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Dog Areas in Peyton

4 Parks
2 Trails
3 Shops
2 Eateries
4 Groomers

Pup and family friendly, Peyton is located about 25 miles northeast of Colorado Springs. This quaint, rural town offers areas to walk Fido and spend time with friends. Large homes with spacious backyards are perfect for dog lovers and their canine companions. The Drake Lake Open Space provides a path around the lake where you and your pooch can stroll and enjoy the view.

Fido’s health and happiness are important, and Peyton features 3 veterinarian clinics offering both routine and emergency care. If your pup needs vaccinations or a dental cleaning, the pet clinics are available to meet your needs. Finding healthy treats and supplies for your pooch is easy when shopping at Big R stores. You can even find specialty food for your pup and buy a new leash and collar at an affordable price.

Canine’s and their companions who enjoy camping will love the Falcon Meadow RV Campground. The family-owned campground features beautiful views of Pikes Peak, and families can walk Fido along the roads and admire the buffalo grass and large trees. When enjoying the central fire pit in the evening, you will probably see other pup owners spending quality time with their pooch and family.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Peyton

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    Population Density 2,223/sq mi

    #1 McLaughlin Road


    The Rock Island Regional Trail is one of the best features of the McLaughlin neighborhood. As a previously used railroad corridor, the trail is perfect to walk your pup and enjoy nature. This 23-mile trial parallel to Highway 24. The views are great, and you and your pup can see such stunning features as Pikes Peak, Rattlesnake Buttes, and Homestead Ranch. At the beginning of the Falcon Trailhead, you can take a break at the picnic tables and refill your water bottles. If you are looking for a treat, head over to Culver’s and enjoy a fresh frozen custard or a ButterBurger at one of the dog-friendly outdoor tables. 

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    Population Density 5,456/sq mi

    #2 Woodman Hills


    When searching for a peaceful area to walk your pup in the Woodman Hills neighborhood, head over to Balcon Park. Located on the corner of Lambert and Kingston Heath Road, you and your pooch can stroll through the large fields, and the kids can hang out at the playground. The lush grass is perfect for Fido to roll and romp, just make sure to bring your own waste bags and water bottles. Horseshoe Park is another option when walking your pooch. The trails around the park are perfect for exercising Fido while the kids play on the basketball court. 

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    Population Density 1,632/sq mi

    #3 Homestead Ranch


    Living in the Homestead Ranch neighborhood offers families and their pups an amazing park and historical area. Homestead Ranch Park is perfect for a family picnic with Fido, and you can stroll around the fishing pond while your pup frolics in the grass. You can refill water bottles at the restroom building and climb to the top of the trail to admire the windmill. You can either hike on the east or west loop for a total length of 3.3 miles. You need to keep your pooch on a leash as the area is also frequently used by horses. 

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    Population Density 2,520/sq mi

    #4 Meridian Ranch


    The Meridian Ranch neighborhood features a nice recreation center where the kids can play, and you can walk your pup in the open area and let him sniff and frolic in the grass. When you need a longer walk, The Greens Park is perfect. You will probably meet up with other puppy parents walking along the paths and enjoying the fresh air.  Peaceful and serene, the park is well kept, but you need to bring your own doggie waste bags and clean up after Fido.

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    Population Density 5,169/sq mi

    #5 Fox Run


    Twenty miles west of Peyton in the Fox Run neighborhood of Colorado Springs, pup owners can enjoy some great exercise at Fox Run Dog Park. Found in the middle of the 412-acre Regional Park, this dog park offers 5 acres of fenced area with a loop trail for walking laps. While Fido enjoys playing a game of fetch, his owners can relax on the benches and chat with other pup lovers. The park also offers doggie waste bags and trash cans, so you can clean up after Fido. Beautiful ponderosa pines overlooking the Spruce and Aspen Lakes are views that can be seen along the trails outside the dog park. Take the time to enjoy nature with your pooch all throughout this barkerific park.  

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