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Dog Areas in Laramie

2 Parks
1 Trail
2 Shops
2 Eateries
4 Groomers

Located on the river in southeastern Wyoming, the city of Laramie is heaven for sports enthusiasts looking for new experiences and an alluring place to visit with Fido. Love outdoor activities? You're in the right place, because you'll find plenty here, including hiking, mounting, biking, and fishing, just to name a few. If you want to take your mutt with you when you visit Laramie, don't worry. Since it's a pet-friendly place, Laramie offers a range of different amenities for dog owners and their pooches, including dog-friendly parks, restaurants, and shops. There are also three veterinary clinics in the area to take care of your mutt.

The Sandy Aragon Softball Complex, which (as you might have guessed) is home to a number of softball fields, has an on-site, off-leash dog park: the Sandy Aragon Dog Park. This small area, located in the eastern part of the city, is open to pooches of all shapes and sizes. You can bring your mutt here to enjoy the great outdoors, play fetch, run around, and make some new fur-iends.

Looking for something completely different? Hydro Hounds, located in the city center, is something your furry friend should try at least once. This place offers swimming facilities for dogs, helping them stay in good shape and have a fun time swimming and splashing in the pool. Don't worry, though; your pal will wear a special life jacket and will be supervised by a skilled instructor. Care to stay for a few days in Laramie? No problem! There are 10 different Fido-friendly hotels and places to rent here.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Laramie

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    Population Density 1,514/sq mi

    #1 Southwest Drive

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    Located next to Cheyenne Animal Shelter, the Nancy Mockler Community Dog Park is a spacious off-leash area for your furry friend. The location of the park is extremely convenient if you are traveling by car and want to spend some fun time stretching your legs after a long ride. The park is open from dawn to dusk and offers a playground for active pooches and two separate grassy areas for different sized breeds. Both areas offer lots of shade and benches. Forgot to bring Fido's favorite toy with you? Not a problem. Your lovely sleuth will find plenty of them left on the playground for his joy and excitement, alongside simple exercise equipment and training items.
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    Population Density 7/sq mi

    #2 Curt Gowdy State Park

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    Curt Gowdy State Park, located between the cities of Laramie and Cheyenne, is a dog-friendly place where pups are allowed to join their masters in different outdoor activities. This is a spacious, green recreation area with deep blue reservoirs and a diverse environment. Let your pooch swim and cool off in the reservoir at North Crown, or hit the miles of hiking trails together. You'll finish your walk in one of the scenic picnic areas, where you can enjoying the incredible views this place has to offer. Keep your pooch on a leash no longer than 10 foot long at all times, and do not leave him unattended for more than an hour.
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    Population Density 5,067/sq mi

    #3 City Center

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    It may be a challenge to find some decent dog-friendly facilities in a downtown area sometimes, but Cheyenne is an exception. Centered on the pond, Holliday Park is a public park surrounded by a number of local cultural places worth visiting with your pup. Located in the city center of Cheyenne, south of Lakeview Cemetery, this park offers a range of opportunities for both four- and two-legged visitors to enjoy some outdoor activities. Your lovely pup is very welcome and allowed to join you on the bike path, play areas, and picnic facilities with tables and benches to share a drink or sandwich together. Let your pooch explore and sniff the diverse environment, play fetch, exercise, or just have a nice day out!
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    Population Density 2,020/sq mi

    #4 North Cheyenne

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    The northern part of the city of Cheyenne is a calm, quiet neighborhood with a very different atmosphere than downtown. This area has plenty of places to bring Fido. Lions Park, located at Carey and 8th Avenue, is one of the nicest spots to visit with your pup. This beautiful and relatively popular community park is an amazing place to enjoy a day out. You and Fido can participate in a range of outdoor activities, such as biking, boating or swimming! Your furry friend is allowed to join you in almost all the areas, including the beach and botanical garden, but should be kept on his leash and supervised at all times.
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    Population Density 584/sq mi

    #5 Blairtown

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    Blairtown is a small community in the southwestern part of Rock Springs with many shopping and dining facilities adjacent to it. It's also home to a park dedicated entirely to dogs at West Center Street, which opened its gates for visitors in 2009 and has been welcoming canine friends ever since. Bitter Creek Bark Park is a conveniently located pet-friendly place with a fully fenced, spacious area with grass and a pond to cool off on a hot day. The park is the only and busiest dog park in Rock Springs, with friendly locals and visitors enjoying themselves and chasing each other's tails.
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