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Dog Areas in Niwot

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3 Trails
1 Groomer

Niwot, Colorado, is a small rural town, just north of Denver. Keeping to its roots in history, this once gold mining town offers residents and visitors a place to explore in its Old Towne area and features relics from its almost 150-year old past. Dog-friendly throughout, Niwot welcomes pups with open arms. And if Fido is ever in need of care, look no further than the Niwot Veterinary Clinic, ready to be of assistance.

For some outdoor fun with your pawtastic friend, you will find the charming Whistle Stop Park, perfect for the kiddies to enjoy playing on the playground equipment and for you and Fido to head to the grassy areas for a bit of relaxation. 

Check out the quaint Left Hand Grange Park. This park features paved running and walking paths, which are perfect for a short outing, a little league field where you can catch a game, and plenty of open space to roam.  

Or visit the Niwot Children’s Park which is a great choice for the kids to play, and for you and your fur-ever friend to wander around the open space or down the paved walking paths. 

Niwot is your ticket to Rocky Mountain adventure!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Niwot

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    Population Density 285/sq mi

    #1 East Boulder

    The East Boulder neighborhood, of the town of Boulder, is just 9 miles southeast of Niwot, and features the Walden Ponds Wildlife Habitat. Here you will find the Walden Ponds Trails, perfect for all pup-abilities. This 2.9-mile stroll is paved and level, and winds around Wally Toevs Pond, where fisherman flock, the Cottonwood Marsh, which offers a boardwalk to stroll across, and the Rick Weiser Wetlands. Or head to Sawhill Pond’s three short .2-mile trails and longer .8-mile trail, which pups will love, all directly alongside the lake. Keep your fur-ever friend on leash and restrooms are on-site at both locations.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 116/sq mi

    #2 North Boulder

    Head to Coot’s Park in Boulder, 9 miles southeast of Niwot. This natural area is where you will find a great fishing lake and a walking path meandering around the lake for 1.2 miles. Or why not check out the Tom Watson Park?  This community park offers sports courts and fields where you can catch a game, a children’s playground, and paved walking paths, suitable for all pup-tastic pups! Don’t’ forget to pack a picnic lunch to enjoy here. Restrooms are on site, and be sure to keep your pup on leash.
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    Population Density 1,224/sq mi

    #3 Palo Park

    In the Palo Park neighborhood, in the city of Boulder, 9 miles southeast of Niwot, you and your pawtastic pup will enjoy North Palo Park. This centrally-located park offers pups and people paved paths to stroll and plenty of benches to relax after. This park features large, grassy open spaces where visitors are encouraged to make their own fun. This unstructured area is perfect to spread a blanket and rest with your fur-ever friend by your side. You can find restrooms and fountains within the park, as well. Please keep Fido on leash throughout!
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,315/sq mi

    #4 Sombrero Ranch

    Check out the Valmont Bikes Park in Boulder, 9 miles southeast of Niwot. Here you will find Valmont Dog Park which offers large pups 3 acres to romp and a separate .25 acres for small pups! Water is provided! Afterwards, check out Valmont Park’s entire 42 acres of natural surfaces for cycling, benches, and picnic tables scattered throughout. Walkers are welcome here with their leashed pawtastic friends. Hungry yet? Head to Upslope Brewing where dogs are welcome indoors and out, or Avery Brewing Company for some outdoor patio dining with your pup!
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    Population Density 506/sq mi

    #5 Niwot


    The Niwot neighborhood, of the city of Niwot, is home to Monarch Park. This park is full of fun, outdoor activities. There is a children’s playground and grassy areas to relax. Or meander throughout the park on the paved walking paths. For a longer day hike, you and your pawtastic pup can begin at the Monarch Trailhead which runs for 6.4 miles. This links to the even longer Longmont to Boulder Regional Trail. You can see hot air balloons in the summer and continuous views of the Rocky Mountains. Make sure to keep Fido on leash on this multi-use trail.

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