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Bringing your best friend on your adventures out West? Cheyenne offers perks for your pup, from pet-friendly accommodations to parks to play!
Things to Do with Your Dog Near Cheyenne
Looking for things to do with your dog? Cheyenne is filled with places you can bring your dog! Wide open spaces, new smells, a few dog friendly stores and a long, dog friendly greenway make Cheyenne a great place to visit with your furbaby. All you need is a leash, a well behaved, good boy or girl and you’re bound to have plenty of fun! From state parks to dog parks, we’ll show you where your pup can have a great time in the Capitol City.
Where to Stay with Your Dog in Cheyenne
If you're looking for pet-friendly hotels in Cheyenne, WY, BringFido has you covered. They list at least 28 different options for pet-friendly hotels, Air B&B's, and campgrounds in Cheyenne. Be sure to check each property's pet policy and fees before booking to avoid any surprises.
For a more rustic experience, Curt Gowdy State Park is a great option just 40 minutes west of Cheyenne. The park has over 35 miles of trails, which offer plenty of opportunities to wear you and your dog out.
Comfort Inn and Suites
The Historic Plains Hotel
Located in Downtown Cheyenne, the Historic Plains Hotel is located in the heart of the action in the Capitol City, giving you and your furry friend a great chance to explore the area.
TownePlace Suites offers a pet friendly welcome along with free breakfast buffet and free wifi. There is a 75 pound weight limit for dogs, so large dog owners may need to find other options.
Red Lion Hotel & Conference Center Cheyenne
Parks and Trails for Dogs in Cheyenne
If you're searching for places to walk dogs near Cheyenne and stay closer to civilization, Cheyenne has a variety of parks to let your pup stretch his or her legs. The two largest and most popular options are Lions Park and Holliday Park.
Another popular dog park where many locals bring their canines for socialization is the Cheyenne Community Nancy Mockler Dog Park. All three locations provide bags and garbage receptacles so you can easily clean up after your dog.
For longer walks or bike rides, consider exploring Cheyenne's Greenway system. The system provides over 21 miles of connected paved trails, making it a great option for getting some exercise with your furry friend. Whether you prefer walking, running, or biking, there's something for everyone on the Greenway. Just remember to clean up after your dog and dispose of waste properly to help keep the trails clean and enjoyable for everyone.
Another idea to let your dog frolic about is a new development called SniffSpot. This is like an AirBnB for dog parks. Landowners with a bit of area to spare can set up a safe spot for your dogs to roam and play. Multiple people in Cheyenne and Laramie County have joined up and offer a spot for your pup, so it may be worth a look.
What began as a natural basin, was piped to hold water for the city in the 1880’s and became a lake and eventually a park. Today Lions Park is one of the prime spots to visit for a place to walk your dog near Cheyenne with your pup.
Nancy Mockler Dog Park
Sometimes a dog just needs to get the running out, and this is a spot you can let your dog off leash. There is a large park with an agility course and shelters for larger dogs, along with a smaller section for dogs 30 pounds or smaller.
Greater Cheyenne Greenway Multi Use Trail
If you and your pup like longer walks, you can’t beat the Greater Cheyenne Greenway system. The Greenway consists of multiple routes all over the city, with 39 miles of ten-foot wide, paved walkway.
Dog-Friendly Cafes and Breweries in Cheyenne
After all that exercise, you and your pup can relax at a dog friendly coffee shop, or one of the other dog-friendly cafes or breweries in town. Freedom's Edge Brewery, and Blue Raven Brewery, both welcome well behaved pups indoors. Accomplice Beer Company allows dogs on their outdoor patio, and the Paramount Cafe allows dogs in the outdoor seating areas while offering “puppiccinos” for you furry friends.
Freedom's Edge Brewery
Blue Raven Brewery
Accomplice Beer Company
Additional Pet Services in Cheyenne
While Cheyenne offers numerous places you can bring your dog, inevitably your family will probably want to discover parts of Cheyenne that are not adapted to Fido’s needs. If that is the case, the Red Ruff Inn, the K-9 Kennels, and the Bradbury Boarding Camp each have a variety of services, basic to luxury, to help Fido feel at home while the humans of your group are exploring. There are a variety of pet-centric companies here that would be convenient for travelers.
Avenues Pet Clinic boasts an on-call vet for emergency care, any time of day, seven days a week. Both Tailwaggers and Cheyenne Dog Food Company are go-to sources for a variety of pet foods, toys, accessories, and even a self-serve dog wash (great for post-camping!) And if all else fails, we have a Petco in town too!
Red Ruff Inn
The Red Ruff is one of the premiere dog care facilities in Cheyenne. On top of a dog hotel and doggie daycare, they offer grooming options for your pup’s stay as well. Keep in mind the Red Ruff Inn allows dogs to play with other dogs for great socialization, so if that’s a concern make sure to take it into consideration.
Bradbury Boarding Camp
Located just a little ways out of town, Bradbury Boarding Camp is a luxury pet lodge and country resort for your fur baby. Bradbury offers safety and luxury - including a 24/7 onsite vet tech and luxury lodging options.
Avenues Pet Clinic
Cheyenne Dog Food Company
Tail Waggers and Wash
Tail Waggers and Wash is another great spot to find everything your dog might needs on vacation. Tail Waggers offers both grooming and self service baths along with food, treats, toys and chews for your dog.
Cheyenne: Where Dogs are Always Welcome
Visit Cheyenne is happy to welcome ALL visitors to our town – even the four-legged ones! Hope to see you and your puppies soon!