Dog Friendly Keystone
UPDATED: September 2018
Start planning a winter vacation the whole family will enjoy, even the furry ones. Featuring pet friendly lodging options, more dog friendly activities than you can shake a stick at. Keystone Resort is the perfect destination for those dreaming of the perfect ski vacation who would never dream of leaving Fido behind.
Dog Friendly Ski Lodges
Your dog will enjoy VIP treatment from the moment they set foot in the Hyatt Place in Keystone and it won’t be too shabby for you, either. Upon check-in dogs and dog owners will receive a welcome bag with complimentary treats, poop bogs, and information about local pet stores, doggy day care options and activities. Furry family members are allowed throughout the hotel and lobby area as long as they are on leash (and under 50 pounds). Hiking trails and a recreation path are just steps away from the front door. Please, contact the hotel ahead of time to make arrangements since pet-friendly rooms are limited. There’s an additional charge for a pet-friendly room.
Keystone Lodge and Spa
You and your pup can enjoy your vacation in comfort at the Keystone Lodge and Spa. . Dogs and their owners will receive a welcome bag full of treats and pet friendly info upon check-in. All dog friendly rooms have easy access to the outdoors making bathroom breaks and walks easy for everyone. Well behaved furry friends can be left in the room while not enjoying outdoor activities. The Keystone Lodge & Spa is surrounded by the majestic Rocky Mountains and thousands of acres of national forest, making it the ideal choice for winter sports enthusiasts and their pets. Please, contact the hotel ahead of time to let them know you will be traveling with pets because pet friendly rooms are limited. There is an additional nightly charge for a pet friendly room.
Dog Friendly Fun at Keystone Resort
There are tons of adventures to take your four legged friend on while at Keystone Resort from playing in the snow to hours on the trail. You are sure to return to your room with one tired pup.
Hit the Trails
There are dozens of dog friendly trails in and around Keystone perfect to explore with your four legged friend. While the Keystone Nordic Center is not dog friendly, it is the perfect place to rent snowshoes and cross country equipment for some pup & me bonding time in the gorgeous rockies. Our knowledgeable staff will fit you for equipment and can make nearby trail recommendations based on your preferences.
- Keystone Gulch – a 10 mile out and back trail. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for snowshoeing. This is a scenic and relatively flat location for a winter walk. Find it > http://www.dillonrangerdistrict.com/summer/Keystone_Gulch_TS.pdf
- Peru Creek Trail – This scenic trail is located one town over in historic Montezuma and features more aggressive elevation gains. Find it > http://www.dillonrangerdistrict.com/trails/Peru_Creek_Road.pdf
- Soda Creek Trail – This scenic trail overlooks the Keystone Stables, historic homestead and mountain views surrounding the area. This trail has a series of low and moderate elevation changes. Find it >http://www.mtbproject.com/trail/4054132
Holiday Lights & Fireside Activities
Take your pup on a tour of the holiday lights in River Run Village! Holiday music will play throughout the village as you take in a variety of lighting displays, ice sculptures and our perfectly decorated Christmas Tree!. Take a break and warm up by one of our gas fire displays or watch the ice skaters twirl around Dercum Ice Rink.
Meet the Avy Dogs!
Who doesn’t wish they could put their dog to work? Take a stroll over to Kidtopia Headquarters, located across from the Dercum Ice Rink, to meet Keystone’s most adorable employees, the Avy Dogs! It’s a chance to learn what it takes to be an avy dog, create some adorable photo opps and for your pup to make a new friend.
Your dog may have played in the snow before, but they’ve never played in THIS much snow! With an annual snowfall of 235 inches (that’s about 10 Golden Retrievers tall) we are talking serious snow play. Serious. Snow. Play. Like endless amounts of snowballs to chase after, mounds of snow to jump through miles of trails to travel and endless amounts fun.
What does our picturesque Keystone Lake turn into each winter? The largest Zamboni maintained outdoor skating rink in North America! While your dog can’t skate across it, the two of you can walk around the lake taking in the magnificent mountain views and magical holiday sights and sounds.
Doggy Day Care
Have a pup that gets sad and lonely when you aren’t around, or simply could use a day of fun romping around with other pups visiting the area? Keystone and the surrounding areas have a handful of Doggy Daycare options available to tire your pup out and keep him/her entertained while you are out and about!
- Dillon Dog Den – http://www.dillondogden.com/
- Breckenridge Dog House – http://breckenridgedoghouse.com/daycare/
- K9 Adventure Fitness – http://k9adventurefitness.com/
Find Individual Pet Sitters on:
go.rover.com – http://go.rover.com