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Dog Areas in Riverton, WY

6 Parks
1 Trail
7 Shops
2 Eateries
2 Groomers

Riverton is a mountainous town, lying in the Wind River Valley, right on the fork of the Wind River. The town is surrounded by foothills in the distance. "The Rendezvous City" is the town's nickname which brings together culture from the past, present, and future. Even for pups, the city is always trying to expand, and so far has included multiple dog-friendly parks to their park system, and five veterinarians.

Jaycee Park is the largest park in Riverton, providing residents and pups with a grassy, open area that is surrounded by trees and open fields. Pups must remain on a leash inside the park, but can enjoy the enclosed baseball field, fishing pond, and paved walkways. Additional features include water fountains, clean-up stations, nighttime lights, benches, and trash bins.

The Rein Park Soccer Complex is another dog-friendly place to head to, with a large open field surfaced in vibrant grass that's well kept throughout the year. The complex is completely open, with some shaded benches and a gravel parking lot with trash bins. Dogs are not required to be on a leash here, but you should remember to bring some water and clean-up bags.

With a beautiful landscape that surrounds the town coupled with the dog-friendly openness of the city, you and Fido will be thrilled to call Riverton home.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Riverton, WY

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,290/sq mi

    #1 Riverton Center

    Riverton Center is a neighborhood filled with the city's central shopping district and business center. Despite all the busy places, residents can still head to Sunset Park to get some outside time or walk their pup. The park is bordered on the west side by the Wyoming Central Canal, with a line of trees on the south side providing shade while walking or playing. Great features to enjoy at this park include paved walkways, water fountains, trash bins, benches, and enclosed tennis courts. If you plan on staying in the neighborhood, the Motel 6 Hotel is the best place to stay with your pup, since they allow up dogs of any size for no additional fee.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 388/sq mi

    #2 Eastern Riverton


    The neighborhood of Eastern Riverton takes up the eastern side of town, with rows of residential homes. In the neighborhood, the most popular place to take your pup is City Park. This large area is enclosed by trees for shade and privacy, has a perimeter trail, and large open areas that are pawfect for a game of fetch with your pup! Paved paths also wind throughout the park, with an enclosed tennis court, benches, clean-up stations, and water fountains. When you and your pup want to stay an extra night in the neighborhood, the Super 8 Motel is right down the street, and allows up to two pets of any size to stay the night with an additional cost.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 432/sq mi

    #3 Western Riverton

    Western Riverton is a pretty rural neighborhood, taken up by a mixture of homes and large fields. Although there are no official parks, the Riverton Raiders Legion Field is still a dog-friendly place and provides everything a park would, like a grassy field, a gravel path that encircles the park, and an enclosed field that is open to leashed pups as long as no teams are playing. Dogs can also enjoy additional features like a pavilion, water fountains, benches, and trash bins. The neighborhood also links to the Wyoming Heritage Trail, a 22 mile stretch of a trail made from asphalt, ballast, dirt, and gravel. The trail is dog-friendly and provides benches and trash bins along the way.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 6/sq mi

    #4 Hudson

    Hudson is the northern neighborhood of the city, which is completely rural and filled desert landscapes that surround the city. Some of the deserts are part of the Boysen State Park, a large park with hundreds of acres of grassy and sandy terrain that surrounds the bright blue lake of Boysen Reservoir. The park hosts miles of maintained and natural trails that are dog-friendly to leashed pups, with access to the reservoir and other surrounding areas. Other activities and amenities in the park consist of fishing, swimming, picnic shelters, a playground, and wildlife sightseeing. Benches, restrooms, trash bins, and water fountains are also available here.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 302/sq mi

    #5 Milford

    Milford is a small central neighborhood in the town of Lander, just 15 miles southwest of Riverton. The area is a great travel destination for dog lovers from Riverton thanks to the North Side Park. This large park offers plenty of space, with trees throughout and a creek on the northern border. There are paved paths, an enclosed baseball park, playground, pavilion for picnic events, and restrooms. Dogs are welcome in the park while they remain on a leash, and have access to water fountains, benches, clean-up stations, and trash bins. When you're done playing, head to Lander Bar & Grill, a refreshing restaurant that serves microbrews and sandwiches, and provides dog-friendly outdoor seating with complimentary water bowls.
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