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The very fact that Ten Sleep, Wyoming has more campgrounds and trails than it does restaurants and shops proves that it is somewhere that would be perfect to go with your dog. This town strives to keep its ranching background alive and strong. From authentic hitching posts that even have horses awaiting their owners to traffic-stopping cattle drives in the summer, you'll get an up-close and personal look at the Wild West and its hospitality. Manners are a must around here!
There are two restaurants in town, one of which is pet-friendly. The Ten Sleep Saloon is a welcoming place where you will be addressed as ma'am or sir. It even looks like a building that you'd see in a classic Western. The outside patio is a shaded and nice spot to sit with your pup, especially on summer evenings. The fare is barktastic -- fall-off-the-bone ribs that will melt in your mouth, signature beans slow cooked, and juicy burgers await you.
Bighorn National Forest is the place to go hiking if you are looking for a nature hike with barktastic views. Tall trees line the trails, which wander by peaceful babbling brooks. This is the pawfect place to share a quiet moment of reflection with your best furry pal.
You and Fido will love Ten Sleep's small-town charm!
Castle Gardens is probably the most secluded historic park that you will find in Ten Sleep. There are historical monuments with plaques throughout the trail system. You'll also find camping areas as well as hiking trails of various levels of difficulty. The trails are even complete with picnic tables and grills along the way. There is no running water, so bring plenty for both of you, but there are porta-potties set up. You will want to have a leash with you. The leash law is enforced because of the difficulty levels of the trails. Depending on the weather, you may find certain trails closed.
Meadowlark Lake Overlook is the most scenic place to bring your dog to have a picnic. You'll have to drive almost half an hour to reach this site, but once you're here, you might decide it was worth the trip! There's a fishing site, boat dock, and loop trail for you and your pooch to explore. There isn't a swimming spot here, but you'll find one down the trail a bit. This is strictly enforced on-leash area. You will want to bring lots of water to drink because there isn't a lot of shade and no running water. The trail doesn't have doggie waste bags, either, so bring some with you.
Leigh Park Campground is a secluded, quiet spot where you can camp right next to a little creek. In the spring and early summer, this creek does flow fast and can get loud, so swimming is prohibited for humans and canines alike. There are trails that you can explore, as well as a campground with campsites spread far apart so you'll have plenty of privacy. Whether you want to do a digital detox or just enjoy nature, you will love this place! Please bring a leash and doggie waste bags with you. Prepare to sit back and relax your weekend away.
Ten Sleep Rock Ranch is a different kind of camping experience. If you and Fido enjoy "ruffing" it, you'll pawsitively love this place! There are cabins with and without electricity as well as tent sites. You won't find water spigots at the campsites, but there is a community area where you can wash dishes and fill water containers. Dogs have to be on a leash at all times. You have to clean up after your dog as well, so bring plenty of waste bags along. Be sure to book your stay ahead of time because spots fill up fast, and let the owners know you're bringing your dog.
If you want to get away from the campsite and don't mind a half-hour ride, then you should come on over to Hyattville. You can stop in at the Paintrock Inn with your dog, a historic inn which is home to a kitchen that caters to canines at the outdoor tables. This is a great place to chow down with a hungry hound. You'd be barking mad not to order the loaded fries -- they're a local favorite! Your tummy will be rumbling as soon as you start reading the menu. Please remember that you have to keep your dog on a leash.
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