Dog Friendly Activities in Santa Fe, NM

There are 51 dog friendly activities in Santa Fe. 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 Santa Fe.

Pet Friendly Frank S. Ortiz Dog Park
Frank S. Ortiz Dog Park This spectacular off-leash park has 138 acres of arroyos and hills, miles of trails, and commanding views of Santa Fe. Frank S. Ortiz Dog Park is one of the largest parks of its kind in the United States. The dog-friendly park is not fenced-in, but dogs can roam comfortably on the trails without approaching the outer perimeters. Dogs are allowed off leash to run and play. Patrons are asked to look out for and clean up after their dogs. See Details
Pet Friendly Santa Fe Jeep Tours
Santa Fe Jeep Tours Santa Fe Jeep Tours is pet-friendly. This guided one-of-a-kind experience allows you and your pooch to explore Santa Fe and the surrounding desert & mountain ranges. Their Jeep Wranglers will take you from the desert to the mountains and everywhere in-between. The tours include the 4-hour Devil’s Throne, the 3-hour Santa Fe Ski Basin Tour, the 4-hour Cow Creek, and the 6-8-hour Elk Mountain Tour. If you want a mix of desert, canyon, and mountain, the Los Alamos Dome Tour is a perfect blend of all three. Please disclose the breed and weight of your dog(s) when booking and an appropriate fee will be added. See Details
Santa Fe Animal Shelter Dog Park Your pet will love to play off-leash at this fenced dog park which includes a separate area for small dogs and water spigots. Be careful - they may get muddy! See Details
Santa Fe Brewing - The Brakeroom Santa Fe Brewing's dog-friendly location on Galisteo Street called he Brakeroom welcomes Fido to join you in the tasting room or on the heated patio. The beer on offer is brewed in the nearby brewery and often changes, giving visitors a new taste regularly. See Details
Desert Dogs Brewery & Cidery Taproom Desert Dogs Brewery and Cidery is a dog-friendly taproom in downtown Santa Fe, NM. With 21 taps, Desert Dogs specializes in brewing delicious brews and ciders and also offers some of New Mexico's best beers from other local breweries. Fido is welcome inside. Street tacos are available to order, and Fido will enjoy dipped peanut butter Milk Bones. See Details
Fort Marcy Dog Park Fort Marcy Dog Park is a dog park in Santa Fe, NM. This fenced space was created specifically for small dogs. They are welcome to play off-leash. Please note that large dogs are not allowed at this dog park. See Details
Nedra Matteucci Sculpture Gardens Well-behaved dogs are welcome in the Sculpture Gardens. They must be leashed and they must not disturb the ducks that have settled on the property. See Details
State Capitol Grounds Leashed dogs are welcome in the State Capitol Grounds, which is located near Old Santa Fe Trail and Paseo de Peralta. Plenty of green space to walk Fido. See Details
Loretto Line Tour Company Bring Fido along for a tour of Santa Fe with Loretto Line Tour Company. Well-behaved, leashed dogs of any size are welcome to join their humans on tours. You will learn more about the art, architecture, and history of Santa Fe from the comfort of their open-air buses. Call or visit the website for specific tour information. See Details
Railyard Park Conservancy Railyard Park Conservancy in Santa Fe, NM, is pet friendly. The Railyard Park is a new 12-acre stretch of parks and the Railyard Plaza in the heart of Santa Fe. Bring your pooch along to explore the open space, community gathering place, Rail Line corridor, trail corridor, and plaza area. Check out the cool trains along the way with your leashed pooch by your side. Dog owners are reminded to keep their pups leashed and clean up any mess that is left behind. See Details
Five & Dime General Store Leashed dogs are welcome to join you at Five & Dime General Store in Santa Fe, NM. This pet-friendly shop sells many necessities, including toys, sunscreen, first aid supplies, snacks and a snack bar, souvenirs, post cards and much more. See Details
Santa Fe Mountain Adventures Santa Fe Mountain Adventures, formerly Santa Fe Walkabouts, offers a wide variety of tours in-and-around Santa Fe led by friendly, knowledgeable guides. Choose from dog-friendly hiking tours, scenic tours, off-road adventures, and winter sports. Two leashed dogs weighing up to 100 lbs may accompany their humans on tours. Reservations are not required but are highly recommended. See Details
The Harrell House Bug Museum The Harrell House Bug Museum is a unique, family and dog-friendly experience located in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The exhibit on display contains 4,700 mounted insects from around the world which boast some of the largest and rarest insect and arachnid specimens anywhere. There's also a collection of 150 live animals. Leashed and well-behaved dogs are allowed inside. Harrell House is open Monday through Saturday from 10am to 6pm and Sunday from 12pm to 5pm. See Details
Cerrillos Hills State Park Off the beaten path park with hiking loops and expansive views. Leashed dogs are welcome on trails. See Details
Custom Tours by Clarice See the sights and hear the history of Santa Fe. Daily, 90-minute tours highlight important historic sights as well as restaurants and places to shop. Well-behaved pets are always welcome on the tours, as long as they rest on your lap or at your feet. See Details
Santa Fe Pedicabs Dogs are welcome in Santa Fe Pedicabs. They offer custom tours to the local areas historical, cultural, and shopping hot spots. The tours are $60 per hour and the riders bill by the minute, so a five minute ride will only set you back $5. They operate tours every day of the week May through November from 9am to 10pm. See Details
Things Finer Things Finer is a pet-friendly jewelry and antique shop in Santa Fe. Dogs are welcome to join their owners on a leash, as they peruse the aisles of fragrances, precious woods, metals, and exotic materials. Things Finer is open Monday through Saturday from 10am to 5pm and Sunday from 11am to 4pm. See Details
The Original Santa Fe Ghost Tour The Original Santa Fe Ghost Tour is pet-friendly. ​This pet-friendly tour takes you around places of interest, tells you the tale of Julia Staab, and you can hear all about the smelly ghost (can't blame Fido for this one). The weekly public tour departs Hotel St. Francis on Saturday evenings at 5:45pm. These tours are also available from March to November on Friday evenings from 6pm from La Fonda Hotel. Tickets are $16 per person, but dogs get a fright for free. The tours last around two hours. Alternatively, you and your pooch can book a private mega tour that lasts three hours and takes in more than 20 ghosts in town! See Details
The Reel Life Dogs are welcome to join a tour held by the Reel Life in Santa Fe. They offer guided public and private tours in the waters throughout northern New Mexico. They guide full and half day trips on the Pecos, Chama, Rio Grande, Brazos, Jemez and more. Both native New Mexicans, Nick and Ivan have extensive experience fly fishing and guiding in the Santa Fe area. Although the listing is the shop location, the tours are the pet-friendly aspect of the Reel Life. Contact them via phone for more details and to organize a tour. See Details
Santa Fe Painting Workshops Santa Fe Painting Workshops is a dog-friendly art activity in Santa Fe, NM, offering personalized painting workshops to beginner and intermediate painters, with staff having more than 20 years of painting experience. Paint, canvas, aprons, and more are provided! Fido is welcome to join you at your class, so long as they are well-behaved and leashed. See Details
Salvador Perez Park Fido is welcome to play off leash in a designated, dog-friendly area behind the complex at Salvador Perez Park in Santa Fe, NM. Dogs must be wearing an up-to-date rabies vaccination and animal license tag at all times. The park is also home to a vintage Santa Fe Railroad locomotive on permanent display, plus sports fields, picnic areas, and play equipment. See Details
Wine Walking in Historic Santa Fe 'Wine Walking in Historic Santa Fe' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Alexandra. Sniff, swish, and sip your way through historic Santa Fe! Dogs are allowed from June through September by request. The experience lasts 2 hours and can accommodate up to 5 guests ages 21 and up. You must have a valid government issued legal ID on you. You must be 21 or older for this tour. Children are not permitted. Rates start at $140 per person. See Details
Santa Fe Art Classes Bring your leashed dog with you while you take 2 hour-long step-by-step, guided painting class. Owner Robbi Firestone loves dogs. Bring your furry friend and experience an unforgettable, creative dog-friendly adventure. Become a part of Santa Fe’s rich cultural heritage by creating and taking home a mini-masterpiece. Classes are offered Saturday - Thursday, check the website for the current schedule. See Details