The Grandview Dog Park is a designated space for exercising dogs in the town of Aurora, Colorado. The park has its own spacious lot for vehicle parking. Though pet owners should note, even though it a very short distance from the parking lot to the dog park, state laws require all dogs to be leashed until fully inside the off-leash area. This large park is a massive, five-acre, off-leash park solely for use by dogs. The off-leash area has multiple different surfaces. Some parts are grassed, some are covered with boulders and trees, other areas are just dirt.
The Grandview Dog Park is fenced with a combination of sturdy timber and chain-link fencing. There is a separate section for small dogs. Both sections have independent entrances. Some zones of the off-leash areas are very open to the elements and without shade in sunny weather. The dirt covered zones can become a quagmire after rain. Agility equipment has been provided in the large dog section.
Freshwater supplies at the Grandview Dog Park can be sporadic and so owners are advised to always go with ample provisions of bottled water and a drinking bowl for their dog. Poop bags are not provided by the local authorities so owners must take their own. Pet owners are fully responsible for cleaning up after their dogs. There are several waste containers placed around the park for poop bag disposal.
The Grandview Dog Park has minimal facilities for pet owners. There are just a couple of benches for seating and restroom amenities have been provided at the park by the installation of an enclosed porta potty. There are warning signs posted on the dog park fences advising pet owners they are in coyote country. Small dog owners should be especially vigilant of their pets when exercising their dogs in the pre-dusk hours.