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Dog Areas in Cheyenne

16 Parks
2 Trails
7 Shops
12 Eateries
10 Groomers

As the capital of Wyoming, Cheyenne offers a variety of dog-friendly activities all throughout the year. One of the most popular destinations to spend quality time with your pooch is the Curt Gowdy State Park. Its location west of Cheyenne provides some of the best scenery in the state. You and Fido can hike along the trails and admire the reservoirs filled with rainbow trout and salmon. Your pooch can sniff and smell his way along the banks of the water and enjoy the fresh air. If you are feeling extra adventurous, primitive camping is allowed throughout the area, and you and your pup can pitch a tent and sit around a campfire.

Pups also enjoy spending time at the Holliday Park in Cheyenne. This area features a paved bike and walking path, fishing pond, and play areas. You can stroll around the pond with your pooch, or relax on a bench and watch the kids play. The picnic and shelter areas are perfect to meet up with friends and their canine companions for an afternoon of fun. The kids will also love the gigantic steam engine on display!

You won’t need to worry about taking care of your pup’s medical needs in Cheyenne. There are eleven veterinarian clinics available to make sure your pooch is happy and healthy. After a trip to the vet, stop by Cheyenne Dog Food Company where you can purchase healthy dog food and snacks in addition to toys and accessories.

Going out to eat with your pup has never been more fun when you head out to the Terry Bison Ranch. You and Fido can admire the North American bison while dining on a BBQ bacon cheddar burger at one of the convenient outdoor tables. 

Whether you are traveling through Cheyenne, or you live in the area full time, your furry family member will love all the dog-friendly adventures. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cheyenne

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 679/sq mi

    #1 Cheyenne City Center

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    Located right in the town center, the Martin Luther King Jr Park offers a paved bike and walking path in addition to baseball fields and a basketball court. You can take your pup for a walk through the area and around the creek for a furtastic time. Refill your water bottles in the restroom, and then relax at one of the picnic areas. If you need a snack while out in the neighborhood, stop by Paramount Café, a trendy coffee house where you can order a variety of drinks or salads and sit at the outdoor pooch-friendly tables. If you are out in the evening, head over to the historic Accomplice Beer Company where you can enjoy craft beers at the outdoor seating with your pup and friends.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 360/sq mi

    #2 Pershing Heights

    36

    Conveniently situated on Pershing Blvd, the Leo A. Pando Park is a great place to spend time with your pup. The wide-open areas are perfect for a game of fetch or frisbee, and your pooch can roll around in the grass and sniff the plants. Walk laps around the park or relax on one of the benches. The park also features tennis courts, and in the winter, you can take the kids and pup sledding down the huge hills. While you are there, check out the life-size statue of Stomper, a golden retriever, and then head over to Dairy Queen for a pup cup and milkshake!

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 367/sq mi

    #3 Sloan Lake

    24

    In the Capitol Heights neighborhood, Fido and his family can enjoy two neighborhood parks. The Jaycee Park is located off Dillon Ave and features a large play area and tennis courts. You and your pup can stroll around the park getting in some laps, or stop for snacks at the picnic tables. Another option in the area is the Lions Park near Sloan Lake. Pups and their parents can spend time hiking the fitness trail or watching the kids at the Paul Smith Children’s Village. Families can also enjoy the mini golf and horseshoes, or just relaxing with their furry family member and a picnic lunch at one of the shelters.

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,088/sq mi

    #4 West Cheyenne/ Southwest Dr

    12

    When Fido needs some time to play off-leash, head out to the Cheyenne Community Nancy Mockler Dog Park located near the Animal Shelter on Southwest Drive. There are separate areas for small and older pups, and a large area for rambunctious dogs. The agility equipment is great if you want to train your pooch, and there is a water fountain available to make sure Fido stays hydrated. The pups can socialize while you chat with friends on one of the shaded benches. Poop bags are provided, but you might want to bring your own just in case they are out. Your pup will love spending time at the park and will be exhausted at the end of this adventure. 

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    Population Density 427/sq mi

    #5 Dell Range

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    The Dell Range neighborhood features a wonderful area to spend time with Fido. Cahill Park offers a paved bike and walking path in addition to exercise equipment, a playground, and soccer fields. After a picnic lunch and rest, take your pup for a longer hike along the Dry Creek Greenway Trail. This is just one of the trailhead access points where you can get on the path and travel over 7 miles through parks and fields. Eventually, the hiking trail meets up with the Yellowstone Road. Your pooch will love hiking through the area sniffing plants and trees along the way. 

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