu of drinks and delicious food like truffle fries. Their outdoor patio welcomes to you to bring Fido along and enjoy a nice drink together. Just thirty miles out of Parshall in Winter Park, your dog will love this park.
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    Population Density 133/sq mi

    #5 Estes Park

    Gab Fido and head out to the Rocky Mountain National Park. This beautiful park offers over 415-square miles of land to explore plus 300-miles of hiking trails that are surrounded by wildflowers and wildlife. The park offers camping and hiking, plus wildlife viewing. While visiting this massive park make sure to keep your dog on a leash and pay attention to signs since there are some areas of the park your dog isn't allowed in. Located on the edge of Estes Parks in the Colorado mountains, this park is only 20-mile away and the perfect weekend getaway for you and your pup.
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