Here is the list of Things To Do In Colorado With Dogs:
MANITOU CLIFF DWELLINGS MUSEUM
When you visit the Manitou Cliff Dwellings Museum, your dog is always welcome. You can also explore the replicas of Ancient Puebloan architecture beyond the dwellings. These include a mesa top homestead and a bakery oven. The museum is located in a three-story building in traditional Pueblo design. It also features a nature walk that includes well-labeled horticulture.
PIKES PEAK- AMERICA’S MOUNTAIN
On an annual basis, nearly 1,500 people attempt Pikes Peak. How many people make it to the top of Pikes Peak, the 31st highest mountain in Colorado? Let your pet enjoy the many trails that run up America’s Mountain while you take a drive up Pikes Peak. Pikes Peak is worth visiting for the many events, such as marathons or fireworks displays. It is best to view it at your own pace with your furry friend.
You can enjoy the most spectacular mile of scenery together with your pet. This is a series of waterfalls in a box canyon. You can see which of you climbs the stairs first. However, the steps leading to the highest falls are steep and slippery. This could pose a problem for your pet. You might be able to entice your four-legged friend to climb the stairs by offering encouragement and food at the nearby dog-friendly restaurant.
ROYAL GORGE BRIDGE & PARK
You can explore the highest suspension bridge in North America with your dog. There are also many outdoor areas around the site, including a rim trail that offers a spectacular bridge view. Fearful dogs who are not comfortable with heights can use the free kennels on a first-come, first-served basis. Would you please bring a water bowl? Your dog can be allowed to relax in one of the kennels while the rest of the family enters the buildings. You can bring your dog along on a leash if you choose to ride the aerial gondola, which is included in the admission price.
PETERSON SPACE & AIR MUSEUM
Peterson is a museum that allows pets to be in it. Before you go on your walk, your furry friend will be able to meet Matilda, the museum’s spokesdog. Both of you will learn about space history, from the roaring 20s to the present. It’s better to spend a day learning about the stars than to be left in the hot sun. At the Peterson Museum, all can enjoy the museum, both human and dog. Ensure that your dog is well-behaved and kept on a leash during your visit.
COLORADO JEEP TOURS
Colorado Jeep Tours is located in the Royal Gorge, Canon City. They offer dog-friendly jeep tours that take you along the Red Canyon Park, Royal Gorge Bridge & Park, and the Gold Belt Scenic Byway. All breeds and sizes are welcome to accommodate families who wish to bring Fido along on their family vacation.
CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN & MUELLER STATE LAND PARKS
A new policy has been implemented in Mueller State Parks and Cheyenne Mountain. It allows dogs to use specific trails, including Bobcat Way and Raccoon Ridge. According to park rules, dogs must be kept on a leash of no more than six feet. Dog owners must clean up after their pets and not cause conflict with other animals or park visitors. All over the park, there are doggy-pick-up bags.
PUB DOG COLORADO
Colorado’s first and only restaurant that allows dogs to dine indoors. The restaurant and bar offer outdoor and indoor seating for dogs. With 3,000 feet of off-leash space, dogs can enjoy socialization and relaxation while their owners enjoy a meal or a cold drink. Pub Dog Colorado is located within walking distance of Red Rock Open Space and Bear Creek Dog Park. This makes it an excellent place for locals to spend time with their dogs before or after outdoor adventures.
DOGGIE TREAT TRUCK
Furry Friends Inc. will be serving delicious treats to dogs in the Pikes Peak area from a food truck. Pooches worldwide will be drooling at homemade cupcakes and bacon-flavored ice cream. You can find the car at your local farmer’s market on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.