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Dog Areas in Broomfield

1 Park
1 Shop
6 Eateries
13 Groomers

Broomfield, Colorado is a city with an exceptional amount of parks and trails. In fact, for every 1,000 persons in the area, there is 16 acres of available outdoor space! So whether you're looking to enjoy a peaceful stroll in the park, or take on a strenuous hiking trail, there's bound to be something you and Fido can enjoy together.

If you're looking to take your pooch off-leash, there's the Broomfield County Commons Dog Park. Complete with water fountains and fenced-in small and large dog areas, locals love how wide open the play space is.

All the Broomfield Parks are open from 5am-11pm daily. Emerald Park is a town favorite, featuring playgrounds and basketball courts, as well as a horseshoe pit, playground, and trails with stream access. If you're looking for something with more space, there's Highland Park. Coming in at 24 acres, Highland Park offers picnic shelters and an open grass area for leashed dogs.

Want to hit the trails? Dog-friendly routes in the area are abundant. Try the South Boulder Creek Trail, a 3-mile trail which provides stunning mountain views and wildlife sightings. Need something longer? A moderate, 12-mile trail called the Broomfield/Louisville Loop offers stopping spots through downtown areas and unique scenic views, such a massive pumpkin farm.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Broomfield

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    Population Density 2,452/sq mi

    #1 Cottages at Willow Park

    The Cottages at Willow Park is home to Broomfield County Commons Dog Park, where you and your pooch are sure to have poodles of fun! This off-leash dog park is fenced in, so your pet can run around and play in a secure area. This park features plenty of natural obstacles, such as stumps and large rocks, so that your pet can have fun exploring while making new friends. If your pet gets thirsty, no problem; water is offered for your pets, but you might want to bring some for yourself as well. There’s also plenty of shade and seating for both you and your four-legged friend.
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    Population Density 4,874/sq mi

    #2 West Arvada

    West Arvada, located about 15 minutes southwest of Broomfield, is home to the aptly-named West Arvada Dog Park, where your best pal is sure to have a good time. West Arvada Dog Park is a volunteer-run bark park that spans over 10 acres, which means your pooch has plenty of room to run around -- and then some. There’s a smaller, separately fenced area for smaller dogs or dogs who might not be used to socializing. It’s a great way to slowly expose them to new friends! This is an off-leash dog park.
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    Population Density 2,895/sq mi

    #3 Olde Town Arvada Area

    If you’re looking for somewhere good to eat and want your pup to join you, head 20 minutes south to Arvada, Colorado. In the mood to try something new? Look no further than Yak & Yeti, which serves up popular dishes from India and Nepal. Your dog is welcome to join you on the spacious outdoor patio; just try not to give in to the puppy dog eyes! Fuzzy’s Taco Shop is a local joint where you can get your favorite Mexican and southwestern dishes. This popular spot serves breakfast all day; who doesn’t love that? Your dog can join you at any outdoor table. A leash is required at both restaurants.
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    Population Density 1,206/sq mi

    #4 Old Town North

    Seven miles north of Broomfield is Lafayette, where you can find Great Bark Dog Park. This dog park is over 6 acres, and it includes plenty of shady spots and a running trail for both you and your dog to use. This park also has logs for your dog to climb on and jump over, allowing him to get rid of some pent-up energy. While this park does have some amenities -- restrooms, for example -- it’s recommended that you bring your own water, as none is provided. There’s also a special section for smaller and more timid dogs.
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    Population Density 5,081/sq mi

    #5 Central Northglenn


    Located about 15 minutes east of Broomfield is Northglenn, and your pup is sure to bark in appreciation if you take him to the city’s Bill Goodspeed Happy Tails Dog Park. This bark park offers two separate sections: one for smaller, shyer dogs and another for bigger, more social dogs. Either way, your pet is sure to feel comfortable in his surroundings. The park offers water during the summer, but you have to bring your own during the winter, as water is shut off. There’s plenty of room for your pet to run around and make new fur-iends, and the area is entirely fenced in so that you don’t have to worry! This is an off-leash dog park.

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