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Top 10 Dog Parks In Denver

WRITTEN BY Carter

1. Lowry Dog Park

Lowry Dog Park is situated near the Lowry Airforce Base. Located behind the local arena, you’ll need to leash up your fave pooch and head out for a walk as it is a 1/4 mile from the arena pawrking lot to this doggy playground, allowing you to double your pleasure and your fun. The dog play area at Lowry Dog Park is very spacious and fully fenced. Dogs of all sizes, shapes, and breeds are welcome to join in the off-leash fun at this pawrific doggy play haven. The dog run surface is comprised of both sand and grass, giving your pooch several different types of turf to enjoy. If you feel like copping a squat, Lowry Dog Park has lots of benches scattered throughout the play space where you can rest your weary bones. This comfortable seating offers you the pawrfect vantage point from which to view your doggo having a ball with their fave canine buds.

 

2. Stapleton Off-Leash Dog Park

Stapleton Dog Park is a large, sand-covered dog park with plenty of room for large-breed dogs to roam. There is no separate area for small dogs, so visitors should make sure their smaller dogs will not be intimidated by larger, energetic dogs. Other park features include shade trees, benches, and fountains. The water fountains cannot be counted on to work all the time, so bring water for your pup. Bring your own bags to clean up after your dog. There’s an expansive, enclosed sandy area for dogs to play off-leash, with a water fountain & bag supplies.

 

3. Berkeley Dog Park

In Denver, Berkeley Lake Dog Park is a 2-acre off-leash dog park situated near the Lakeside Amusement Park. The park is wide open with plenty of space to exercise your dog. It’s mainly a grassy and dirt field that could get muddy after it has rained. There is no direct access to the lake from the park. It does offer water filling stations, so bring your dog bowl. There is also an area for high energy dogs and low energy dogs. These two areas really help with the socialization of the dogs that visit this park. Owners need to be in charge of their dogs at all times, and you should always clean up after your dog. There are trash cans available on site, but you may need to bring your own doggie bags. This is a very pet-friendly park for you and your pooch to enjoy. It is definitely very nice to have a good city location that allows your dog to be off their leash.

 

4. Kennedy Dog Park

The Kennedy Dog Park is a designated area for exercising dogs in Denver, Colorado. Parking is available at the nearby Kennedy Soccer fields. Spaces can be of a premium during weekends when games are scheduled. The Kennedy Dog Park is a very spacious, three-acre off-leash dog park. The off-leash area is divided into two sections. One is for high energy and very active dogs; the other part is for quieter, low energy pets. There is a good-sized, gated staging area for leashing and unleashing dogs. All dogs must be leashed before leaving the off-leash zone. All dogs that use the park must have their vaccinations, including rabies, up to date and wear the correct tag on their collar at all times. Dogs that display aggressive behavior must be removed from the off-leash area immediately. Pet owners should be aware that the Pit Bull breed is not permitted entry into the dog park. The Kennedy Dog Park is surrounded by open countryside, and dog owners should be aware that they are in coyote country. It is advisable to remain vigilant and take the necessary precautions when exercising small dogs or exiting the fenced area.

 

5. Fuller Dog Park

The Fuller Dog Park is a section of the Fuller Park, just for dogs in Denver, Colorado. Vehicle parking is available on the streets of the local neighborhood. The Fuller Dog Park is an enclosed area that has been designated specifically for exercising dogs off-leash. It is surfaced with dirt, and there are patches of tufty grass in places. It is fenced with metal railings. Owners of small or thin dogs should be vigilant of their pets escaping through or beneath the bars. There is no specific area cordoned off for small dogs. All dogs must be leashed before exiting the dog park. There are no water fountains installed in the off-leash area; however, the dog park users operate an adopt-a-jug scheme for providing pets using the park with fresh water. All dogs using the facility must have current vaccinations, hold a Denver dog license, and wear the appropriate tags, including a rabies tag, on their collars at all times. Owners are held fully responsible for their dogs even when they are off-leash. Pet owners should be aware that Pit Bull breeds are not allowed in the off-leash dog park.

 

6. Carla Madison Dog Park

This is a compact, fenced-in dog park with a sand-pebble base, popular with neighborhood dog owners. All pet waste must be picked up and disposed of immediately. Dogs must have a current rabies vaccination and must be spayed or neutered, or have a current Denver Intact Permit.

 

7. Barnum Dog Park

The Barnum Dog Park is a special area for dog exercising in public Barnum Park in Denver, Colorado. This park is a designated off-leash zone specifically for dogs. It measures approximately three-quarters of an acre in size and is divided into two sections. There is no specific area for small dogs, but rather for quieter pets and another area for the livelier ones. The off-leash area is surfaced with fine-grade gravel mixed with dirt. A sturdy, waist-high chain-link fence surrounds it. There are a few trees outside of the fence perimeter. Dogs too young to be vaccinated against rabies are not permitted entry into the park. The Denver authorities request pet owners to bring extra supplies of poop bags and leave them in the bag dispensers to keep them stocked. Owners are also invited to join the Denver adopt-a-dog-park program to help keep the city’s ten dog parks open.

 

8. Railyard Dog Park

Railyard Dog Park is a fenced, off-leash dog park with separate areas for high energy and low energy dogs. The ground surface at this park is a soft, sandy soil rather than grass- Other features of the park include shaded areas, benches, and a water fountain. The water fountain is not always in service, so bring plenty of water for your pup. Please be a responsible pet owner and clean up after your pet. The Railyard Dog Park stemmed from a group of Downtown Denver residents and interested neighbors who joined together to find a place where dogs can be dogs. The Railyard Dogs charitable organization was created to raise funds to construct the park and otherwise improve the lives of Downtown Denver dogs.

 

9. Jason Street Dog Park

It is located in the Englewood area near Denver, and Jason Street Dog Park is located inside Jason Park. The dog park is fully fenced and provides benches and shade trees for a comfortable pup play experience. Potty bags are provided, but it’s always a good idea to come prepared. There is a substantial list of regulations and conditions that dog park users must abide by. Choke chains or prong collars are not allowed, and certain breeds are prohibited or restricted, including Pit Bulls.

 

10. Little Boxcar Dog Park

This is an off-leash dog park in downtown Denver, CO. It’s a very tiny park located across the street from a homeless shelter. There are not many other places in the area for a dog to run, so this park is better than nothing. It is an outdoor space used as a recreation area for pet dogs. Dog Park facilities are available for big dogs and small dogs. Some facilities include dog fountains and playgrounds.

 

Posted on November 20, 2020

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