Douglas County Open Space, Parks and Trails Interactive Map
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Douglas County is pleased to offer three fenced-in off-leash areas for your canine companions. Dog park users must adhere to all posted rules. Pet waste removal bags are provided at each location. Please help keep these areas open by cleaning up after your dog. Remember, dogs are allowed off-leash ONLY in the designated areas. These dog parks are open one hour before sunrise until one hour after sunset. For more information or questions regarding Douglas County dog parks, call 303.660.7495.
Local Parks are smaller scale facilities that serve neighborhood and community needs, and encompass five to less than 20 acres. Generally, these parks include picnic areas, multi-purpose play fields, playground areas and more specialized amenities such as sand volleyball courts or hard-surfaced courts.
The Towns of Castle Rock, Larkspur and Parker each maintain their own municipal parks. Other parks are maintained by the Highlands Ranch Homeowners Association and the City and County of Denver.
Regional Parks areas of 50 acres or more that support both active and passive recreational activities. The primary goal of these regional park facilities is to provide athletic fields for baseball, softball, soccer, and football in addition to playgrounds, group picnic areas, internal trail systems, restrooms, parking and multi-use hard surface courts.