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Colorado Dog Friendly Parks
If you need to take your dog to a park while you are on vacation, here are
some of the pet friendly parks in Colorado.
West Arvada Dog Park - W . 64th Ave near Virgil
20+ Acre site 4 Phases - Phase 1 open. Location: 17975 West 64th Parkway -
approximately 1/2 mile east of Highway 93 on the north side of 64th (just
east of the Arvada/Blunn Reservoir). Directions: approximately 1/2 mile east
of Highway 93 on the north side of 64th.
Grandview Park Dog Park
-17500 E. Salida Street
Fenced, parking, water, trash cans, and it's FREE! Location: 17900 E. Quincy
Ave. Directions: Take Quincy Ave East. Cross Buckley Rd, go 4 blocks and
take a right. It is along the damn, not in the reservoir. For additional
information you can call 303-739-7160.
Cherry Creek State Park
Off leash dog training are. Open fields w/ trees, bushes and running
streams. Parker Road and Orchard. Also accessible through the park
entrances. Annual State park passes available at State park entrance. Prices
change yearly. The fee for a Colorado State Parks pass is $60.00 plus $3.00
for water. Daily pass is $7/day. This is also a horse riding area, so you
must be able to control you dog on command. Directions: Take I-225 to Parker
Rd. Exit and turn South on Parker Rd. follow down approx 5 miles and turn
left on Orchard Rd. driveway is approx 15 ft. down on the right. You can see
the trails and all the dogs having fun from Parker Rd.
Quincy Reservoir - 17900 E. Quincy Ave.
East Boulder Park
Approx. 2 mile walking path in fenced open
space. Dogs must be under voice command; rangers visit and will fine you if
dogs harass prairie dogs near fence;2 small ponds for splashing. Location: E
on Baseline Rd from Hwy 42, W of 75th on S side of Baseline.
Howard Hueston Dog Park
East of Iris AVE. For dogs trained in voice and sight commands. Parks open
from dawn to dusk. For more information call 303-413-7200. Dogs must be
licensed and be non-aggressive. Licenses issued by the Humane Society of
Boulder Valley, 2323 55th St.
Valmont Dog Park
-5275 Valmont Road
Park at Valmont Road west of Sterling Drive. Located just east of the
intersection of Airport and Valmont Road. Parks open from dawn to dusk. For
more information call 303-413-7200. Dogs must be licensed and be
Foothills Community Park's Dog Park - Foothills Community Park
Broomfield County Commons Park - Sheridan and 13th
Bear Creek Regional Park Dog Park.
25+ acres of fenced fun. The Bear Creek Dog Park was established in 1997 in
response to citizens and park patrons as an off-leash voice-command dog
park. The Dog Park encompasses approximately 25 acres and is presently
fenced on three sides of the park with the final portion of fencing to be
installed during the second quarter of 2006. (This is mostly complete.) With
Bear Creek running along the south side, dogs may enjoy a drink from the
mountain creek. Through fundraising efforts from El Paso County Parks and
LOOP (Lovers of Off-leash Parks), a local citizen group, a Small Dog Area
was created during the late Fall of 2005. The area is just under two acres
and is adjacent to Bear Creek with steps and a handrail leading to the
creek. It is completely fenced with two double-entry vestibules to protect
small dogs from the larger ones. Different creek access along the creek -
some deep, some shallow, some rocky. The best fun a dog could have...3/4
mile loop trail, plus lots of social trails, hills, downhills, areas to
throw a ball, sit under a tree and listen to the babbling brook. Bear Creek
Dog Park is located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and the base of
Pikes Peak with an elevation change of at least 100 feet going from the
north boundary to the south boundary. The terrain provide dogs and their
owners a variety of exercise options. Amenities in the Bear Creek Dog Park
include: 8 bag dispensers and 9 trash cans, 3 benches and several log
resting places. The main trail is three quarters of a mile which makes a
loop around the park Several social trails 4 access points into the park 2
double-entry vestibules into the Small Dog Area Donated ball dispenser
Collection point for donated dispenser bags Information kiosk with two
sides, one side for the Parks Department and one side for the park users 2
picnic tables New dog house for donated balls. A short trail set aside from
the rest of Bear Creek as an off-leash dog park. Location: 21st Street.
Directions: East on 21st Street, South of Hwy 24/W Cimmarron St. Drive up
the large hill, at the light at the bottom turn right into the parking lot.
Garden of the Gods Park Off-Leash Area
- Gateway Road
Palmer Park Dog Park - 3650 Maizeland
fenced in softball field that has a special entrance. Open one gate, close,
then open another gate that actually goes into park. It has bags for
pick-ups, and benches for owners. Also has human water fountain with dog
bowl fountain on the side. Anywhere from 10-50 dogs running and playing
together at one time. There are many different entrances, easiest is go
south on Acadamy to Maizeland, take a right, then take a right into the
entrance of Palmer Park (about one block), then go about one more block and
Dog Park is on your right.
Rampart Park Dog Park - 8270 Lexington
benches, trees, parking, disposal bags, water, trash cans. Access for the
disabled. Hours: Daily 5 a.m.-11 p.m., May-Oct.; 5 a.m.-9 p.m., rest of
year. Location: 8270 Lexington Dr. Directions: From the intersection of
Lexington Drive and N. Union Boulevard, go north on Lexington, then turn
left into the park entrance.
Barnum Park Off-Leash Area - Hooker and West 5th
Berkeley Park Dog Park - Sheridan and West 46th
Denver's Off Leash Dog Park - 666 South Jason Street
This park is Denver's first
off leash dog park. It is open from sunrise to sunset, seven days a week.
The park is located directly behind the Denver Animal Control building.
Location: 666 S. Jason. Directions: Take Alameda to S. Platte River Drive,
go left - it turns into Jason St & the dog park is up a few blocks on the
Fuller Park Dog Park - Franklin and East 29th
Green Valley Ranch East Off-Leash Area - Jebel and East 45th
It is an off leash area, but it is not fenced in. The park has posts on all
four corners of the park, and a sign stating "please keep dogs within
boundaries". The park is filled with thorns and cacti, therefore not very
conditions for a dog to run and have fun. Location: Jebel and East 45th
Kennedy Soccer Complex Off-Leash Area - Hampden and South Dayton
Bayou Gulch Regional Park - Fox Sparrow Road
Fairgrounds Regional Park - Plum Creek Parkway
Glendale Farm - Surrey Ridge
Durango Dog Park - Smelter Mountain & Highway 160
Park Dog Park - Off US 36, east of town
Asik's Meadow Dog Park - Between Frontier Street and Foxfire Street
Fossil Creek Park - off Lemay
Dog Park - Horsetooth Rd
Tony Grampsas Park - W. 44th Avenue & Salvia Street
Run Dog Park - West of downtown Greeley on F Street
Rovers' Run at Redstone Park
Glendale Farm Open Space - South of Lincoln Ave in the Surrey Ridge
Chatfield State Park
Longmont Francis Dog Park - SE corner of Francis & 21st
Longmont Airport Dog Park - Vrain Rd. .
Louisville Community Park - Bella Vista Dr and County Rd
Dog Park - Irma, just north of 104th
Parker Off-Leash Dog Park - In South Parker in the Bayou Gulch Regional
Dog Park - 105th Avenue
and Simms Street