Douglas County offers several off-leash areas for your canine companions. Please be respectful of all dog park users by adhering to the posted rules and cleaning up after your dog. This helps to ensure these areas remain open. Pet waste removal bags are provided at each location. Dogs are allowed off-leash ONLY in designated areas. Dog parks are open one hour before sunrise until one hour after sunset. For more information or questions, please call 303-660-7495
Man’s best friend can enjoy 2+ acres of off-leash fun on the east side of Fox Sparrow Road at Bayou Gulch Regional Park
Dogs can roam on 2+ acres of grass in the eastern corner of Fairgrounds Regional Park near downtown Castle Rock.
Glendale Farm has a 17-acre off-leash dog park that is perfect for burning some extra energy.
Devon’s Dog Park, located on the east side of the Greenland Open Space trailhead, contains 17 acres of canine bliss.
Other Dog Off-Leash Areas in the County
- Chatfield State Park’s Dog Off-Leash Areas
- David A. Lorenz Regional Park Bark Park
South Suburban Parks and Recreation District manages this park located at S. Colorado Boulevard and County Line Road.
- Highlands Ranch Dog Parks
The Highlands Ranch Metro District offers four off-leash areas around their community.