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Dog Areas in Colville

4 Parks
4 Trails
19 Shops
20 Eateries
1 Groomer

Colville, Washington is one of the most pawtastic places to go with your dog because there is so much to see and do that you can spend the entire day outside just exploring. The town started off as a fur trading town, but the scenic area brought more people in to live. The Army even had a fort here for a while because of the abundance of trees and trailing grounds. In fact, you will even find a pass called Gun Sight that was once used as a gun training course. 

While you are here, you simply have to bring your dog to walk some of the natural paths. Radar Dome Trailhead is a five-mile path that is open for you and your dog to walk all year long. It is a fairly easy path to walk, but you will want to have plenty of water on hand. 

Yep Kanum Park is another great alternative. This is a family-friendly park with short trails to walk. There are several picnic spots, a playground, and even a restroom. Your dog can spend the day with your family catching the ball games as well. This is the spot to come and relax the day away with your dog. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Colville

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 16/sq mi

    #1 Downtown

    Did someone say tacos? Taco Time invites you to bring your dog down to get some real tacos that are made fresh. It can't possibly get any better than this -- after all, who wants to miss Taco Tuesday? Your dog will be one happy hound if you bring him with you to get his own taco. Make sure you bring a leash, but feel free to leave the water bowl at home -- you can get him his very own cup of ice water if you let them know you need one. Please make sure that your dog can handle lots of people and other dogs while he eats because everyone loves this place.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 16/sq mi

    #2 North Main

    Cafe 103 is the place to be when you wake up in the morning. What better way to start your day than with a cup of java on the patio with your pup? You simply must have one of the huge cinnamon rolls! They serve brunch, lunch, and dinner as well. Your puppy will love all the delicious smells as he stretches under your table. Make sure you bring a leash for him. While you are here, you might want to have his bowl on hand to fill. Cafe 103 is a local hotspot and there is always an atmosphere of friendly fun all year long.
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  3. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 16/sq mi

    #3 South Main

    Samurai Sams Teriyaki Grill is part of the healthy meal movement. They provide nutritious meals that taste amazing. You will find that the menu is loaded down with all your Asian favorites, from rice bowls to egg rolls. Samurai Sams Teriyaki Grill has the single mission of providing healthy food that doesn't take all day to prepare. You and your pup can stop by on your lunch break and be in and out in no time. They even do parties! All five of their outdoor tables are pet-friendly as long as your pup is restaurant-friendly because everyone needs access to healthy, delicious food.
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  4. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 16/sq mi

    #4 Auto Vue Road

    Right outside, but within city limits, you will find a blast from the past. Auto Vue Drive-In Theater is the place to bring your dog to catch a movie or two. You can find all your favorite foods at the concession stand. Forget about the scratchy unclear screen or the audio you can barely hear! These movies are done modern. You will find crystal clear pictures and smooth, loud audio. It is the perfect family place with picnic areas if you don't want to watch the movie in your car. Make sure your pup has a leash. You are responsible for your pet's messes as well.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 16/sq mi

    #5 Colville National Forest

    The South Fork Silver Creek Trail is a rather long trail through the Colville National Forest. It will take you about seven hours to complete. The path takes you through the Aspen trees and down through the meadows. Several trails spur off of it. You can go online and print a map before you visit. Your dog can walk with you, as long as you keep her on a leash. There aren't any rest stops along the way, so please bring lots of water for you and your pup to drink. The wildlife is abundant in the areas so always be on the lookout.
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