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Dog Areas in Vail, CO

9 Parks
2 Trails
14 Eateries
4 Groomers
Vail is a beautiful small town in the Vail Mountains, set in the White River National Forest. This ski resort town is filled with great hiking trails to use, parks to explore, and an array of different restaurants to eat a good meal at with your pup. With one veterinarian in town, your dog will be well taken care of while you are adventuring in Vail.

Take Fido out for a great hike in the Pitkin Lake Trail. This trail is 8.8-miles long and has a pretty high elevation gain, making you and Fido feel the burn and get some good exercise. The trail will take you to Pitkin Lake and offers a beautiful view of the mountains surrounding you. 

Head out to La Tour for a delicious bite to eat with your furry pal. They offer tasty French food with wine pairings that will be perfect after a long day. If French isn't on the menu, check out Tavern on the Square. They offer a great selection of food, like fried chicken or pork chops, and even have a special dog menu. Both of these restaurants offer patios where Fido can dine alongside you. 

Get a good night's rest at the plethora of hotels that Vail has to offer. Evergreen Lodge at Vail, Four Seasons Hotel Vail, The Sebastian Vail, and the Holiday Inn Apex Vail all welcome your furry pal to sleep in comfort with you before beginning the next adventure.

Your pup will love hanging around and exploring Vail with you. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Vail, CO

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 46/sq mi

    #1 East Vail

    Let Fido have some fun off leash time at the Bighorn Park Off Leash Dog Park. The park features a pond, a small walking trail, and grass for fetch. Be aware that the park is not fenced in, so make sure your pup has good recall before taking him off leash. If your dog doesn't want to socialize, hang around Bighorn Park and get a good walk in together. The park has a lake, playground, picnic area with a grill, and a large grass area. If your pup decides to swim, be careful since people do fish in the lake and don't forget your clean-up bags.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 19/sq mi

    #2 Frontage Road

    The Booth Falls and Lake Trail is a beautful 8-mile hike through the White River National Forest that Fido will love exploring with you. The trail is known to be a moderate hike with a 1,505-foot elevation gain, in an out and back route. There are some rocky and steep sections on the hike, so be prepared and keep your dog on a leash at all times when hiking the trails. The trail offers beautiful views of the mountains, forest, and a waterfall. In the winter, this trail does get covered with snow, so make sure you are prepared.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 131/sq mi

    #3 Bridge Street/ Gore Creek Drive

    Take your four legged friend out to Stephens Park for a fun day out off leash. The dog park area here doesn't offer much, but all Fido needs is lush grass that the park has and the plethora of other dogs to play with. The park offers benches for owners, and a clean-up station in case you forget your bags. Since this area is near the river, your dog can jump in and swim if he wants to. The park is not fenced in, so make sure Fido has a good recall before you let him off leash. Besides the dog area, Stephens Park has a nice walking trail that you and your pup can get a good afternoon walk in on. After a fun day out at the park, stop into Vendetta's Italian Restaurant for a bite to eat. The staff is friendly and brings your pup a fresh bowl of water on their outdoor patio where your pup can dine alongside you.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 67/sq mi

    #4 Lionshead Place/ W Lionshead Circle

    After a great day out, stop into the numerous different dog friendly restaurants that Vail has to offer. Blue Moose Pizza offers a quaint environment and delicious pizza that your pup will be drooling over. Garfinkel's dishes out classic American favorites like sandwiches, burgers, and pasta that pairs perfectly with the beer menu they offer. Bart and Yeti's has tasty American cuisine in a rustic setting. Their menu includes tasty fares like wings, Irish nachos, and buffalo chicken sandwiches. All of these great restaurants have dog friendly patios and welcome your furry pal to dine with you before heading out on your next adventure.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 368/sq mi

    #5 Vail Valley Drive

    The Vail Nature Center is a fantastic area to visit with your four legged friend by your side. The nature center offers a great area that you and your pup can explore with programs and tours that your dog is welcome to join you on. The nature center has trails that you both can walk. If you get lucky, the tour guides will even host a special hike that is specifically catered to dogs. When you visit, make sure to bring plenty of water with you since the area doesn't offer shade.
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