Dog-Friendly | Kalispell

Dog-Friendly Travel

In & Around Kalispell

We hold our furry friends near and dear to our heart and want to take them everywhere. Trust us, we know! Explore our dog-friendly mountain town offering trails and lakes to day-cares and dog parks. Keep in mind if your dog isn’t allowed on a trail or park, there is a good reason such as to protect wildlife and water sources.

Dog Friendly Places to Go

From local State Parks to favorite water holes, exploring is best when our pets are along for the adventure. Here are suggestions from local’s for the best places to take your pup.

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Dog Friendly Trails

With hundreds of miles of trails around Kalispell, be sure you’re sticking to trails that allow dogs and know the rules whether a leash required or not. Remember, Glacier National Park does not allow dogs on trail.

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Dog Parks & Day Care

Whether you’re off to explore Glacier National Park or out with a guide for the day, local doggie daycares are here to love and care for your pups. If you’re looking for a great spot to let your dog socialize and run free, the Kalispell fenced dog park is open year-round.

Glacier K9 Resort & Spa

The Dog Club

Paws to Play Dog Park

Adventures With Your Dog

Montana is made for adventures and adventure is a dog’s best friend. Kalispell offers dog-friendly trails, parks, lodging and places to eat and drink.

Paws to Play Dog Park

Paws to Play Dog Park is a safe and natural off-leash park for dogs to run free and socialize with other dogs. Please be respect, well-behavior canines only.

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Foy’s to Blacktail Trails

Less than 10 minutes from Kalispell, Herron Park is a mountain bikers’ / hikers’ / cross-country skiers’ gateway to a vast trail system, Foy’s to Blacktail Trails, through timberlands extending south toward Blacktail Mountain.

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Jewel Basin

Jewel Basin area offers 15,349 acres of wilderness that includes 27 lakes and 35 miles of trails. Trails are easy to access at the parking lot, Camp Misery.

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Recreate Responsibly

It takes all of us working together to keep Montana wild, beautiful and pristine. Here in Kalispell, we’ve always been big advocates of responsible travel. Since our mountain town is in one of the most stunning places in the United States, it seems fitting that we do our part to help take care of it, including sharing information with visitors and residents about how to #RecreateResponsibly.

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Flathead National Forest

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No matter your lodging preference, Kalispell has an array of options. From family-friendly accommodations to historic stays, explore our offerings below.

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