The Gallatin County Regional Park of Bozeman, Montana is the city’s largest park, also featuring a large off-leash dog area. Spanning about 30 acres of community trails, sledding hills, swimming areas as well as a canine beach located on the west, this Regional Park is the best place to enjoy nature alongside your furry best friend.
The off-leash dog area of Gallatin County Regional Park includes a half-mile trail as well as a diving dock and beach. The area is entirely fenced-in and features gorgeous scenery of the nearby lake and park mountains. Let your pup go for a swim, engage in a game of fetch or explore the trails situated on the northern side of the region with them.
You can also visit the Bozeman Pond, located just behind the Gallatin Valley Mall for beautiful views and some more fun. The Gallatin County Regional Park trails include benches and picnic tables. Plus, owners can take advantage of fishing ponds, a sledding hill, skateboard ramps, a community-built dinosaur playground with picnic shelters, swimming area and beach for kids and porta potties.
Owners are required to make sure their dog is leashed until they’re entirely inside the designated park area. There are bags and trash cans provided so visitors can pick up after their pets and keep the park clean. The Gallatin County Regional Park also offers plenty of parking near Oak Avenue and next to the fire station on Davis Street.
All visitors need to be aware of what their dog is doing at all times and never leave them unattended, even if they are already inside the perimeters of the Gallatin County Regional Park. Take your pooch to the Regional Park Off-Leash Dog Area of Gallatin County for proper exercise, a whole lot of fun and spectacular nature views.