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Dog Areas in Yuma, CO

5 Parks
1 Trail
2 Groomers

The small town of Yuma makes people with dogs feel at home. Two veterinary clinics serve the four-legged residents by providing routine and emergency care.  The city has dedicated five locations for public recreational use. The five public parks give folks with a canine family member a place to get out on a leash and stretch those paws.  

North Park is one of the smaller parks featuring a green space, a playground, a gazebo and a picnic site.  The City Park is a prime location for a visit with your pup.  This park has 2.5 acres of open space, picnic sites, and two gazebos for a break from the sun on one of those summer outings.  

Lake Yuma, which is also known as "The Duck Pond", is the town's premier destination for outdoor exercise.  This lovely oasis features plenty of picnic benches, a playground, and a gazebo.  A train caboose marks this location and adds to its rural charm.  The .43-mile walking path gets people out and about with their canine companion. It is a favorite gathering spot for folks walking their dogs.  A meet and greet sniff while out on the path makes it a place to socialize as well. 

Other parks include Hanson Park and Star Park. These smaller parks offer more limited amenities but are a welcome destination for a person and dog needing a change in scenery.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Yuma, CO

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    Population Density 740/sq mi

    #1 Wray City Limits

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    Wray is twenty-eight miles east of Yuma.  This community is an excellent place to visit if you are a person traveling with one or more canine friends.  Cobblestone Inn & Suites at 35952 Hwy 385 welcomes you and up to three dogs of any size.  This hotel offers pet-friendly rooms equipped with all the standard amenities, including free Wi-Fi. An additional fee of $25 per dog per night applies.  For some outside exercise, the town has four parks for you and your pup to check out together.  Make sure to bring a leash!  All four city parks have paved bike trails for you and your leashed furry friend to check out.  Rainbow Park has a walking track too.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,134/sq mi

    #2 Brush City Limits

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    Brush is less than an hour's drive west of Yuma.  This very welcoming community of about 5,000 residents will make you and your pup's visit a comfortable one.  Rodeway Inn at 1208 N. Colorado Avenue accommodates a guest with up to two canine traveling companions.  This hotel adds a charge of $10 per dog per night.  If camping is more your style, Brush is the town for you.  Brush operates a municipal campground with all hookups. The campground is on Clayton Street and is close to the Brush downtown area and its other parks.  Prairie Trails Park on S. Clayton Street has plenty of green spaces for you and your leashed buddy to check out. A fishing pond with a paved walkway will give you and your four-legged pal some decent exercise outside.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,837/sq mi

    #3 Sterling City Limits

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    Sterling is fifty-seven miles north of Yuma. This destination will make a dog's day!  Overland Recreational Area is a city park dedicated to the needs of canines in mind. This open green area is a leash-free zone. Dogs with good manners may explore the paved and dirt walkways in the park without a leash.  A large pond is open for some dog swimming adventures. While visiting Sterling, there are many options for dog-friendly lodging.  The Best Western hotel is at 125 Overland Trail. This hotel allows guests to bring up to two dogs weighing no more than 80 pounds. The hotel charges $20 per dog per night.  The Super 8 on Highway 61 will accommodate two dogs of any size for $10 per dog per night.  The Ramada Inn on US6 will accept two dogs of any size for $25 per dog per night.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,300/sq mi

    #4 Holyoke City Limits

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    Holyoke is fifty-eight miles north of Yuma. This town is tiny but it has some amenities for a traveler with a furry family member.  Cobblestone Inn & Suites at 805 S. Interocean Avenue will make you and your pup feel right at home. This hotel caters to folks with four-legged friends!  The hotel features numerous pet-friendly rooms.  All the standard amenities are included as well as free Wi-Fi. The hotel features a fitness center and a restaurant. The hotel charges an additional fee of $25 per dog per night. If you and your pup need a good stretch after too much car ride, head on over to nearby Rainbow Park on E. Kellogg.  This open grassy has paved walkways and picnic tables.  A leash will be needed for the outing.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,472/sq mi

    #5 North Fort Morgan

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    The journey from Yuma to Fort Morgan is sixty-three miles to the west.  Fort Morgan has a couple of hotels that roll out the red carpet for people traveling with a furry pal.  Rodeway Inn at 1409 Barlow Road will make you and up to two dogs of no more than 50 pounds. The dog-friendly rooms cost an additional fee of $15 for each dog per night.  Another hotel in town is Best Western.  This dog-friendly hotel takes guests with as many as two pups weighing no more than 80 pounds. The additional fee here is $20 per dog per night.  For some good eats, you and your four-legged companion can go to El Jacal Mexican Grill at 903 Main Street.  Outdoor tables seat you and your pup. El Jacal's is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner.
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