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Dog Areas in Gillette

12 Parks
4 Shops
6 Eateries
7 Groomers

Located between Big Horn Mountains and the Black Hills, Gillette is a fun destination for pups and their families. Whether you live in Gillette or you are passing through, plan to stop by City Park on West 10th Street. The park is a great place to walk with your pooch and admire the flowers and gardens. The playground is great when the kids need to run off some energy and there is plenty of shade beneath the big trees. Your pup will love rolling in the grass and having a pawtastic time.

If Fido enjoys walking along trails, Overlook Park is the place to be. You can stroll through the park on the paved walkway, or relax at one of the picnic tables. The kids can play on the playground, and the basketball courts are lit at night making it perfect for an evening walk. Your pooch may also enjoy Lakeside Park near the Boys and Girls Club of Campbell County. Fido will enjoy walking along the paths and socializing with other pups in the area.

With four veterinarian clinics in Gillette, you will not have to travel far to meet Fido’s medical needs. The clinics are available for both emergency and routine appointments. You also will not need to leave your pup at home when going out to dinner with the family. The Smiling Moose is a puptastic sandwich spot on S Douglas Highway and features several pooch-friendly tables. You may also want to check out the Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom where you and Fido can dine on pizza and beer at the outdoor seating.

Spending quality time with your pup is always an adventure in Gillette, Wyoming. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Gillette

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 979/sq mi

    #1 Burlington Lake

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    You and your pup will both enjoy spending time at Bicentennial Park in the off-leash dog park. There are separate areas for both large and small pups and a paved path to walk laps. You can sit on a bench and relax in the shade while your pooch runs around sniffing all the trees and plants, or socializes with other pups. Poop bags are available, so make sure to clean up! For more outdoor fun, take your pup strolling through McManaman Park. There is outdoor lighting which makes this a puptastic destination for your evening stroll. The walking path around the pond is a great place to watch the ducks and geese, and you can relax on a bench and enjoy a cool drink.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 622/sq mi

    #2 Gillette City Center

    36

    Located in the center of town, Lasting Legacy Park is a great destination to walk your pup and admire the memorials to veterans. The open grassy area is perfect to let your pooch run around and chase a ball, or walk along the paths and admire the flowers. There are shaded benches where you and Fido can relax, and the kids can play on the soccer field. If you need to refill your water bottles, there is a fountain near the bathrooms. On your way home, stop by Pizza Carrello were you can enjoy wood-fired pizza at one of the outdoor tables. 

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 647/sq mi

    #3 W 2nd St/ Stocktrail Ave

    24

    If you are passing through Gillette or you are looking for a fun staycation, check out Green Tree’s Crazy Woman Campground.  This campground is situated in the historic area of downtown and features access for both large RV’s and tent campers. There is plenty of shade at the campground and you can walk your pup on the paved walkway around the perimeter of the campsites. The owner is friendly and will help answer questions and make sure you and your furry companion have an enjoyable stay. If you need a pup-friendly place to take your family for dinner, head over to Los Compadres where you will love the Mexican food and delicious desserts.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 658/sq mi

    #4 Gillette Fishing Lake

    12

    Located on the South Douglas Highway, the Dalbey Memorial Park is a great place for Fido and the family. Gillette Fishing Lake is situated in the middle of the park and offers a walking trail around the perimeter where you and your pooch can stroll and watch the animals and waterfowl. The kids will enjoy the playground, and there are fountains to fill up your water bottles. Disc golf is a popular past time at the park, so you will need to keep Fido on a leash and clean up with your own clean up bags. If you are out for your early morning walk, stop by City Brew Coffee where you can enjoy a cup of coffee and socialize with friends at the outdoor tables. 

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    Population Density 763/sq mi

    #5 Sage Bluffs

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    Situated in the western part of Gillette, Sage Bluffs and Sage Valley Parks offer great areas to spend time with your pooch. Sage Bluffs features large open areas where pups can chase a ball, and the playground is close by so you can walk Fido and keep an eye on the kids. One of the most popular features of the park is the zip line where older children will have a blast. Sage Valley Park offers picnic tables where you can meet up with friends and their furry companions, or walk around and let your pup have a snifftastic time. If you are looking for a pooch-friendly place to stay, check out La Quinta Inn and Suites where dogs can stay free of charge. For dinner, stop by Jo-Bawb’s BBQ for some Kansas City style BBQ and relax at the outdoor seating. 

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