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Dog Areas in Lander

9 Parks
1 Trail
1 Eatery
2 Groomers

The western town of Lander is a pawesome area for dogs and their owners. With several small parks and a walking pathway within the community, you'll be able to get some exercise with your pup. Beyond the city limits, you can go camping or hiking in the area's desert and mountains. For your special pal's medical needs, there are four veterinary practices here.

Take your pooch camping at Twin Pines RV Park and Campground. This facility, located about eight miles south of town, has cabins, RV sites with full hookups, and tent sites. Pets are welcome to join you when you stay here. 

Plan a pawtastic adventure with your furry friend in Sinks Canyon State Park. This vast wilderness area has several hiking trails that vary in length and difficulty. There are also campgrounds here where you can spend the night or weekend with your fur baby. 

Take in a bit of history with Spot by visiting Fort McGraw, just 2.3 miles northeast of town on North 789. Walk through the fields and along the banks of the Middle Popo Agie River in this historic park.

The town of Landler offers a variety of pet-friendly outdoor recreational activities that dog lovers can share with their four-footed pals.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lander

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 420/sq mi

    #1 Dillon Vista

    Dillon Vista, on the eastern edge of town, includes apartment buildings and single-family homes. The neighborhood streets have sidewalks where you and your pal can go for a daily walk. If you're looking for a place to connect your RV in this town, check out Sleeping Bear RV Park and Campground off East Main Street. This facility offers wireless connection, full hook-ups, water, and electric. Dogs are welcome as long as they're on a leash. There's a dog walk area along Taylor Creek where you can enjoy a peaceful stroll by the water with your pup. Make sure you clean up any waste.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 330/sq mi

    #2 Spriggs

    Spriggs is a residential subdivision in the southwest corner of town. There are sidewalks here where you and your pooch can take a walk together. You'll find a nice park off South 9th Street where you and your pup can enjoy a little green space. Head to Popo Agie Park to play some frisbee or practice obedience drills with your four-footed friend. Bring a blanket and stretch out on the grass for a picnic. Human amenities include sports fields, a tennis court, and a pool. Make sure you keep your dog on a leash and clean up any droppings when you visit this public place.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 113/sq mi

    #3 Indian Lookout

    The Indian Lookout subdivision off Baldwin Creek Road is a small development with private residences. For some daily exercise, walk past the ranches to the west of town. This neighborhood has a small park with a paved walking path where you and Fido can stretch your legs. Take a few laps around the Indian Lookout North Common Area, then play on the grassy lawn. There's a picnic table and some benches here that you can use to share a meal or snack with your pup. Remember to keep Fido on a leash and under control. Bring some waste bags and water when you visit here.
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    Population Density 5,578/sq mi

    #4 Amoretti

    The neighborhood around Amoretti Street consists of single-family homes and a few public buildings. The streets are lined with sidewalks that provide a place for you to take your pup for a daily walk. When you want to treat your fur baby to a change of pace, head to North Side Park off Jefferson Street. This facility has ball fields, some open space, and a playground. At the back of the park, you and Fido can wander along the banks of Squaw Creek. When you visit this public space, be sure to keep your pup under control on a leash and to pick up any droppings.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,830/sq mi

    #5 Town of Lander

    The Town of Lander neighborhood includes downtown and the surrounding area. There are businesses, some single-family homes, and a park in this community. Walk down Main Street and do some window-shopping with your canine pal. When you want to get your exercise in a park setting, head to Lander City Park off Fremont Street. Walk along the paved pathway here with your pooch. Head past the ballfields and stroll along the banks of the Middle Popo Agie River. Cross the bridge into McManus Park to extend your outing. Remember to keep your special pal on a leash and to pick up any waste.
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