Dog-friendly itinerary

Ouray, Colorado is one of the most dog-friendly places you could possibly find. With many stores, restaurants, and lodging options that allow dogs to partake in the fun, you must make Ouray a must-do destination.

We understand that our furry-friends are also family members. So we want to help show you what you can do with your dog, where you can go, and where you can stay. Dogs deserve vacations too! So don’t leave them behind, let them be a part of the memories!

Dog-Friendly businesses

  • Dog sleeping in bed

    Dog-Friendly Lodging

    • Ouray Inn

    • Ouray Main Street Inn

    • Ouray Riverside Resort - Inn, Cabins, & Jeeps

    • Ouray Riverside Resort - RV Park and Cabins

    • Quality Inn

    • Twin Peaks Lodge & Hot Springs

  • Dog laying under table

    Dog-Friendly Restaurants

    • Brickhouse 737

    • Colorado Boy Southwest Pub

    • Full Tilt Saloon

    • Goldbelt Bar & Grill

    • KJ Wood Distillers

    • Maggie’s Kitchen

    • MineShaft Restaurant & Tiki Bar

    • Mojo’s Coffee Chai & Teas

    • Mouse’s Chocolates and Coffee

    • Mr. Grumpy Pants Brewery

    • Ouray Brewery

    • Ouray Café & Steakhouse

    • Red Mountain Brewing

    • Thai Chili

    • The Outlaw

    • Timberline Deli

  • 2 dogs sitting on sidewalk looking over town

    Dog-Friendly Activities

    • Hiking - There are 300+ miles of trails all around Ouray, Colorado. All our trails are dog-friendly.

    • Jeeping - If you bring your own jeep, make sure you have window access for you dog’s views. There are even jeep guides in Ouray that allow them to join on the adventure. Just call in advanced and ask.

    • Dog-Park - Located on the corner of 1st Street and 8th Avenue, this is a great location to meet other furry-friends.

    • Fellin Park - A great park next to the Ouray Hot Springs for dogs to play fetch or roll around in the grass.

    • Ghost Towns - We have many areas where you can access ghost towns.

    • Cross-Country Skiing - In the winter time, our river trail, and the Ironton Townsite is great for Cross Country Skiing or snowshoeing. Dogs are more than welcome to enjoy the snowy trail.

    Photo by @TravelingBitners