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Dog Areas in Windsor, CO

15 Parks
1 Trail
6 Shops
4 Eateries
6 Groomers

The town of Windsor is probably one of the most beautiful places to live, with towering mountains to the south and rolling plains to the north. Farmland was the main industry in the town, mostly in wheat for the region. Today, the rolling hills not only provides a gorgeous scene, but plenty of spaces to take Fido out for a walk around town. With 6 animal hospitals, your pup can feel safe while exploring this town.

If you're looking for one of the best places to bring Fido, head out to the Poudre Pooch Park, a fenced-in dog park with plenty of space, grassy fields, and a separate area for smaller pups. Dogs can roam safely while off-leash, and enjoy access to water fountains, double-gated entrances, trash bins, and clean-up stations. 

Eastman Park has a central location for the entire city to enjoy, just south of downtown. The large park provides over 70 acres of grassy fields with amenities like a fishing pond, playground, restrooms, paved trails, and a covered pavilion. Your pooch has to remain on a leash at this park, but has access to water fountains and clean-up bags.

The town has plenty of other dog-friendly parks like the Riverbend Natural Area, Covenant Park, and Poudre Heights Park. You and Fido will have access to plenty more, including the love and support of the entire town of Windsor.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Windsor, CO

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 99/sq mi

    #1 Route 392

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    The neighborhood of Route 392 is in the southern part of town, and named for the major highway that cuts through the area. One of the best places to head to is Windsor West Park. The park is 20 acres of vibrant green space, with grassy meadows, a picnic pavilion, enclosed basketball court, grilling station, and paved paths. Leashed pups can enjoy a leisurely walk here, or just a place to play and exercise with access to water fountains and clean-up stations. The Poudre River Trail also cuts through the neighborhood and provides humans and pups a gorgeous greenway to walk, extending along the river for 21.8 miles and made of concrete.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 228/sq mi

    #2 Windsor Lake

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    The neighborhood of Windsor Lake is known for the large lake of the same name. Along the lake is the Windsor Lake Dog Park. This enclosed area offers scenic views and access to the lake. There are enclosed spaces for large and small pups made up of grassy terrain, and a double-gated entrance. Pups can also enjoy clean-up stations, dog-sized water fountains, trash bins, shaded sitting areas, and an entrance to the trail that surrounds the lake. The trail itself is made from concrete and dirt and loops around over 2.25 miles. The trail is not fenced-in, but still allows dogs to be off-leash.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,128/sq mi

    #3 New Windsor

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    New Windsor is a newly developed neighborhood in the northwestern part of the city, with rows of residential homes and prairies. The popular place to be with your pup in the area is the Brunner Farm Park, a small park with paved paths that wind through the open spaces of the park. Check out the small fishing pond, playground, and picnic area. Fido must remain on a leash, but has access to water fountains, trash bins, and benches. At the Founders Green Park, you'll find lots of open, green space for you and Fido. With a perimeter path and covered pavilion, you and Fido will enjoy your time here whether you're walking or looking for a place to play.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 121/sq mi

    #4 Eastern Windsor

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    Eastern Windsor is the largest neighborhood in the city, providing a landscape of open fields and desert to its residents. The open areas are dog-friendly and include the park known as Diamond Valley Community Park. The park is over 30 acres with multiple residential fields, enclosed courts, open space, and a perimeter trail that is made from concrete. Dogs are welcome in the enclosed areas as long as no games are being played, or can take a walk on the trails while on a leash. There are additional features that include water fountains, benches, trash bins, and nighttime lights. The park is open from 7 AM to sunset.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,660/sq mi

    #5 Windsor Town Center

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    The Windsor Town Center is the busiest neighborhood thanks to its location around downtown. Despite the urban surroundings, there are lots of green spaces like the Folkstone Park, a rural space that has boarding trees for shade and privacy. The park itself is a large space with paved paths, trash bins, and water fountains. The Windsor Village Park is also in town and provides more amenities, like the fenced-in basketball and volleyball courts, a playground and picnic pavilion. Dogs can also enjoy clean-up stations and benches at this park. Keep your pup leashed throughout both parks.
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