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Dog Areas in Hailey

7 Parks
4 Trails
18 Shops
20 Eateries
3 Groomers

Hailey, Idaho is a small-town community that prides itself on having old-school values. It is a barkingly awesome place to vacay with your dog because in a matter of minutes you can get out of town and into some furtastic hiking trails. You will love the small town feel as you stroll through the neighboorhood; be sure to check out some of Hailey's little-known fur trade history as you walk. After all, it is the love of the animal fur that brought the original settlers to the area. Hailey is also a leader in Green!, which is a movement encouraging the community to live more sustainable lives. The community has many projects to help reach this goal. 

Hop Porter Park is a hidden gem in the city's center. It is tucked away but has many family fun options. You can walk the short trail along the trees that passes over a small stream. The playground is a great place to play with your kids as well. For a more exciting time, be sure to check out the ball fields for as the kid's teams play.

Curtis Park is something that you don't see that often. It is a wide-open field that is open to the public. It is a great place to fly a kite, play ball, or just enjoy the sunshine. It is proof that great spaces don't have to be busy spaces.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hailey

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 32/sq mi

    #1 Greenway

    Right in the heart of the Greenway, which is a natural green reserve,  you will find Draper Big Wood River Preserve. This is an entanglement of trails that you and your dog can spend all day long walking. The 84 acres is set aside for water conservation as well as nature viewing. It is a quiet spot to bird watch! You and your dog will love the fresh air that you get here. This is an on-leash area that is strictly enforced. You must clean up after your dog to preserve the natural feel of the land. Please remember to bring drinking water.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 32/sq mi

    #2 Wood River Valley

    The Wood River Trails connect the Wood River Valley. This is a thirty-mile trail system that was established by the Rails-to-Trails Conservation Effort.These trails connect Hailey to other cities, including Ketchum. Along the way, you will pass through many communities, parks, and even neighborhoods. You will need a leash. You will also want to have doggie waste bags with you. There are a few rest areas, water fountains, and pet-friendly restaurants along the way, but you should carry water with you anyway. For a great weekend trip, start at one end of the trails and walk it completely.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 32/sq mi

    #3 City Center

    Right in the middle of Hailey, you will find a place called Parks, Trails, and Gardens. At first glance, this seems like an office similar to the public works or recreation. While it is an office of sorts, you should start your visit here. The coordinate volunteers to put together a city garden where anyone, kids included, can help plant and care for the gardens, trails, and parks. From this starting point, you will find a posted map before walking along the trails that weave around the city. Some trails just loop the city, while others end at the park or garden. It is quite the little hidden gem.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 32/sq mi

    #4 Downtown

    Did someone say pizza? (No? Well, we just did!) You can your dog can come on over to Wiseguy Pizza and grab a slice to share with your furry friend. This Fido-friendly establishment prides itself on using fresh ingredients. You can count on the pizza being made fresh for every order, with real whole milk mozzarella cheese. You can even bring your dog with you to get a belly full! They ask that dogs stay on a leash and that they are with you at all times. Don't forget to bring your precious pup's collapsible water bowl. Bone Appetit!
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  5. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 32/sq mi

    #5 1st Street

    Looking up the history of Java Coffee and Cafe will make you do a double-take. Todd, the owner, said he created it because he wanted somewhere to hang out and show off his sister's recipes. The result is a barking cool place to grab a bite to eat! Be sure that your dog can handle loud music because there is always rock n roll playing a little bit too loud. Whether you want to meet with a group of friends or just hang out with your fur buddy, this is is a furrific place to be. Just don't forget that leash and water bowl.
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