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Dog Areas in Northglenn

14 Parks
2 Trails
10 Shops
11 Eateries
5 Groomers

Northglenn is a metropolitan city right along the western border of Thorton, and 12 miles north of Denver. Surrounded by large cities, the area provides a nice suburban area for commuters and residents. Thanks to its much smaller town status, the town can dedicate a lot more time and resources to maintaining the public parks and trails in the city, all of which are dog-friendly.

The Bill Goodspeed Happy Tails Dog Park is the gem of the area for dog-walkers, thanks to its lush landscape and fenced-in area. Dogs can enjoy separate areas for larger and smaller pups, with access to a water spigot, clean-up stations, and double-gated entrances. There are also shaded sitting areas and large trees scattered through the park that provide lots of shade, nighttime lights, and benches.

The Northwest Open Space is a large area with 83 acres of land that features a multi-sport complex, dense forests, trails, and grassy fields. The best part about the park is that dogs are allowed to run around off their leashes, as long as they stay under voice command. Pups can play in the fenced-in baseball fields and tennis courts, or walk on the .7-mile paved path.

There are four animal hospitals inside the city, along with plenty of sidewalks and open space, allowing for you and your pup to walk anywhere in Northglenn.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Northglenn

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    Population Density 5,595/sq mi

    #1 Croke Park

    The neighborhood of Croke Park has a mixture of open fields and residential homes and apartments. The biggest park in the area is the Charles C. Winburn Park, which spans over 52 acres of land. The park has a track for running, a baseball field, open space to run around or picnicking, a pond for fishing, and 1.2 miles of paved trails to enjoy. Fido will have plenty to do in the park, and will also have access to additional features like water fountains, trash bins, benches, and clean-up stations. Danahy Park is another dog-friendly park that provides a gorgeous seaside open space along Croke Reservoir, with a long trail that encompasses the reservoir that extends over 1.5 miles. There's a fishing pier, water fountains, clean-up stations, a playground, and enclosed tennis courts for leashed pups and humans.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,803/sq mi

    #2 Leroy

    The neighborhood of Leroy is taken up by long rows of residential homes and school districts. The area's most pupular park is the Alvin B. Thomas Park, which provides a long, narrow space to run around in, with a .4-mile trail, a scenic narrow creek, a playground, and soccer field. Whether running or playing in the park, you and Fido will love it, and especially love the additional amenities like the water fountains, benches, trash bins, and clean-up stations. The park connects to Grant Park, a smaller but wooded area, with paved walkways, shaded sitting areas and picnic tables. Fido must remain on a leash inside both parks.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 6,709/sq mi

    #3 Fox Run North

    Fox Run North is a neighborhood on the upper side of the city, that is a mix of old farmland and residential homes. Stonehocker Park was made from some of those old farmlands and provides a large open area with lots of space to run around and play in the open fields. There's a looping trail in the park made from concrete that extends over 1 mile. Dogs do not have to be on a leash inside this park, but you will have to remember to bring water and clean-up bags. North Park is a few blocks north and offers a more developed area, with a playground, open space, shaded sitting areas, clean-up stations, water fountains, and benches. Fido will have to be on a leash inside North Park.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,649/sq mi

    #4 Webster Lake

    Webster Lake is a quiet and cozy neighborhood with residential homes on the north side of the city. The best place to head out to walk Fido in the neighborhood is the E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park, which is home to the actual Webster Lake. The park surrounding the lake has a fishing pier and boat launch, with a bridge that extends over the lake and connects to more trails, giving Fido plenty of space to go for a walk on. There are spacious open areas, a playground, two picnic pavilions, a gazebo, restrooms, and a baseball field. Leash up Fido before coming out, and remember to bring some clean-up bags with you.
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    Population Density 3,370/sq mi

    #5 Wyco Park

    Wyco Park is a suburban neighborhood on the east side of Northglenn. The area is packed with residential homes, but still offers the beautiful area of Wyco Park, named after the neighborhood. The park provides a spacious open area for residents and pups, with plenty of room to run around in, and a looping trail that encompasses the park. There are fenced-in tennis courts, a playground, basketball courts, a pavilion, and picnic tables. Leash up Fido and head out for some fun. Additional amenities include water fountains, benches, and trash bins. Santiago's is a dog-friendly Mexican restaurant close to the park, where you can find dog-friendly seating and complimentary water for Fido upon request.
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