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Dog Areas in Englewood, CO

5 Parks
1 Trail
2 Eateries
11 Groomers

Along with it's many animal rescue groups, long history of veterinary excellence, and high rate of pet ownership, Colorado is full of pet-friendly attractions. The town of Englewood is no exception, so if you're looking for a place to spend some quality time with Fido, you've come to the right place.

Englewood may be a town of under 35,000 people, but it's home to a whopping five separate dog parks. Centennial Park has a large off-leash dog area, but it's not fenced-in, so only well-trained and obedient dogs should venture in. The Northwest Greenbelt Off-Leash Area and the Duncan Park Off-Leash Area are both clean, well-kept parks where your pooch is welcome to play, although those areas are also not fully fenced.

If you're in search of a fully fenced park, Englewood has two fantastic options. Jason Dog Park offers benches and shade trees, as well as a spacious running area. Englewood Canine Corral is the local favorite, revered for the friendly and attentive regulars.

Englewood has several beautiful trails to enjoy. On-leash dogs are welcome on the High Line Canal Trail, which was formerly used to deliver irrigation water in the 1800's. Today, the 66-mile trail offers access to historic landmarks, gorgeous views, and modern amenities like picnic tables and restrooms. The Mary Carter Greenway is another option, having won several awards, including one from the American Planning Association. This 8-mile path is sure not to disappoint.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Englewood, CO

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    Population Density 3,305/sq mi

    #1 Central Englewood

    Central Englewood features Jason Dog Park, but this park isn’t just for your pup – it’s for the whole family! With traditional playground equipment, picnic tables, and lots of room to run around, this park is sure to be a hit for everyone. While this park is an off-leash dog park, locals warn that the park is only fenced-in on three sides, so it’s advised that you keep your pooch on a leash unless he’s very well-trained. This park is popular with dog owners, so your four-legged fur-iend is sure to make lots of new pals.
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    Population Density 3,456/sq mi

    #2 Southwest Englewood

    Southwest Englewood is home to Belleview Park, which has a 1.5 acre section just for your furry friend to run around and play! This fenced, off-leash dog park features pet stations and other amenities, such as benches and picnic tables so that you can take a break while your dog socializes with plenty of pawesome new pals. Locals boast that the people at the park will treat your dog just like their own, so you might make some new friends, too! While the dog park is off-leash, the rest of the park requires one, so if you and your pet want to explore, make sure to bring one along.
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    Population Density 3,305/sq mi

    #3 West Englewood

    Located in West Englewood is Centennial Park, which has a special area of the park dedicated to your pup! This section of the park allows your dog to run around and make new friends while off of his leash. However, this bark park isn’t fenced in, so it’s recommended that you bring a leash with you and keep a very close eye on your pooch! The park has several benches for you to take a breather on while your pup tires himself out. The rest of the park has walking trails your pup can join you on, but a leash is required.
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    Population Density 3,372/sq mi

    #4 Lowry Field

    Located about 20 minutes northeast of Englewood is Denver’s Lowry Field neighborhood, which is home to Lowry Dog Park. Lowry Dog Park is unique -- instead of separating dogs by size, it separates them by low-energy and high-energy, allowing your pet to truly feel comfortable with the dogs he’s around. This park offers seating for owners on both sides, so you and Fido can take a breather after you get tired of having a ball! Water is not provided, so it’s recommended that you bring some of your own – for you and your pooch. This is an off-leash, fenced in park.
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    Population Density 5,912/sq mi

    #5 Platt Park

    If you’re looking for somewhere to eat, and you want your pet to join you, head 15 minutes north of Englewood to Denver’s Platt Park neighborhood. Everyone loves brunch, so check out Gaia Bistro, where you can get crepes and sip French Press coffee on their spacious patio. Your pet is allowed to join you at any outdoor seat. Want something a bit heavier? Head over to Kaos Pizzeria for a big slice and a glass of wine! Fido can join you at any outdoor seat. A leash is required at both establishments, as is good behavior. Bone Appetit!
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