Off-Leash Dog Parks in Denver, CO

There are 9 off-leash dog parks in Denver. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Denver.

Pet Friendly Kennedy Dog Park
Kennedy Dog Park Kennedy Dog Park in Denver, CO, gives Fido the opportunity to play off-leash in a 3-acre enclosed space. Two fenced sections are designed to separate low energy and high energy pets, so your pooch can casually mingle or engage in a full on sprint with like-minded friends. Visitors should be aware that the park has minimal shade and the ground can become icy in winter. See Details
Pet Friendly Willow Bark Park
Willow Bark Park Willow Bark Park is an off-leash, fenced dog park in Denver, CO. This pet-friendly park has 2 sections, one for larger more active dogs and another for smaller or more timid dogs. There are picnic tables and benches for you to relax at while Fido plays! See Details
Lowry Dog Park Fido is invited to explore, socialize and play off leash at Lowry Dog Park in Denver, CO. The fully-fenced park has separate areas for large and small dogs, and an agility area with obstacles to please the most agile and adventurous pups. See Details
Greenway Dog Park Greenway Dog Park is a large, sand-covered dog park with plenty of room for Fido to roam in Denver, CO. There is not a separate fenced 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. Water is not always available at the water fountains, so remember to bring water for your pup as well as waste bags to clean up after your dog. Keep an eye out for signage at the entrance of the park notifying visitors of park closures. See Details
Berkeley Lake Dog Park Berkeley Lake Dog Park in Denver, CO, is a designated off-leash area located near the intersection of Sheridan Blvd and West 46th Avenue, near the historic Lakeside Amusement Park. There is a parking lot just off West 46th Avenue, and then head northwest from there along the path. Pet owners will be happy to know there is a separate fenced in area specifically designed for dogs under 25 pounds. The park can be a bit noisy do to its location but amusement park lights and roller-coaster sounds add to the atmosphere on fair-weather nights. Bring water as there is no access to the lake from inside the dog park. See Details
Green Valley Ranch East Park Dog Park Dogs are welcome to roam around and play with other canines off-leash at Green Valley Ranch East Park Dog Park in Denver, CO. This fenced area features dirt terrain with a shade pavilion, benches and waste bins. There are nearby picnic areas, sports fields and drinking fountains at this popular neighborhood park. See Details
Railyard Dog Park Railyard Dog Park in Denver, CO, 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. This dog park also has lighting. See Details
Fuller Dog Park Bring Fido for some off-leash fun at Fuller Dog Park, a larger than average dog park in Denver, CO. The dog park is located within the larger Fuller Park, and pets must be leashed until they are within the fenced dog park space. Please remember to bring your own water. See Details
Barnum Dog Park Bring Fido for some off-leash fun at Barnum Dog Park in Denver, CO. Located inside Barnum Park, this dog park has plenty of space for dogs to play and socialize. All dogs must be spayed/neutered or have a current Denver Intact Permit, have current rabies shots, and have a Denver dog license. See Details
Cherry Creek State Park Dog Off-Leash Area (DOLA) With 107 acres to roam off-leash, Cherry Creek State Park Dog Off-Leash Area (DOLA) in Aurora, CO is a paradise for dogs. Fido can explore all the new smells, make new friends, and splash in the creek all day long. Bring water for your thirsty pup and bags to clean up any messes. There is a fee to enter Cherry Creek State Park and another nominal fee to use the off-leash area. For frequent visitors, yearly passes are available. Dogs must be leashed when not in the fenced area. See Details
Chatfield Dog Park Chatfield Dog Park in Littleton, CO, offers 70-acres of off-leash fun within Chatfield State Park. An Annual DOLA Pass or Daily DOLA Pass is required. Both are available at the Entrance Stations and the Park Office when staffed. The park offers various terrains for Fido to explore, multiple trails, and ponds for dogs to swim. Visitors should bring drinking water for pets. See Details
West Arvada Dog Park West Arvada Dog Park in Colorado is a fenced park featuring over 10 acres of off-leash fun, including two separately fenced small and shy dog areas. During the warmer months agility equipment is available. See Details
East Boulder Dog Park Bring Fido to East Boulder Dog Park in Boulder, CO, for some off-leash fun. Pups enjoy swimming in the small lake in the warmer months that is within this fully fenced dog park. The large dog area is 1.5 acres, and the separate small dog section is 0.45 acres. Please note that there is a concrete barrier in the lake that some dogs may be able to climb. See Details
Howard Heuston Off-Leash Dog Area Your pet is welcome to play at Howard Heuston Off-Leash Dog Area in Boulder, CO. This designated dog-friendly area is marked by yellow poles, so make sure Fido is under voice control and be careful as it is not fenced. A Voice & Sight Tag is required through the Open Space and Mountain Parks Department before you visit. Please make sure your pup is on a leash outside of the designated area. This community park also features walking paths and picnic tables. See Details
Rover's Run at Redstone Park Rover's Run at Redstone Park is a neighborhood dog park in Highlands Ranch, CO. Fido is welcome to play off leash in the fenced-in area. The park features a large sandy area, covered tables, benches, and water for dogs. Make sure to bring water for yourself! See Details
Westminster Hills Off-Leash Dog Park Westminster Hills Off-Leash Dog Park offers Fido lots of room to play in Westminster, CO, with water spigots, huge grassy areas, rough trails and a seasonal pond. There's limited fencing, so be sure to keep an eye on your pup. See Details
Forsberg Off-Leash Dog Park Bring Fido to Forsberg Off-Leash Dog Park, located within Forsberg Iron Spring Park in Lakewood, CO. The dog park is a fully fenced area with two separate spaces for large and small dogs. After Fido explores the dog park, reattach his leash and head off along the paved walking trails at Forsberg Iron Spring Park. Visitors will also find cycling paths, picnic tables, and restrooms. See Details
Grandview Dog Park Your pet might end up taking a swim in one of the two ponds at this off-leash Grandview Dog Park in Aurora, CO. The park features five acres of space to play with an agility area and separate space for small dogs. Drinking water for the pups is available seasonally. See Details
Wynetka Ponds Bark Park Fido can run, play and socialize off the leash at Wynetka Ponds Bark Park in Littleton, CO. This park features two separate areas for dogs of different sizes and play styles, as well as water fountains for your convenience. See Details
David A. Lorenz Regional Bark Park Fido can run, play and socialize at David A. Lorenz Regional Bark Park in Littleton, CO. This park is fenced and located within David A. Lorenz Regional Park. See Details