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Dog Areas in El Prado

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Surrounded by the beauty of the mountains, El Prado offers a variety of outdoor activities for pups and their parents. The small-town features unique adobe homes and a desert landscape with majestic mountains in the background, creating a perfect atmosphere to stroll with your pup and enjoy a warm sunny day. When your pampered pooch needs veterinarian care, the Johnson Veterinarian Clinic can be found on Highway US 64 in Taos.

If you are traveling through New Mexico, the Taos Monte Bello RV Park on US 64 is a fun destination for the entire family. The friendly staff and owners will help you set up, and the park is located on five acres of open space. You can walk your pooch through the park as long as you keep him on a leash and bring some doggie waste bags. There are hiking trails nearby, and even a special area where you can take Fido for some exercise. The playground is perfect to keep the kids entertained, and you can have a picnic or BBQ with your friends and their furry companions.

Another unique option for accommodations in El Prado is the Scrabble House Compound on Camino Del Cielo/ Hwy 150 north of El Prado. The home features five bedrooms and an enclosed yard where your pup can run around and play. The area offers a variety of vacation rentals, just be sure to mention you will be traveling with your pup.

Whether you enjoy the beauty of the historic southwest, or skiing and hiking in the beautiful mountains, El Prado is a wonderful destination for you and your pup.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in El Prado

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    Population Density 2,709/sq mi

    #1 West El Prado

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    If you are searching for an interesting place to walk your pup, head over to the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge just 10 miles west of town. You can stroll with your pooch over the pedestrian bridge and look down over the spectacular gorge. There is a rest area nearby where you can let your pup run around and sniff the grass and bushes, and a picnic area that is perfect for a quick snack. You will want to keep Fido on a leash, as you might see a herd of mountain sheep grazing alongside the road. On the way home, plan to stop by Taos Mesa Brewing for a local craft beer. You and your pups can relax on the patio and enjoy traditional pub food with an amazing view of the mountains. 

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    #2 Taos Historic District

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    About five minutes south of El Prado, you and Fido can enjoy spending the day at Kit Carson Park in Taos. There are 19-acres of open space featuring a three-quarter mile jogging or walking path around the outside of the park. The open fields are perfect for a game of fetch with your pup. Kids will have fun on the playground, and you can relax on a bench and watch them play. If you are looking for some outdoor gear, Taos Mountain Outfitters on N. Plaza allows you to shop with your leashed pup in the store. You can find a variety of camping and athletic wear to prepare for a hike with your pooch. Before heading home, stop by Alley Cantina where you and Fido can relax on the patio and enjoy a margarita and green chili cheeseburgers. 

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    Population Density 2,630/sq mi

    #3 Southwest Taos/ Cam Del Medio

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    The Fred Baca Park is located 3 miles southeast of El Prado in the town of Taos, and offers a wonderful area to walk Fido on a leash. The park features shade to get out of the sun, and a walking path where you can admire the native trees and plants with your pooch. The kids can play on the playground, and you can sit on a bench while your pup rolls around in the grass and dirt. Covered picnic tables are perfect for an afternoon snack, and the park also offers clean restrooms and a fountain where you can refill water bottles. If you are feeling hungry, stop over at Jethro’s Genuine Texas Barbeque where the pet-friendly picnic tables are perfect for enjoying some BBQ with family and friends. 

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    #4 Taos Canyon

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    The Taos Canyon neighborhood features the Devisadero Loop Trail 108 where you and your pup can enjoy amazing views. Devisadero means “lookout” point, and here you can peer over the Taos Canyon and admire the beautiful wildflowers and plants below. From this spot, you will see the town of Taos, the Rio Grande River, and the San Antonio Mountains. The trail has some rugged portions, so be prepared and wear your hiking shoes. Fido will love sniffing the plants along the way, but make sure to keep him on a leash.

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    #5 Arroyo Hondo

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    The Manby Hot Springs Trail is located about 10 miles northwest of El Prado, and offers an interesting hike to a beautiful hot spring. You can walk with your pup along the trail, but be prepared for some rugged terrain – you will need good hiking boots. You can make it to the springs in about 25 minutes, and Fido can sniff all the plants along the way. You and your pooch can relax near the springs and enjoy some peace and quiet, and a cold bottle of water. Be sure to keep your pup on a leash, as you just might meet some mountain goats grazing along the way. 

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