Dog Friendly Activities in Estes Park, CO

There are 9 dog friendly activities in Estes Park. 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 Estes Park.

Pet Friendly Estes Valley Dog Park
Estes Valley Dog Park The much-loved Estes Valley Dog Park is a fully-fenced area with two separate sections for pups to enjoy some off-leash play in Estes Park, CO. There is lake access in the summer and agility equipment is also available. See Details
Pet Friendly Avant Garde Aleworks
Avant Garde Aleworks Fido is welcome to accompany you for a beer on the dog-friendly patio at Avant Garde Aleworks, located in Estes Park, CO. Sit back and take in beautiful mountain views while Fido enjoys a complimentary dog treat and a bowl of water. Sample a tasty glass of Belgian Golden Strong, Irish Red, or a unique Arnold Palmer Slushee. Enjoy light snacks, including popcorn and a warm soft pretzel, or grub from a rotating selection of food trucks. See Details
Lily Mountain Trail Lily Mountain Trail is a dog-friendly hike in Estes Park, CO. Bring Fido for an afternoon of exercise on this wonderful trail with forest views, while you connect with nature and enjoy beautiful scenery. Leashed dogs are welcome on this trail, but are prohibited in the nearby Rocky Mountain National Park. See Details
Snowy Peaks Winery Located in the heart of Estes Park, CO, dog friendly Snowy Peaks Winery offers a taste of Colorado. The winery and tasting room feature wines made by a number of Colorado's finest wineries, including award-winning wines handcrafted onsite. The tasting room offers samples so you can find the wine you like best. Snowy Peaks also carries gourmet foods made by Colorado artisans to complement your wine selection. A sample of products includes handmade cheeses and chocolates, unique jams and jellies and small batch sodas and fruit ciders for the non-wine drinkers. They also have a selection of wine related gift items made by local artisans. See Details
Lake Estes Trail The dog-friendly Lake Estes Trail in Estes Park, CO, acts as a central hub for an extensive trail network throughout the Estes area and Rocky Mountain National Park. The trail is about 4-miles long and can be accessed from the Visitor Center parking area, down Lake Front Drive to Fisherman's Nook, or from the Lake Estes Marina. See Details
Rock Cut Brewing Company Rock Cut Brewing Company is a dog-friendly brewery in Estes Park, CO. Leashed dogs are welcome to join you at a table on the outdoor patio. There are 12 beers on tap and flights are offered. Light snacks are available for purchase and food trucks are often on site. See Details
Lumpy Ridge Brewing Company Lumpy Ridge Brewing Company is a dog-friendly brewery in Estes Park, CO. Fido is allowed to join you at a table on one of the outdoor patios. Try one of their pilsners, lagers, ales, or IPAs along with food from a visiting truck. You are welcome to bring your own food or have something delivered. See Details
Rocky Mountain National Park Rocky Mountain National Park in Estes Park, CO, welcomes Fido to join you in designated pet-friendly areas of this popular park. Dogs are not permitted on trails or in the backcountry, but they can join you in areas accessed by vehicles, including roadsides, parking areas, picnic areas and campgrounds. Your pup must be attended to and kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet. See Details
Trail Ridge Road Trail Ridge Road is a pet-friendly scenic road in the Rocky Mountains. Drive together along the 48-mile passageway through the mountain range that connects Estes Park on the east to Grand Lake on the west. This incredible road is a great introduction to the Rockies, offering expansive views on all sides. Keep your eyes peeled for bighorn sheep, elk and pikas along the way. Trail Ridge Road is closed during the winter season for safety reasons. See Details
Ceran Saint Vrain Trail This 4-mile, pet-friendly hike in Ward, CO, runs along a creek and is most popular (and beautiful) in early June when the calypso orchid is in bloom on the forest floor. Round-trip, the Ceran Saint Vrain Trail will take Fido about 4 hours to finish; 5 hours if you continue on to the Miller Rock summit, which provides an awesome view from an equally impressive pile of boulders. See Details
Lyons Dog Park Lyons Dog Park is a 10-acre area located on the south end of Bohn Park in Lyons, CO. It's the only designated off-leash area in town, and dogs must be leashed prior to entering through the gate. Bring Fido for a fun afternoon of sunshine, fresh air and exercise with other canines. Four-legged visitors must be well socialized and have a current dog license. See Details
North Fork Trail This 5.5-mile hike, in Roosevelt National Forest near Drake, CO, will take about 6 hours to complete with Fido. The pet-friendly North Fork Trail can be accessed via the Dunraven Trailhead graveled parking lot. From the parking area, the trail drops into a canyon and follows the North Fork of the Big Thompson for several miles with footbridges placed at some of the stream crossings. Dogs must remain on a leash during the hike. See Details
Lake Isabelle and Pawnee Pass Trail Lake Isabelle and Pawnee Pass Trail in Ward, CO, is a 7-mile, pet-friendly hike in Roosevelt National Forest that will take about 6 hours to complete with Fido. Lake Isabelle is prone to crowds because of its beauty complete with vistas, wildflowers, and streams. If you are able to get an early start, go during the week, or hike far enough you should be able to avoid the crowds. Fido must be kept on a leash, and during the busy season nominal use fees will apply. See Details
Mitchell and Blue Lakes Trail Mitchell and Blue Lakes Trail in Ward, CO, is a 5-mile, pet-friendly hike in Roosevelt National Forest that will take about 4 to 5 hours to complete with Fido. This area offers a variety of trails with beautiful scenery and many lakes. You will also find camping facilities and picnic areas complete with drinking water and toilets. The area can be crowded on summer weekends. During the high season you will need to pay a nominal use fee. See Details
Browns Lake Trail The Browns Lake Trail in Bellvue, CO, is a dog-friendly, 8-mile hike through the Roosevelt National Forest that will take about 6 hours to complete with Fido. The high altitude, rocky tundra, and somewhat steep climb make this a moderately difficult hike, but the views along the way are well worth the climb. You'll find plenty of parking at the trailhead on the north side of the road. See Details
Fly Fishing Lessons on Private Water 'Fly Fishing Lessons on Private Water' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Devin and Mac. Join your host on a private 40 acres to begin your day with some fly fishing, knot tying, pattern selection, and learn how to find fish. The experience lasts 2 hours and can accommodate up to 2 guests ages 18 and up. Rates start at $150 per person. See Details
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