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More parks open to dogs in Sandpoint

Here is the proof (from http://www.cityofsandpoint.com/): Ordinance No. 1248 – Dogs in Hickory Park (adopted November 17, 2010) Leashed dogs (a maximum of 3 per handler) will be allowed in Hickory Park on a trial basis, January 1, 2011, through December 1, 2011, with exceptions: No dogs are allowed inside the children’s playground area, the…

Moscow Trails | Trails

Latah Trail

The Latah Foundation spear headed this rail-to-trail. It goes from Moscow to Troy and is free of motorized vehicles. It is a great trail for roller blading / scootering /biking with your best friend since it is paved. It starts near the UI fountains in Moscow where 95 and 8 meet. The trail follows the…

Moscow Trails | Trails

Mary Minerva McCroskey Country Trail

The McCroskey State Park has a lot of offer! “This 5300-acre ridgeline park is dedicated to pioneer women. McCroskey State Park’s highlight is an 18-mile skyline drive through the park on unimproved roads provides spectacular views of the rolling Palouse country and access to 32 miles of multi-purpose trails. Facilities include a group day use…

Coeur d'Alene Trails | Trails

Marie Creek Trail

This is a newer trail that was made with the assistance of Panhandle Back Country Horsemen in 2002. All information on this trail is provided by Panhandle Back Country Horsemen. It is a loop that is just over 10 miles and only minutes from Coeur d’Alene. Directions: “From I-90 east of Coeur d’Alene take the…

Coeur d'Alene Trails | Trails

Chilco Mountain Trail

Information on this trail is from SummitPost.org: There is plenty of parking for this trail but no water. The two mile hike to the summit provides views of Purcell Trench, Rathdrum Prairie, Coeur d’Alene, St. Joe, Cabinet, and Selkirk Mountain Ranges, and Lake Pend O’Reille “From Coeur d’Alene, drive north on US 95 approximately 15…

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Balto Dog Park

Here is a beautiful place to take your dog. This park is not fenced but is large enough to not cause too many problems if you like to walk. There is a great trail to walk and typically you’ll have the trail to yourself! Owners should know that once you enter the city park dogs…