Dog Friendly Activities in Grand Lake, CO

There’s 1 dog friendly activity in Grand Lake, and 9 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 Grand Lake.

Pet Friendly Grand Lake Touring Center
Grand Lake Touring Center Grand Lake Touring Center has 4 kilometers of dog-friendly ski and snowshoe trails. As long as your dog is friendly, she can be off-leash on the dog-friendly trails. See Details
Pet Friendly Lake Isabelle and Pawnee Pass Trail
Lake Isabelle and Pawnee Pass Trail Lake Isabelle and Pawnee Pass Trail is a 7 mile 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 is a 5.4 mile 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
Rocky Mountain National Park Rocky Mountain National Park is pet-friendly. Dogs are not permitted on trails or in the backcountry of the park, but they can join you in areas accessed by vehicles, including roadsides, parking areas, picnic areas and campgrounds. They must be kept on a leash no longer than six feet and attended at all times. See Details
Woodland Lake, Lost Lake and Skyscraper Reservoir Trail Woodland Lake, Lost Lake, and Skyscraper Reservoir Trail is a 9-mile hike in Roosevelt National Forest that will take about 8 hours to complete with Fido. Your dog will love this trail for the three lakes to romp in, the soft ground on his paws, and the opportunity to hike by your side on broad segments. You too will enjoy the scenery and vistas along the way. See Details
Bark Park at Granby Trails Surrounded by beautiful mountains, the Bark Park at Granby Trails is an off-leash dog park with separate sections for small and large dogs. It also features a clean pond for animals to swim, and the whole park is fenced to allow Fido to run around freely. Hours of operation are daily from 8am to 6pm. See Details
Devil's Thumb Ranch Devil's Thumb Ranch prides itself on being Colorado's home for nordic sports. Leashed dogs are welcome on 8 kilometers of dog-friendly trails. Skijoring lessons are also offered at Devil's Thumb Ranch, so you can learn how to enjoy this sport with your pup. See Details
State Forest State Park Dogs are welcome at State Forest State Park, as long as they are on a leash. This park showcases the best of Colorado's rugged countryside, including 71,000 acres of colourful forest, jagged mountain peaks, and picturesque alpine lakes. You and Fido can stay at one of the many campsites in the area as well. One of the most popular things to do at the park is to view wild moose going about their days. The park is open all day, every day. See Details
Devil’s Thumb Ranch Both guests and day visitors are welcome at dog-friendly Devil Thumb's Ranch for skijoring in the winter and hiking year-round. With nearly 120 km of trails nestled in the pristine and private Ranch Creek valley at the base of the Continental Divide, Devil's Thumb Ranch is the premier Nordic center for Colorado and North American cross-country skiing. Novices can start the day with a private or group lesson from a friendly instructor. For skijoring, you must bring your own pet, as they don’t have any to adopt for the day. They recommend your dog is in good shape and at least 35 pounds for their own safety. Smaller pups are still welcome to enjoy our dog-friendly trails on a leash. Dogs on leashes are also welcome on dog-friendly hiking trails. Activities fees vary for lodging guests and day visitors. *** Call ahead to find out about any temporary restrictions due to COVID-19. *** 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