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Dog Areas in Franktown

2 Parks
16 Trails

Located about 7 miles east of Castle Rock, Franktown is a small rural community with a rich agricultural history. This unassuming town is home to a number of trails that you and your pup can explore, making it a furrific destination for adventurous canines. Franktown also has one animal clinic to ensure your canine companion's well-being while you're in the area.

Tucked in the scenic hills of Franktown, the Whispering Pines Park is a puptastic place to go for a leashed walk and play some fetch with Fido, with its open fields and paved walkways. This 8-acre park also has two picnic shelters where you and your pooch can just hang out and enjoy the woofderful views of the mountains. Note that water isn't available at Whispering Pines, so be sure to bring your own!

If you feel like eating something after walking around Whispering Pines, take a short drive to the Stagecoach Saloon, where you can dig into some pub grub at one of their outdoor tables. If you prefer pastries and coffee, head to The Owl's Nest. At this cozy cafe, you can sip your designer beverage outside under the trees with Fido by your feet. Non-dairy options are available for customers who are vegan or lactose intolerant.

Visit Franktown for a pawsome adventure off the beaten path!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Franktown

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    Population Density 104/sq mi

    #1 Castlewood Canyon


    The Castlewood Canyon State Park is one of Colorado's hidden treasures. Spanning 2,303 acres in the state's Black Forest region, this expansive park offers several opportunities for hiking, rock climbing, picnicking, sightseeing, and wildlife viewing. More than a canyon, Castlewood features a waterfall, ruins, and unique geological features, making it a very interesting site to explore. The park boasts 15 trails that range from 0.25 to 4 miles, so there's something for everyone. For an easy hike, head to the Canyon View Nature Trail, a concrete walkway that will lead you and your pooch to an overlook with puptastic views. Leashed dogs are welcome in most areas of the Castlewood Canyon State Park, except on the East Canyon Trail.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 46/sq mi

    #2 North Franktown


    The Hidden Mesa Open Space is a 1,224-acre buffer between Franktown and Castle Rock. It's a pawpular spot among mountain bikers, but hikers and leashed doggos are welcome as well. Hidden Mesa's single-track, soft-surface trail stretches 4.5 miles and climbs up to the top of the mesa, making for a moderate hike. As you and Fido follow the trail, you'll pass by rock outcroppings, viewpoints, shrublands, pines, and junipers. And since the open space is home to various wildlife, you might also spot some prairie dogs, pronghorn, and elk. Always keep Fido on a leash and pick up after him so that everyone can have a good time!

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 520/sq mi

    #3 The Colorado Horse Park


    To let your pooch socialize with other canines, head up 5 miles north to the Bayou Gulch Dog Park in neighboring Parker. With beautiful views and a fenced-in area that spans more than 2 acres, this off-leash dog park is definitely worth the brief drive. Dog parents say they like the park for being clean and not too busy. Water isn't provided, though, so be sure to bring your own. The Bayou Gulch Dog Park is located in the eastern portion of the Bayou Gulch Regional Park, next to 2.5 miles of soft-surface trails. Fido is allowed to join you in exploring the trails outside the dog park but must be leashed at all times.

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    Population Density 2,862/sq mi

    #4 Founders - Mesa


    This neighborhood in nearby Castle Rock is home to two dog-friendly parks that are only 10 minutes away from Franktown. With grassy open spaces and paved walking paths, both the 27-acre Founders Park and 22-acre Mitchell Gulch Park are great for taking a leashed stroll and hanging out with your pooch. Linking these two parks is the Mitchell Creek Trail, which winds around residential areas and connects to the 1.5-mile Mitchell Creek Canyon Trail. The Mitchell Creek Trail is also part of the 10-mile Gateway Mesa / Founders Village Loop—expect to see diverse habitats, stunning views, and pawmazing wildlife if you and Fido decide to explore further.

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    Population Density 967/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Castle Rock


    A barking good time awaits you and your pup in Downtown Castle Rock, which is only about 10 miles from Franktown! Bring your best friend to the Fairgrounds Regional Dog Park for some off-leash fun that he won't soon forget. Situated beside a picnic shelter in the easternmost point of the Fairgrounds Regional Park, this dog park provides a safe environment for Fido to romp unfettered. Another pooch-friendly spot in Downtown is the Festival Park, which features walking paths, picnic areas, an outdoor amphitheater, a grass seating area, and public art. Doggos are welcome at this newly renovated park as long as they are leashed.

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