A Dog’s Guide to the Treasure Valley

Dogs across the Treasure Valley love Idaho just as much as their human companions do. For many, our pets are more like family, so it only makes sense for our furry friends to tag along on our adventures and enjoy all that this beautiful land has to offer. Below are a few Fido-friendly places you and your dog can enjoy throughout the Treasure Valley!


Hiking and Trails 

Idahoans and visitors alike are no stranger to the limitless hiking trails available to them. Bring your furry companion to these dog-friendly trails. Worried about the winter condition? Just grab some snowshoes and you’ll be good to go! 

  • Military Reserve Trail
  • Table Rock
  • Camels Back Reserve 
  • Shafer Bute/Bogus Basin
  • Miler Gulch 

Dog Parks

Let your pet run free at these local dog parks:

  • Storey Bark Park
  • Ann Morrison
  • Treasure Valley Dog Island
  • Mariposa Park
  • Military Reserve Dog Park 
  • Molenaar Park 
  • Morris Hill 
  • Pine Grove Park 


Dog-Friendly Restaurants, Coffee Shops, and Breweries

Humans and doggos are both welcome here. Some even offer the dogs something off the menu!

  • The Still: offers pupsicles
  • Dutch Bros: offers pupachinos
  • 2 Paws Up Barkery: handmade and fresh, all-natural dog treats 
  • The Fork: get there before all the housemade dog treats run out! 
  • Push and Pour 
  • Western Collective
  • Payette Brewing 
  • Hops  & Bottles
  • The Shed
  • Healthy Habit 



Need to run an errand? You can actually bring your pups into these stores!

  • Lowes
  • Cabelas
  • Home Depot 
  • Petco 
  • PetSmart
  • BarkIdaho: Grooming and Pet Food Market


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