Need some help planning the perfect day for you and your pup? We’ve put together a fun-filled itinerary of dog-friendly ideas for your visit to Granby.
Head out for a Hike
Hike an out and back section of the Fraser to Granby trail from the Gazebo lot at the top of Village Road, or one of the many dog-friendly trails throughout Grand County. Remember to keep your dog leashed and bring water and poo bags to pack out pet waste.
Enjoy Lunch on the Patio
Head into downtown Granby and have lunch on the patio at Midtown Cafe. Serving a variety of sandwiches, salads, wraps and soups, it’s a great spot to relax in the shade and enjoy some delicious food.
Shop for Dog Toys & Treats
Before heading out for the next adventure, stop into Two Pines Supply or Ace Hardware to pick up some dog toys and treats. And yes, your dog can come along with you to help you choose.
Stop by the Bark Park at Granby Trails
Meet new furry friends, play fetch, splash in the pond, or try out the agility agreement. Please read the Bark Park Rules ahead of time.
Cool off at Lake Granby
Just 5 miles out of town, Lake Granby is a great spot to hang out on the beach or even try paddleboarding together if your best friend is up for it!
Listen to Live Music
Dogs are welcome at Music & Market at Polhamus Park and Summer Nights at Granby Ranch. Check the Destination Granby and Granby Ranch websites for the schedule.
Camp Under the Stars
Although there are several dog-friendly lodging options in the area, you can’t beat camping in the mountains. From developed campgrounds with full amenities to primitive sites you must hike to, there are plentiful options open to you and your dog. Note - dogs are allowed in campgrounds at Rocky Mountain National Park, but are prohibited from trails.