No.. really, this state has a huge variety of dog friendly shopping, travel and dining in most every nook and cranny of the state. We will do our best to search out the hidden spots for you.
If you know of a fantastic dog park in Colorado that isn’t listed please feel free to contact us or add it in the comments below.
BOULDER DOG PARKS
East Boulder: There is a park located at 5660 Sioux Drive near the East Boulder Community Center and includes a small lake for those labs and retrievers to go nuts in!
Foothills: This park is in North Boulder, west of Broadway and between Locust and Lee Hill Roads. It offers separate areas for both small and large dogs.
Howard Heuston: 34th Street, south of Iris Ave. and east of 30th St. This is the only non-fenced dog park in Boulder. The majority of the park is leashed but there is an off-leash area that is well-marked.
Valmont: This 3 acre park is in Northeast Boulder off of Valmont Road, east of Foothills Parkway.
COLORADO SPRINGS DOG PARKS
|Dog Runs (Hiking areas where dogs are allowed off-leash if kept under control):|
|Garden of the Gods Park||Area east of Rock Ledge Ranch & south of Gateway Rd.|
|Red Rock Canyon Open Space||Designated Dog Loop trail areas south of main parking lot.|
|Palmer Park||Yucca Flats|
|Dog Parks (Fenced areas where dogs are allowed off-leash if kept under control):|
|Cheyenne Meadows Park (south portion)||Native grass area off Charmwood Dr. and Canoe Creek Dr.|
|Palmer Park||Old baseball field, .3 miles from Maizeland entrance|
|Rampart Park||Just east of the baseball diamond.There are dozens of sites with information on dog parks in Colorado, check out the links below:|
PUEBLO DOG PARKS
City Bark at City Park – Pueblo
Nuckolls Ave Pueblo, CO
west end of the park
Managed By: City of Pueblo
The City Bark in Pueblo is 2.5 fenced acres with drinking water, benches and a treee.