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Dog Areas in Caldwell, ID

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All the residents of Caldwell, Idaho, both owners and pet care professionals, make sure all the animals in the city are taken care of.

Although there are no designated dog parks in Caldwell, plenty of places exist for pets and their owners to enjoy the great outdoors together. The city of Caldwell maintains 14 parks. All of them, with the exception of Brothers Park and a section of Pipe Dreams Park, permit pets. For all the other parks, the rules state pets must be kept on leashes at all times and owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets.

A couple of restaurants in the area have a pet-friendly policy. Both the Dutch Goose and the Ste Chapelle Winery have outdoor patios where well-behaved pooches are welcome to accompany their owners.

La Quinta Inn and the Best Western Plus allow pets in their rooms. Guests at La Quinta Inn may bring two pets with no extra charge to the La Quinta Inn. The Best Western Plus also allows two pets, but they have a charge per pet. They will sometimes allow three pets, but only with prior management approval. Be sure to check current pet policies before bringing your pets with you.

Both you and your pets can have fun times together when you visit the pet-friendly city of Caldwell, ID.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Caldwell, ID

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 137/sq mi

    #1 Meridian

    Meridian, Idaho is a 20-minute drive from Caldwell, but the dog-friendly atmosphere and activities are well worth the drive. Boasting a five-star rating, the local dog park is fully fenced in with separating areas for big and small dogs. Dogs can be either leashed or unleashed depending on owner preference. Restrooms, water fountains, and shade is also provided to maximize comfort to all park goers. Agility equipment in the park is free to use for obedience training and for mental stimulation. With adorable doggy-themed street signs, this beautiful community boosts a welcoming atmosphere for all dog owners.
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  2. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 2,114/sq mi

    #2 Nampa

    Nampa is just a short distance from Caldwell and has a very dog-friendly community. In the local parks, dogs are provided a safe place to socialize while exercising. The local parks are around 6 acres each, and offer off-leash play for dogs of all sizes. Separate areas are available if you are a bit timid about having your smaller dog around larger ones, but all dogs tend to be friendly in the local parks here. Walking trails intertwine throughout these parks to appease the nature loving pet owners who would rather exercise alongside their dogs. Benches are provided for pet owners who are looking to sit back with a good book while their dogs play nearby. So whether you are looking for a trail to exercise with your dog or just an area for your dog to roam and make new friends, your dog will thank you for driving the distance.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,705/sq mi

    #3 Weiser

    Although a little less than an hour from Caldwell, Weiser is a beautiful community to explore with your dog. If you and your dog are nature lovers, then this is the destination for you! With an interesting rail-trail combination, the local trails of Weiser are extremely unique to the area. The dversified trees and flowers on these trails are beautiful in early spring and summer. The enticing smells of wild animals and fellow hikers are definitely going to be fascinating to your fur-legged companion. Whether taking a brief walk or hiking the full trail, your dog will surely find Weiser a place of true happiness.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 497/sq mi

    #4 Midvale

    Midvale is around an hour from metropolitan Caldwell, with a beautiful trail intertwining nature and dogs perfectly. With the paved pathway throughout, the trail will be a perfect place to bring Fido along to. Previously a railroad, now the trail is part of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy organization that prides itself in connecting forgotten railings to corridors. You definitely do not need to be an experienced hiker to enjoy the natural beauty of the local Midvale trails. With beautiful plants and enchanting birds singing in the tree lines, do not miss this beautiful trail with Fido.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,891/sq mi

    #5 Council

    Although a little further from Caldwell, Council Idaho is home to a beautiful trail for all nature lovers. If you love hiking and wish to bring your favorite companion with you for a whirlwind adventure, then look no further. With a gentle breeze rustling from the tree branches, crinkling leaves under paws, and the distinctly fresh smell of open air, the trails of Council provide a peaceful getaway from the hustle of work and responsibility. If you are looking for a natural oasis, then the city of Council is a peaceful little town where all dogs are welcome to visit.
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