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Dog Areas in Boise

8 Parks
1 Trail
14 Eateries
30 Groomers

Surrounded by miles of magnificent rolling foothills, Boise is famously regarded as a beautiful city to call home. Grab your leash and take your canine companion for the walk of a lifetime on the Boise River Greenbelt, an incredibly scenic paved trail which extends more than twenty miles throughout the Boise area.

You’re both going to be tired after such an epic walk. Thankfully, the Riverside Hotel has you covered and welcomes up to two pets per room for a small additional fee. If long walks aren’t your thing, and your pup prefers to let loose in the park instead, the spacious Redwood Park allows off-leash playtime during designated hours of the day.

No matter which outdoor activity you choose to engage in while in Boise, you’ll be sure to work up an appetite. For a good time and a great meal, visit Westside Drive-In. This outstanding Fifties-themed burger shack serves meals by car or counter and is totally pet-friendly.

Boise also happens to be the home of the Treasure Valley Dog Show, which features over 1,200 of the top dogs (no pun intended) from around the nation competing in AKC Companion sports such as agility, obedience, rally, and karting. Think your dog has what it takes?

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Boise

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 16,879/sq mi

    #1 Castle Hill

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    Castle Hill has a 7 acre park, with specific zones available for designated off-leash play. Tennis courts, basketball courts, playgrounds, and other luxuries are provided for human fun too. Dogs are allowed off-leash during certain times of the day and are free to romp and play, but during the other times dogs are asked to be leashed for safety purposes. The wide range of greenery makes being in the park fun for both dog and owner. Why not play a few games of ball in these open fields or go for a one-on-one walk with your furry friend for exercise in this local Boise Park?

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    Population Density 4,520/sq mi

    #2 Sunset

    36

    Sunset Park is as beautiful as the name implies. With 10 acres for dog use during designated hours, the parks of Sunset are filled with wide open spaces and shady trees. This local park is a good place to start for new dog owners and a happy alternative for experienced dog owners looking for a smaller park to visit. There are times during the day where all dogs are required to be leashed, but during the othee times, dogs are free to romp in the closed in areas for safe play. With luscious trees, a beautiful view of the skyline, and well-kept grass to roll around in, this local park is a doggy heaven.

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    Population Density 7,267/sq mi

    #3 Winstead Park

    24

    Winstead is a beautiful dog-friendly community. Winstead Park is a doggie’s dream. Amenities include a pool and waterslide, tennis courts, and local shelters available for use. During certain times of the day, dogs are requested to be leashed, but that does not take the fun of a new environment away. However, during the other times of the day, dogs can play safely off-leash in the separated, fenced areas. The local park has grassy fields and shady trees to make you feel as comfortable as possible while enjoying the sunshine with your furry friend. The local park in Winstead is the perfect place for your dog to let off some energy and have loads of happy dog fun.

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    Population Density 17,844/sq mi

    #4 Redwood

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    Redwood Park is home to a playground, a pond, and plenty of lush, green grass.  There are areas where dogs are allowed off-leash to roll around in the freshly cut grass with new doggy friends. Benches and water fountains are available throughout the park, so you can stop to rest or grab a drink after a long day of play. The park is also lined with trees, which provide plenty of much-needed shade on those dog days of summer. With the occasional wind blowing through the tree leaves, Redwood is the perfect neighborhood for a relaxing day with your best friend.

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    Population Density 45,084/sq mi

    #5 Pine Grove

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    Pine Grove is a quaint neighborhood in the heart of Boise, where children and dogs both love to play. A playground is available for children to burn off some energy. Tennis courts are available for the sporty types, and fenced spacious areas are available for dogs to romp through. Benches and covered areas are provided to maximize the comfort of on looking pet parents. As a smaller park, this area would be suitable for first-time dog park goers, and for dog owners seeking more one-on-one time with their dogs. Whether for a long run throughout the fenced areas of the park or for a leashed walk around the perimeter, Pine Grove will be a definite tail wagging experience for your dog.

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