Dog Friendly Activities in Divide, CO

There are 2 dog friendly activities in Divide, and 27 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 Divide.

Pet Friendly The Crags Trail
The Crags Trail The Crags Trail is a 4 mile hike in Pike National Forest that will take about 2.5 hours to complete with Fido. This trail, exclusively for hikers and horsemen, leads to the Crags and is a true mountain adventure. The ground is padded with evergreen needles and is easy on Fido's paws. There is a leash requirement on this trail. See Details
Pet Friendly Mueller State Park
Mueller State Park Mueller State Park is pet-friendly in certain areas. This park is known for beautiful mountain meadows and forests of conifer trees. Although they recently banned pups from wandering the many trails in the area, you can still bring Fido with you to enjoy the campgrounds and picnic areas. This new rule is to allow the wildlife in the area to prosper without fear of being chased by dogs on hiking trails. See Details
Bear Creek Dog Park Bear Creek Dog Park is a fenced park with a play area for dogs under 25 lbs and a large play area for dogs of all sizes. Features include pathways, a creek, a water station, restrooms, and plenty of waste disposal areas. See Details
Seven Falls Bring Fido to bask in the majesty of Seven Falls, a magnificent series of waterfalls located in a 1,400-foot-wall box canyon, and then explore everything else the new Seven Falls has to offer. From delectable new dining options—including the exquisite new 1859—gift shops, walking and hiking trails, the optional Broadmoor Soaring Adventure—a thrilling exploration above Seven Falls, following rope bridges, a via ferrata and culminating in a rappel—and so much more to come. Next to the Falls, a 224-step stairway leads to a system of trails that will take you onto Inspiration Point with a breath-taking view of Colorado Springs and the great plains beyond. Wildlife is everywhere, including hummingbirds, rainbow trout and the rare, waterfall nesting- American Dipper. Seven Falls is located just ten minutes from downtown Colorado Springs via Cheyenne Blvd. See Details
Garden of the Gods The Garden of the Gods Park is a Registered National Natural Landmark in Colorado Springs. Admission is free, and your leashed pup is welcome to join you as you hike along the beautiful trails through the red rock formations. Fido can also join you for a bite to eat on the terrace of Bean Sprouts Cafe. See Details
Garden of the Gods Yoga Hike 'Garden of the Gods Yoga Hike' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Nicole. On this mindful wellness hike, your body and mind can detox from the stress of everyday life. You'll immerse yourself in the Garden of the Gods along the way. The experience lasts 3 hours and can accommodate up to 6 guests ages 15 and up. For this experience, wear layers, comfortable shoes and a leash for your pooch. Rates start at $46 per person. See Details
Photography Session Garden of The Gods 'Photography Session Garden of The Gods' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Bobak. This one hour photo session will be held at Garden of The Gods. The experience lasts 1 hour and can accommodate up to 10 guests of all ages. Rates start at $95 per person. See Details
Adventure Shoot at Garden of the Gods 'Adventure Shoot at Garden of the Gods' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Jennifer. Dogs are welcome on this hike and photo shoot combination experience. This easy trail begins with views of the park and then ends inside the park among the massive red rocks. Your host will capture your natural interactions together and give you guidance for a few casually-posed photos. The experience lasts 1 hour and can accommodate up to 2 guests ages 18 and up. Parents may also bring children under 2 years of age. The 2 mile hike is easy-moderate and appropriate clothing and shoes are a good idea for the best experience.Rates start at $95 per person. See Details
Pikes Peak Highway Pikes Peak Highway is pet friendly! There's no better place to bring a dog or puppy than to Pikes Peak, where there are trails, streams and lots of room to frolic in and critters to sniff out! It is strongly recommended that pets remain on a leash so as to avoid getting lost. However, leashes are not mandatory. It's not very often that a dog would have this kind of opportunity for so many new sniffs, sights and sounds. See Details
Manitou Cliff Dwellings The Manitou Springs Cliff Dwellings is a pet-friendly attraction. Discover what it was like to live in the Western United States 800 to 1,000 years ago in the 40-room dwellings built by the Anasazi people. Leashed dogs are also welcome inside the Anasazi Museum located within the Pueblo. The site is open daily but hours vary by season. As long as your dog is leashed, he can go everywhere you can go here. See Details
Red Rock Canyon Open Space Leashed pets are welcome ton most trails, and off-leash pets are welcome in the upper and lower dog loop areas, although it is unfenced. See Details
Cripple Creek & Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad Well-behaved, leashed pets are always welcome aboard the CC&V Narrow Gauge Railroad for no additional fee! Enjoy a ride aboard a century-old steam locomotive with your pet as you listen to the history of this historic gold-mining area and snap pictures of the beautiful scenery. See Details
Upper Gold Camp Road The Upper Gold Camp Road is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that is working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors. Previously an unused railroad corridor, this "rail-trail" is now a great place to walk Fido in Colorado Springs! The map below shows a parking area with convenient access to the Upper Gold Camp Road. Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has generously provided map data for this trail to Bring Fido for informational purposes only. For more detailed trail information, please visit TrailLink.com. See Details
Miramont Castle Museum Small pets can be carried through the Miramont Castle Museum in Manitou Springs, Colorado. Larger pets are also allowed on leash on the grounds of the Victorian Garden at the Castle. Just make sure no evidence of the pet is left behind! See Details
Garden of the Gods Trading Post I was pleased that I could bring in my leashed dog! They even said that had regular four-legged customers! :D From the website: The historic Garden of the Gods Trading Post lies on the southwest corner of the Garden of the Gods Park. In the early 1920's Charles Strausenback built the Trading Post to resemble the homes of the Pueblo Indians. Since that time, the Trading Post has expanded six times to become Colorado's largest art gallery and gift shop. The art gallery features local artists, traditional and contemporary Native American jewelry, Navajo rugs, sand paintings and pueblo pottery. Colorado gifts and souvenirs can be found in the main store as well as Minnetonka moccasins and outdoor clothing. You can grab a bite to eat at the Balanced Rock Café and finish your day off with an ice cream or Starbucks coffee in our coffee corner. The Garden of the Gods Trading Post has something for everyone. Come on over today! See Details
Rampart Reservoir Recreation Area Rampart Reservoir Recreation Area is dog-friendly! Pets are allowed to explore on a leash no longer than six feet. Rampart Reservoir features three hiking trails, Rainbow Gulch, Rampart Reservoir, and Nichols. Mountain biking is popular on Rampart and Rainbow Gulch trails. Wading and swimming are prohibited. Day-use passes are $7. Information on parking and when public vehicle access is allowed can be found on Rampart Reservoir's official website. See Details
Waldo Canyon Loop Trail Waldo Canyon Loop Trail is a 7.2 mile hike in Pike National Forest that will take about 6 hours to complete with Fido. Along the canyon you will see a pink-colored rock known as Pikes Peak granite that is about 1 billions years old. After about 1 mile you will reach the canyon and descend into its meadow where Fido can cool off in the creek. See Details
Spruce Mountain Gorgeous trails , easy access with good parking, choice of steep or flat trails , have heard of some tickets for no leash but many locals do hike off leash when away from the parking lot See Details
Goose Creek Trail Goose Creek Trail is a 10 mile hike in Pike National Forest that will take about 8 hours to complete with Fido. The southeastern part of the Lost Creek Wilderness can be reached from this trail which ends at the abandoned remains of a shaft house that date back to the early 1900s. See Details
Golden Meadows Dog Park Golden Meadows Dog Park is a great place to hang out with your pup. This lovely new park is separated into a small and large dog park, equipped with benches, a water station and doggy clean-up stations. The park is actually the brainchild of a local girl scout who dreamt of providing her community with a safe place for their dogs to get some exercise and have fun. See Details
Cripple Creek Heritage and Information Center The Cripple Creek Heritage and Information Center has a nice dog walk area with terrific overlooks. See Details
New Santa Fe Regional Trail The New Santa Fe Regional Trail is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that is working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors. Previously an unused railroad corridor, this "rail-trail" is now a great place to walk Fido in Palmer Lake! The map below shows a parking area with convenient access to the New Santa Fe Regional Trail. Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has generously provided map data for this trail to Bring Fido for informational purposes only. For more detailed trail information, please visit TrailLink.com. See Details
Eleven Mile Canyon Recreation Area Eleven Mile Canyon Recreation Area is dog-friendly! Dogs on a leash no longer than six feet are allowed to explore the forested, lush, and rocky canyon, and take in the river as it "twists and crashes against huge boulders lining the canyon floor." There is a $7 entrance fee, and hiking, picnicking, and camping are all available within Eleven Mile Canyon's Recreation Area. Directions and a breakdown of trails, picnic areas, and campgrounds can be found on Eleven Mile's website. See Details