Just a 25-mile drive from downtown Denver, Castle Pines is an upscale community where residents enjoy the best parts of the Colorado lifestyle. Chock full of mountain views, a pristine golf course, rolling hills, lush stands of conifers and of course, about 300 days of sunshine a year, Castle Pines is truly a pawsome place! This puptown also boasts three veterinarians to ensure your pup is ready for the next adventure.
The Coyote Ridge Park is a particularly puptacular place to visit with your pooch! There’s fun for you and Fido, and the rest of the family at Castle Pines’ largest park. Take a stroll with your leashed pup on the walking path and investigate all the fun sights and sounds at this beautiful park! There’s also plenty of open grass perfect for playtime with your furry friend and your two-legged children! Kiddos will also love the playground. Pack a picnic and treat yourself and your pooch to a snack at one of the covered picnic pavilions.
There’s plenty of fur-iendly amenities in Castle Pines, too! This community has some pawriffic places to eat, like Duke’s Steakhouse! Your leashed dog is welcome to join you in the outdoor seating area while you enjoy a steak, fresh seafood, a prime rib dinner and a tasty beverage!
With so many woofderful things to enjoy, it’s easy to see why tails are always wagging in Castle Pines!
If you and your pup are looking for a pawsome place to walk together, look no further than the Castle Pines Parkway neighborhood! This area’s Elk Ridge Park has a furrific paved path that makes several loops around this 12-acre park, each varying in size. There’s tons of open grass where you and your pup can play, plus trees and covered picnic tables where you two can relax in the shade after your jaunt. Elk Ridge Park is a great place for kids, too, with a playground, a climbing wall and fun interpretive learning opportunities. This neighborhood is also home to the five-acre Retreat Park, where you’ll find a walking path, playfields, a playground and picnic areas.
Whether you and your pooch love to hit the trail together, or roam free in an off-leash area, you’ll find both in the North Castle Rock neighborhood! In Castle Rock about three miles from Castle Pines, you and your pup will love visiting this neighborhood’s Glendale Farm Open Space and Trail. The natural area’s Glendale Farm Open Space Dog Park is a 17-acre fully fenced-in fun zone for your furry friend! There is a pawsome agility course, tons of grass and open space to play, and seating where humans can admire the Rocky Mountain views while their dogs socialize. Outside the dog park, you’ll find the scenic 1.6-mile Glendale Farm Trail, where leashed pups are welcome!
Check out a large and furrific park in the South Lone Tree neighborhood! About five miles from Castle Pines in Lone Tree, this area’s Prairie Sky Park is a woofderful spot to take your leashed dog. You and Fido can stretch your legs on the paved walking path or meander through the large stretches of grass. This pupperific park has a picnic shelter, a playground and a basketball court, too. If you and your pooch are looking for a longer walk, there’s a stretch of the City of Lone Tree Trail System that winds its way through this neighborhood, just a few blocks away.
Pawsome fun is what you’ll find in Castle Rock’s Meadows, Sun Catcher neighborhood, about six miles from Castle Pines! This neighborhood’s Butterfield Park is a pawsitively puptastic community park with tons of trees and shade, lots of open lawn space, two playgrounds, restrooms, picnic facilities and much more. You and your leashed pup will especially love walking on the park’s paved walking path that makes a huge loop around the perimeter. Just south of Butterfield Park, you and Fido will love taking a stroll on this neighborhood’s stretch of the 3.2-mile Native Legend Trail. The stunning views, interpretive learning signs and scenic overlooks make this a woofderful spot for a walk!
Get ready for some off-leash fun in Castle Rock’s Monte Vista Estates neighborhood, about eight miles from Castle Pines! If your pup loves a trip to the dog park, this neighborhood’s Wiggly Field Dog Park will have their tail wagging pronto! This fully enclosed off-leash area has a pawsome agility course where your pup can jump, weave and try out their skills on a ramp! There’s also benches where humans can socialize while their pups do the same. There are cleanup stations, but you’ll want to bring plenty of water for your thirsty pooch. Just outside of the park, you and your dog can take a nice long, leashed walk on the paved 3.2-mile Native Legend Trail that wanders through the neighborhood and to the nearby Paintbrush Park. This neighborhood is also home to Bison Park.