Best Dog Parks In Billings – KBear’s Top 5
In talking to a number of pet owners in and around Billings, I have learned that Billings has a passion for truly caring for their dogs. If you just recently got a dog and you are still
learning the ropes on where to take your dog to exercise, KBear’s Top 5 should help you out!
Norm Schoenthal Island and Conservation Education Center: Located on the north side of the Yellowstone River just west of South Billings Boulevard. There is a parking lot with a bridge access to the island and numerous gravel trails. Several winding trails too.
Riverfront park, which is actually a county park leased by the city, serves many needs not only for people and families but plenty of curious terrain for your dogs.
Charlene St. N. of NW Energy Plant. Another city park maintained by Billings Park and Recreation. Coulson park is a big one for running your dog off leash and alot of people go there and let their dog run behind a vehicle for extreme dogg-cise!
Coulson Park connects you to Two Moon Park via Billings trail system.
Then of course High Sierra Park, west end of Wicks Lane is a great wild area and future home of Billings first full blown dog park, construction has already started!
Billings boasts “dog friendly” stores in town too! Shipton’s Big R, Cabellas and Pets Smart.
Web sites are so numerous too…. dogchannel.com comes to mind. Dog channel is great for sharing pictures, you can buy your pooch clothes, create a dog profile, and feeding/care tips.