Just 20 miles from Downtown Denver, residents of Foxfield have the best of both worlds – a rural residential area with easy access to major city conveniences. While Foxfield is without any fur-iendly parks, there are a plethora of fun places to visit with Fido in the surrounding Denver suburbs. Just a couple miles away, the city of Parker has 14 veterinary clinics to help your four-legged friend stay healthy!
For a puptastic park near Foxfield, check out the Cherry Creek Valley Ecological Park, about two miles away in Centennial. This woofderful natural area has a walking path, the Cherry Creek Trail, where you and your leashed dog can wander through tall grasses, woods and near the creek. In the spring and summer, there are beautiful wildflowers, too! The park also has restrooms, picnic tables and a gazebo.
Follow the Cherry Creek Trail under the East Broncos Parkway Bridge to the 107-acre Parker Jordan Centennial Open Space for even more fun! Trees, open meadows and Cherry Creek, await you and your leashed dog at this woofderful park!
With all the pawsome amenities nearby, and Foxfield’s quiet, small town lifestyle, it’s easy to see why pooches love this community!
Visit one of the most puptacular dog parks around in Aurora’s South Parker Road/ South Fraser Street neighborhood, about two miles from Foxfield! Your pup will go pawsitively crazy for the Cherry Creek Dog Off Leash Area located within Cherry Creek State Park. This 107-acre partially fenced-in area has access to Cherry Creek where your pooch can splash and play, forested areas and a 2.5-mile trail that winds around the perimeter! It’s truly a woofderful place to take your pooch! There is a small fee to gain entrance to the park, but if you and your pup are frequent visitors, consider an annual pass!
A pair of pawsome parks awaits you and your pooch in Parker’s Cottonwood neighborhood! About two miles from Foxfield, this neighborhood’s Cottonwood Park East and Cottonwood Park West are nestled in a lovely residential neighborhood with only Cherry Creek and a beautiful greenway separating the two. Both parks have huge playfields where you and your furry friend can play or work on training, plus paved walking paths that wind around the parks as well as through the greenway, connecting these furrific green spaces! It’s a furrific place to take Fido for a walk! There are playgrounds at both parks, plus sand volleyball and basketball courts at Cottonwood Park West.
There’s pawsome fun for everyone in Centennial’s Panorama Park neighborhood, about three miles from Foxfield! This neighborhood is home to Centennial Center Park, an 11-acre outdoor space with furrific amenities for all your family members, both furry and human! Kiddos will love splashing in the water playground on hot days, and romping in the huge regular playground, too! The park also has tons of grass where your leashed pup will love playing and walking with you and a walking path that meanders around a butte and a meadow. There’s also a wooded area where your pooch can sniff around! This puptastic park also has benches, picnic tables, barbecue grills and restrooms.
Dog lovers and disc golf enthusiasts flock to Parker’s Baxter Drive/ Clarke Farms Drive neighborhood! About four miles from Foxfield, this neighborhood has a pawsome off-leash area at USMC CPL David M. Sonka Dog Park and Westcreek Disc Golf Course! This furrific community park has an 18-hole course and a fully fenced-in, five-acre off-leash area that’s perfect for pups that love open space and socialization! The park has a puptastic agility course, tons of grass, covered picnic tables, doggie water fountains and cleanup stations. There’s also a separate area for pint-sized pooches. For a great leashed walk, hop on the nearby Cherry Creek Trail and check out the nearby Pam Daale Park and Challenger Regional Park!
There’s tons of tail wagging to be done in Parker’s East Main Street/ South Parker Road neighborhood about six miles from Foxfield! Check out the lush grassy areas at 7.7-acre Bar CCC Park with your leashed pup, and then hop on the Cherry Creek and Sulphur Gulch Trails that depart from the park! Stay on the Sulphur Gulch Trail as it meanders through this woofderful residential neighborhood all the way to Riva Ridge Park! This quiet park has a huge meadow where you and your pup can romp, plus a playground and tennis courts. This neighborhood is also home to Iron Horse Park.