Epic view of mountains and rivers, your pooch is sure going to love the beauty and serenity of being in a small mountain town!
8 acres fully fenced. The wire is about a foot off the ground though per park county code so a dog could get under it. You can park on the land near the gate. You could see antelope, elk, fox or cows.
7 acres of fenced forest to play on!
3.3 Ranch located in beautiful Bailey, CO hosts a 2 acre fenced in oasis great for dogs to run while you take in the views and fresh air. Need a break in between mountains. Take a 5 minute drive off 285 and let the dogs run around leash free and grab some coco to warm up.
We have a fully fenced in area behind our house that is perfect for dogs to run around or get some off leash trail training. We have cut trails so some areas have natural tall grasses. We have bridges and tires to help your dog get used to going over/through/and around.
Large fenced yard less than a mile from the dog park across the street from the Dairy King in Empire
This .4 acre fenced and .5 acre unfenced area is a dog’s dream. My dogs are convinced they live in heaven now, and they’d love your furry friend(s) to get to share in their joy! For the dogs, the fenced space is open with plenty of room to run. 6’ fence encloses this area completely, with 3 gate access points. Basic agility equipment is available to access upon request. There is a hill area that dogs love running up on, lots of amazing smells (so my dogs tell me), plenty of sticks and toys, a dog house, and a wide selection of trees to pee on. The .5 acre field is perfect for recall training, or for anything else for dogs who are able to be off-leash outside of fenced areas. For the humans, this space is beyond gorgeous. 180 degree mountain views, hummingbirds in the spring/summer, beautiful Aspen trees, and tons of rustic charm. The fenced in area includes a hammock, a variety of seating options, tables, and lots of mountain charm. Bathroom use may be available upon request if I am home at the time. The yard is located very close to Deer Creek and Meridian campgrounds, so come let your dog play off-leash in a safe area while you’re camping, or simply come up to enjoy the mountains with your furry friend(s). There are several dog-friendly restaurant patios in the area, including Crossroads Pub in Pine Junction, Aspen Cellars in Bailey, and Riverbend Eatery in Bailey. The drive is breathtaking at every turn, the weather is nice and cool when Denver is too hot, and the area is full of awesome things to do. Come check us out!
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Sniffspot has different types of private dog parks to allow any dog to find their ideal spot!