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Planning on making a Fruita roadie from SLC next weekend to get in a day or two of riding as the wife is ditching myself and our dog and flying back to the midwest to visit family. She loves a good roadtrip (the dog) so I think she'll be coming along. Just wondering if anyone knows of some dog-friendly (and preferably cheap) lodging in Fruita? She's a bit of a wanderer so I'm not going to be taking her with on the rides, I know you have enough boneheads on bikes wandering off trail as is. Just need a hotel that is okay with having a dog hang out in the room for a few hours during the day (nothing too long as I am really out of riding shape). Also, any good areas, parks, etc to run a dog around in town? We thank you in advance for any advice!
 

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Planning on making a Fruita roadie from SLC next weekend to get in a day or two of riding as the wife is ditching myself and our dog and flying back to the midwest to visit family. She loves a good roadtrip (the dog) so I think she'll be coming along. Just wondering if anyone knows of some dog-friendly (and preferably cheap) lodging in Fruita? She's a bit of a wanderer so I'm not going to be taking her with on the rides, I know you have enough boneheads on bikes wandering off trail as is. Just need a hotel that is okay with having a dog hang out in the room for a few hours during the day (nothing too long as I am really out of riding shape). Also, any good areas, parks, etc to run a dog around in town? We thank you in advance for any advice!
I know the Comfort Inn allows dogs.
 

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Just stayed at the Motel 6 back in Jct and they allow dogs also...I believe with a deposit....good luck
 
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