Dog Walkers in Centennial, CO

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Dog Areas in Centennial, CO

10 Parks
2 Trails
3 Shops
19 Eateries
5 Groomers

Centennial is a unique city in Colorado, in that it only became a city very recently in 2001. In 2012, the city opened the award-winning Centennial Center Park. This park has a little bit of everything for your family, from water features which hit the spot during the hot summer months to climbing walls and picnic areas. 

There are more than ten animal hospitals in the city of Centennial and in the surrounding areas. The nearest dog park is Cherry Creek Dog Off-Leash Area in the neighboring town of Aurora, though there are several more dog parks to speak of both to the north and the south of Centennial. Dogs are also welcome on-leash at most of the city's award-winning, family-friendly parks. 

If you are looking for the best in local flavor, Lost Highway Brewing Company is a top-rated dog-friendly brewery in town serving up a variety of amazing craft beers. Leashed pets are welcome patrons on the patio, weather permitting. If you are in the mood for a big plate of food, the Corner Bakery serves up more than sweets, offering a dog-friendly dive where you can order breakfast, lunch, dinner, and of course, dessert! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Centennial, CO

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    Population Density 3,720/sq mi

    #1 Castlewood

    Castlewood is a lovely neighborhood near the center of Centennial. This part of town has many parks for you and your pup to choose from. Walnut Hills Park is an open area where you can throw a frisbee around with your dog while any kiddos with you can play on the equipment nearby. Willow Spring Open Space is as simple as it sounds, but that makes it no less entertaining for your canine companion! Hunters Hill Park has grills and covered pavilions available for large groups. Dogs are welcome to join the party on-leash. There are also wooden bridges along the paths to enjoy.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,720/sq mi

    #2 Southglenn

    Southglenn is a wonderful place to be a pup if you are looking for a friendly place in Centennial to work off some extra energy! Cherry Knolls Park is a complete playground, picnic area and open field built to meet the needs of the many families that live in the area. If you are looking to move into this up-and-coming neighborhood, there are dog-friendly rentals as well as plenty of real estate to fit a variety of budgets. The nearby deKoevend Park is pupular with the locals for its winding walking paths and family-friendly play equipment in the center.
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    Population Density 3,720/sq mi

    #3 Willow Creek

    Willow Creek is a neighborhood near the center of town. This neighborhood has a variety of homes and apartments available for the many families moving in! Willow Creek Park is a well-loved place for dog walkers and families because it has a little bit of everything, from trails and grills to athletic fields for local teams! 303 Coffee Company is a pupperific place to recharge when you need a pick-me-up, and they welcome pups at their outdoor tables when the weather permits. Brother's Bar and Grill has three outdoor tables where you and your dog can enjoy a delightful dinner together!
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    Population Density 3,720/sq mi

    #4 Algonquin Acres


    Algonquin Acres is a neighborhood on the eastern side of town where you will see more room to roam. If you want to live in Centennial but want a little extra space for your family, this is a great area to house hunt in! Just down the road is the Cherry Creek Valley Ecological Park, with plenty of native plants and small animals to admire from the trails. There is a wooden boardwalk that will take you safely across the wetlands and let you get up close and personal with the pond! Dogs are welcome on all trails as long as they are on a leash. 

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    Population Density 3,720/sq mi

    #5 Parkborough

    Parkborough is a quiet neighborhood that offers a slightly slower pace for Centennial residents than some of the other neighborhoods. Pioneer Park is nestled on the outskirts of the area. This park has tree-lined, paved walking trails that lead through meadows and play areas. Foxes are a common sight in the area, so stay vigilant when walking and pay attention to the smells your pup may be picking up. If you get hungry, Saddle Rock Grill isn't far from Parkborough, near the Saddle Rock Golf Course. This local dog-friendly eatery has daily specials to satisfy almost every craving starting at 4 pm, seven days a week.
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