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Dog Areas in Bozeman

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Bozeman, Montana is dubbed as a “dream town” by Bizjournal online and praised by National Geographic Adventure for offering a high quality of life. It is bounded by mountains such as the Bridger Mountains, Big Belt Mountains, and the Gallatin Range, to name a few. It is one of the top towns known for its museums, outdoor adventures, collegiate athletics, unique & historic district, and the Yellowstone National Park.

Burke Park is a 40-acre nonfenced dog park that became an off-leash park since 1997. It has lots of open space for your pup to run freely around. Considered as the “Main Street to the Mountains,” your pup will be happily trotting in the numerous trails of the park like the Wortman Spur Trail, Highland Ridge Trail and the Simkins Spur Trail. One of its best features is Peet’s Hill where you can enjoy sledding during winter. Watch the beautiful sunset on the hill to perfectly end your day! The Bozeman Pond has a designated area called Canine Beach where you can take your furry friend for a swim. There is a small fenced, off-leash area and a pond where your dog can have fun splashing or simply swim. Canine Beach is located near the west end of the pond and is open from 8 AM to 10 PM daily.

An adventure awaits you in Bozeman! Spend the day in the outdoors, enjoy the sunset, explore their trails and have fun skiing. Whatever the season is, there’s no better way to spend your vacation, holiday or weekends than being in Bozeman!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bozeman

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    Population Density 5,822/sq mi

    #1 Cooper Park


    Cooper Park and Southside Park are two of the best parks in this neighborhood, making Cooper Park (the neighborhood!) a great place to reside for both dogs and their human companions! Whether you are looking for an easy walk or a day out in the sun, either of these parks will impress. For the more adventurous out there, a quick drive east is Burke Park. Burke Park is a great place to take your pooch off leash and let him or her run free! Remember to bring your leash to be safe going in and out of the park!

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    Population Density 1,136/sq mi

    #2 Bozeman


    Residents of the neighborhood of Bozeman, inside the city of Bozeman, have it good! Dog owners and their four-legged companions have Bozeman Pond near their home where they get to enjoy lots of land to run around in, play, and relax in. An added bonus for the pups is the local dog park and dog beach. Both are off leash, and super dog friendly. Canine Beach features a designated dog area and a beach set aside just for the pups! This spot is a great treat for your pal to enjoy the water and fun in the sun!

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    Population Density 953/sq mi

    #3 Valley West


    Lots of people want to have green space and lakes in the neighborhoods they live in, and residents who call Valley West home have both! This smaller and friendly neighborhood is quaint with lots of land. No matter where your home is in the community, you are walking distance to Valley West Park and Meyers Lake. A loop surrounds the lake where dog owners and their pooches can spend some time getting some fresh air, and throwing sticks into the water for the pups to fetch! The Valley West Park itself has covered picnic tables where you and your pal can rest after your walk and enjoy the scenery. Trees are throughout the park and are lots of fun to run through while playing a game of chase!

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    Population Density 132/sq mi

    #4 Marwyn Addition


    Being a smaller neighborhood doesn’t stop Marwyn Addition from being one of the best neighborhoods to call home for both dogs and their owners! Being right along Lindley Park means that pups and their humans can utilize the green space and enjoy a day wandering the trails, taking in the views, throwing a ball or Frisbee around, having a picnic, and so much more! The pawsibilities are endless. Once you are done at the park, head on over to ‘The Garage’, a burger and sandwich joint, to grab a drink or meal and sit on the dog friendly patio!

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    Population Density 1,437/sq mi

    #5 Valley Unit


    Valley Unit is a wonderful neighborhood for dogs and their owners alike. It’s no wonder that this neighborhood is rated as one of the best to call home, especially for those families with four legged members. The neighborhood itself is centrally located, meaning that residents have quick access to the parks and ponds in the surrounding neighborhoods, oftentimes even within walking distance! In the neighborhood of Valley Unit itself is Valley Unit Park, featuring paths where residents and their companions can go for a walk and take in a breath of fresh air, morning, afternoon, or night!

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