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Dog Areas in Regina

Regina is a very small community in Ada County, Idaho. This tight-knit town doesn’t have much to offer dog owners, but there are about fifty veterinarians available within twenty miles of town center. To take advantage of nearby dog-friendly amenities, take a quick trip to either Boise or Mountain Home, ID.

One of the most popular dog-friendly parks in Boise is the Kristin Armstrong Municipal Park. Just twenty minutes north of Regina, this park has plenty of shade, picnic tables, and access to the Boise River. Also native to Boise is the Military Reserve, a popular trail system right outside downtown. Complete with picnic tables and a ten-acre dog park, this hiking spot has trails available for every skill and energy level.

If you’re not in the mood for a hike or a trip to the dog park, bring Fido out to eat. Two restaurants in Mountain Home, ID -- Wingers and Smoky Mountain Pizzeria -- offer delicious American fare and dog-friendly outdoor seating. Wingers is known for its wings, sandwiches, and salads, and Smoky Mountain Pizzeria Grill is famed for its delicious pizza and pasta.

Although Regina itself is small, it is thankfully very close to larger cities with pup-friendly activities. As long as you’re up for a quick drive, Regina is a wonderful community away from urban noise and crowds.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Regina

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    Population Density 4,256/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Boise

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    If you’re looking for a great dog-friendly neighborhood, look no fur-ther than downtown Boise. It’s located about 26 miles from Regina, but it has plenty of fun activities for you and your pal! Your first stop should be the Morris Hill Park. This park has a large, 1-acre fenced area that serves as a designated dog park. The terrain is mostly wood chips with a little grass. You’ll find water bowls and drinking water available for your pal, as well as a picnic table where you can rest and relax while your pal plays. You’ll need to bring some cleanup bags, though, since these aren’t provided.
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    Population Density 4,484/sq mi

    #2 West Valley

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    This neighborhood has an amazing place for you to visit with your pup. Redwood Park is about 23 minutes from Regina, Idaho. Pay attention to the signs at this park; your pal is allowed off-leash in some areas during certain times of the day, but must remain on a leash in others. In designated areas, dogs are allowed off-leash from sunrise until 10am and from 4pm until sunset; at all other times they need to be on their leash. Your pooch will enjoy this well-kept, green grassy area to go for a relaxing walk with you. The park is not fenced in, so when your canine friend is off their leash, you will have to keep an eye on them. There are picnic tables for you to sit with your fur baby in the shade. Grab some water and poop bags and head on out to Redwood Park for a nice stroll!
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    Population Density 524/sq mi

    #3 Nampa

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    Come visit the Nampa Dog Park with your pooch; we promise you’ll have a blast! This neighborhood is located 39 miles from Regina, Idaho and loves dogs. This off-leash dog park is 6 acres and offers your pup plenty of op-paw-tunities to exercise and socialize. The park is securely fenced and has plenty of grass and even a small creek for your pal to splash in! You’ll also find dirt-covered walking trails here, with benches to rest along the way. Don’t forget to be a good pet parent and bring along some waste bags; after all, no one likes a litterbug!
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    Population Density 966/sq mi

    #4 Meridian

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    Just 25 miles from Regina, you’ll find the pup-friendly city of Meridian, which is home to a pawesome dog park. The Storey Bark Park is a fantasy world for dogs and their owners. This 2.25-acre fenced-in park has 2 separate areas depending on the size of your pooch. Pay attention to which area you’re in; some areas allow off-leash play, but in other parts of the park, your pal must be on-leash. Your four-legged friend can socialize with other pups or you can take them on a nice scenic walk on the trails here; just keep in mind that the trails might get hot for their paws since they are paved. There is also a variety of ground surfaces for your pooch to explore. This park has it all: water fountains for humans and dogs, restrooms for owners, shade shelters, clean up stations and even dog-themed signs!
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    Population Density 1,853/sq mi

    #5 Sunset

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    If you and your pooch are looking for a relaxing time together, you won’t want to miss Sunset Park in this dog-friendly Boise neighborhood. Sunset Park has a beautiful nature vibe and is a huge 10-acre park with 4.3 of those acres dedicated to the dog park. The only time your pooch can be off their leash is in the early morning from sunrise until 10am; at all other times, they need to be on a leash. There is a grassy open field for your pooch to run around in during their time off the leash. The paved walkways make the pawfect place for a quick stroll. Just be mindful of your pup’s paws in summer, since hot asphalt can burn their paws. Grab a leash, some water and poop bags for a great day with your pooch in a relaxing environment.
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