A Four-Legged Itinerary
We know that dogs are so much more than just pets. They’re companions, hiking buddies and ice cream sharers. Going on vacation can be tough when you have to leave a piece of your heart behind.
That's why we’ve made Kinship a great place to stay with your pet. Your four-legged companion will love our cozying up on the Mae Woven dog beds you’ll find in any one of our pet-friendly Jr. Queen Suites, as well as our doggy potty station on the east side of the building. Not to mention, we have a huge outdoor patio where you can sip on a cocktail and enjoy a fire pit with your doggo laying by your feet.
Not only is our boutique hotel pet-friendly, but there’s so many things to explore with your pet in Colorado Springs. Looking for some adventure? We will help you build the perfect day out with your furry friend.
Get up, put on your leash and hit the trails:
One of the best ways to explore the city? Hit the trail and see some epic mountain views. There are plenty of dog-friendly trails in the Pikes Peak Region. Make sure to bring plenty of water and pick up after yourself and your pup to keep our trials in great shape and leave mother earth lookin’ better than you found her.
Fox Run - this regional park offers numerous trails that offer lake and mountain views. There’s also a fenced in dog park! Dogs must be kept on leash when hiking.
Mount Cutler - Don’t let the easy 1.7 miles fool you. This hike features amazing 360 mountain views. Dogs must be kept on leash.
Palmer Trail/Section 16 - Featuring beautiful wild flowers and mountain views, this hike is rated moderate with a steep elevation gain. Make sure to bring water! Dogs must be kept on leash.
Rampart Reservoir - This hike follows along side a river that leads to a reservoir, making it perfect for your pup to cool down. Dogs must be kept on leash.
Red Rock Canyon Open Space - With 1,747 acres, there’s a trail to suit you and your four-legged friend. Dogs must be kept on leash.
The Crags - The Crags is about an hour drive from Downtown Colorado Springs, but is one of the best hikes for newcomers, as it’s not too long and isn’t super difficult. Dogs must be kept on leash.
Garden of the Gods Off-Leash Area - Although dogs must be kept on leash in the park, there is a designated area for dogs to play and be off-leash under voice command. With great views of Pikes Peak, a water bowl and a wide area for your pup to play, this park is sure to please your pet.
In Dog Beers, You’ve Only Had One
- Homa Cafe + Bar - Offering a dog-friendly patio
- Pub Dog Colorado - The only bar in Colorado Springs specifically designed for dogs. Featuring a pet-friendly 3,000 square foot, outdoor fenced in off-leash area and indoor seating
- Goat Patch - Offering a dog-friendly patio
- Metric Brewing - Offering a dog-friendly inside & patio
- Cerberus Brewing - Offering a dog-friendly patio & beer garden
- FH Beerworks - Offering a dog-friendly patio & beer lawn
If you’re planning to bring your fuzzy little friend on your stay with us, don’t forget to book a pet-friendly room and select the pet addon when you book!