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Dog Areas in Colbert, WA

Colbert, Washington was named after the postmaster in 1902. Prior to that, it was called Dragoon. Dragoon was the name of the creek that ran through the area. This area was a major trade hub for the town because of its location on the Spokane River, right off Oregon Trail. This brought in new settlers on a regular basis. Most just stopped for a little while before moving on to other places to settle permanently. Mining, and later foresting, were both major sources of income for Colbert. Workers would escape to Colbert to raise their families. 

The historic town of Colbert does have some dog-friendly amenities, including some beautiful walking trails that will take you along the mining lanes. They can be dangerous and are only open during the summer months. You are never allowed to go in the mine, but you can walk your leashed dog along the paths. Some of them have historical markers along the way. You can find a complete map at the visitor center in the main hall.

If you would like to venture out a little ways, visit the city of Spokane with your pup. There, you'll find many more conventional amenities for dogs and owners, including parks, restaurants, and trails.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Colbert, WA

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    Population Density 1,073/sq mi

    #1 Moran Prairie

    South Hill Dog Park is less than fifteen miles from Colbert. It features a large fenced area with a double gate to keep your dog safe. You will find that the watering stations are well-maintained and always have access to clean fresh drinking water for your dog. You and your dog can make new friends while you are playing fetch or chasing sticks. There is even a small wooded in an area that will give your dog something to explore. The cleaning stations are fully stocked, and the trash is taken out regularly. Come let your dog enjoy a little off-leash playtime at this pawesome park!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 174/sq mi

    #2 Latah Valley

    High Bridge Park has been a great place for you to come with your dog for a long time. They have trails to walk, places to play fetch, and even a picnic area. Recently, they added Spokanimal Dog Park as well. This is a fenced-in area designed for you to be able to let your dog off of his leash so that he can run and play. The amenities are still a work-in-progress, so you'll need to bring your own supplies, including water. They do have trash cans that are changed regularly, but you still need to bring your own doggie waste bags.
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    Population Density 130/sq mi

    #3 Iller Creek Conservation Area

    Take a short, fifteen-minute trip and come on over to Iller Creek Conservation Area. You and your dog will love exploring the ecosystem here that's unlike any other. The trail system here is about two miles long. You will enjoy marveling at the views as you take a walk through the countryside. While you are here, you will need to keep your dog on his leash. There are a few streams to splash in, but you will want to carry your own drinking water. Be sure to bring a camera, because this natural space is the perfect place for a photo op with your pup!
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    Population Density 1,789/sq mi

    #4 Indiana Ave

    Cafe Rio Mexican Grill is going to be your newest favorite spot for some Mexican food that will melt your senses. Everything this Fido-friendly joint serves is made fresh to order every single day. You can bring your dog to help you finish off some fajitas, chips and salsa, or even some classic nachos. The grill always has something sizzling that will have your mouth watering before you even step in the door. So if you're in the mood to chow down on some tacos with your hound -- and who isn't? -- get in the car and take the fifteen-mile trip to Spokane Valley!
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    Population Density 130/sq mi

    #5 Montgomery Ave

    The Ambrosia Bistro and Wine Bar have a beautiful patio area that welcomes dogs to share a meal with their owners. It's located in a peaceful little slice of the city that's only about fifteen miles from you. You can get hummus and pita chips that rival anything you have ever had. The locals rave over the Asian pork wings here. If you have a sweet tooth, they have a large dessert menu that has everything from chocolate cake to cheesecake. All of this makes it worth the twenty-minute drive. Just don't forget your leash.
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