Denver currently has ten off-leash parks for your doggie enjoyment. We will continue to develop specific information on each park.
- Barnum Dog Park – Hooker and West 5th
- Berkeley Dog Park – Sheridan and West 46th
- Fuller Dog Park – Franklin and East 29th
- Green Valley Ranch East Dog Park – Jebel and East 45th
- Josephine Dog Park – Colfax and Josephine
- Kennedy Dog Park – Hampden and South Dayton
- Lowry Dog Park – Sports Blvd and Yosemite Way – NEW
- Parkfield Regional Dog Park – 53rd and Chambers – NEW
- Railyard Dog Park – 19th and Bassett
- Stapleton Dog Park – East 24th Ave and Syracuse St.
For a link to Google Maps click here.
For a printable flyer, click here: Parks and Rec Off-Leash Flyer and Map
Dog Off-Leash Enclosure Rules and Regulations (from Denver Parks and Rec):
- Off-leash dog area will be open from sunrise to sunset seven days a week unless closed for maintenance
- Enter at your own risk
- Dogs must be leashed when entering and leaving the enclosure.
- Handlers assume full responsibility for their dogs
- Handlers must dispose of dog feces properly and immediately
- Dogs must be supervised and under handlers’ control at all times
- Dogs must have current rabies tag and Denver dog license (for Denver residents)
- Dogs must be spayed or neutered, or have a current Denver intact permit (for Denver residents)
- Dogs must be accompanied by a person 18 years or older
- No children under 12 years of age in the enclosures; children 12-17 years of age must be accompanied by an adult
- No aggressive dogs, no pitbulls, no female dogs in heat, no ill dogs
- No human food (dog treats OK)
- No toys, chairs, water dishes or trash left behind
Any bite, attack, violations, or problems must be immediately reported to the Denver Division of Animal Control located at 678 South Jason Street, 303-698-0076. In case of emergency, call Denver Police at 911.