Dog Friendly Activities in Carbondale, CO

There are 2 dog friendly activities in Carbondale, and 6 more nearby. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Carbondale.

Pet Friendly Carbondale Nature Park
Carbondale Nature Park Carbondale Nature Park is pet-friendly. This 33-Acre off leash nature park is not fenced in, but has a large open space for dogs to roam with a running stream for a refreshing drink. Throughout the year there are cows on next to the dog park. Keep your pooch under control around other wildlife. Failure to do so may lead to fines. See Details
Pet Friendly Shaboomee Paddleboard
Shaboomee Paddleboard Shaboomee Paddleboard is pet-friendly. They welcome dogs to join their owners for a tour on Colorado River, Roaring Fork River and other lakes and rivers in the area. If you don't fancy a guided tour, then you can rent your own private SUP and go for a solo adventure. The business is an at-home business and they'll meet you at your chosen waterway. Contact them directly for more details about tours which range in price from $95-150. See Details
Maroon Lake, Crater Lake and Buckskin Pass Trail Maroon Lake, Crater Lake, and Buckskin Pass Trail is a 8.5 mile hike in White River National Forest that will take about 7 hours to complete with Fido. If you are heading out after 8:30 AM from mid-May through Mid-September you will need to take the shuttle bus from Aspen, since Maroon Lake Road closes to private cars. You will need to pay a fee but Fido can ride the bus for free. The Maroon Bells are a must see. See Details
Ball Brewing Ball Brewing invite patrons and furry companions to enjoy beer and games inside their taproom in Glenwood Springs, CO. Fido is welcome to join you at an indoor or outdoor table while you sip a glass of "La Reina,” the popular Hatch Green Chile Pilsner, or Bootlegger Honey Brown Ale. Meet locals, share stories over your favorite brew, and engage in a friendly competition with fun taproom games. See Details
Horse Ranch Park & Trail There aren't any designated dog parks in Snowmass Village, but there is a large grassy area where dogs can play (on a leash) next to this children's park or walk a half mile loop on the trail. There is a trash can for poop bags, but the area is not fenced. See Details
Hardscrabble and Williams Lakes Trail Hardscrabble and Williams Lakes Trail is a 4 mile hike in White River National Forest that will take about 4 hours to complete with Fido. The hike is graced by beautiful scenery and a view of the north side of the Elk Range and of Capitol Peak. Fido will need to be leashed and can drink from the two lakes. Be sure to bring along mosquito repellent. See Details
Jess Weaver Trail The Jess Weaver Trail, also known as the No Name Trail, is a 6.7 mile, dog-friendly trail near Glenwood Springs, Colorado. Along the side of the No Name Creek, you'll discover features such as waterfalls, old mining sites, cliffs, creeks, and lots of shade. The best time to visit with Fido is between the months of May and October. For the safety of other trail users, including horseback riders, you should keep Fido on their leash while on the trail. See Details
Arbaney Kittle Trail Arbaney Kittle Trail is a pet-friendly trail near Basalt. The main segment of this popular pathway is around 1.75 miles in length and will take you and your pooch up 2,000 vertical feet to Fryingpan Overlook. If Fido has energy left, you can continue from the overlook along the complete 17.5 mile out-and-back hike. Dog owners are reminded to keep pets leashed and to clean up any mess left behind. Arbaney Kittle Trail can be accessed every day of the week from dawn until dusk. See Details