Surrounded by wide open spaces with miles of breathtaking trails and a growing number of places accessible by man’s best friend, Castle Rock and Parker are two of the best dog-friendly neighborhoods in Colorado.
Here are some great parks where you can spend time with your dog:
David M. Sonka Dog Park and Westcreek Disc Golf Course
Cherry Creek State Park- Off Leash Dog Area
Castle Rock Dog Park
Glendale Farm Open Space Dog Park
Chatfield State Park Dog Park
17855 Pine Lane, Parker, CO
This 18-hole disc golf course has five acres of park land and an off-leash area where you can bring your dog for some fun and exercise.
Dedicated to the late Parker resident, Maine Corporal David M. Sonka and his heroic military dog, Flex, the park is spacious prairie land with a few agility ramps to give you your dog an additional workout.
4201 S. Parker Road, Aurora, CO
Except for wetland trails and the swim beaches of the reservoir, dogs can accompany their owners at Cherry Creek State Park as long as they are on a leash no longer than six feet. There are hiking trails for you and your dog to explore.
The park offers also offers an area where your dog can run around. The off-leash area is woodland, allowing your pooch to weave through trees as they play. There are also two ponds and a stream for your dog to splash around in and cool off in on hot days.
3492 Meadows Boulevard, Castle Rock CO
Just north of Paintbrush Park, you’ll find this quiet, fully fenced-off leash park. Let your dog loose to roam the grassy fields or guide them through the climbable obstacles. The park uses two off-leash sections that are rotated to give park maintenance time to revitalize the grass. You can also relax outside the fenced area as there are picnic tables and benches and water for when you and your dog get thirsty.
100 Third Street, Castle Rock CO
Drive down to this fenced off-leash dog park for the rustic scenery provided by 17 acres of open space. Bring your pooch’s favorite toys as there’s more than enough room to play fetch. Get some exercise yourself as your dog goes through a 1.6-mile loop and an obstacle course with wooden staircase ramps and hurdles.
11500 N. Roxborough Park Road, Littleton CO
This is one of the most popular dog parks in the Denver area – and with reason. It’s a 69-acre fenced-in area full of wide, open spaces, ponds, and gravel and paved walking trails for your dog to roam across.
There are also designated Sport-Dog Training Areas designated for training bird-dogs so your pet can be taught retrieval skills without interference.
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