Located in the Englewood area near Denver, Jason Street Dog Park is located inside Jason Park. The dog park is fully fenced and provides benches and shade trees for a comfortable pup play experience. Potty bags are provided, but it’s always a good idea to come prepared.
There is a substantial list of regulations and conditions that dog park users must abide by. Some are common courtesy and others are more obscure. For instance, don’t bring children under six or puppies under four months (or those without all vaccines) into the dog park, and also refrain from bringing or sharing your own dog’s food, water, toys, or treats with other dogs. You should make sure your dog is under verbal control at all times, and never bring un-spayed or un-neutered dogs, dogs who may be ill, or females in heat.
Additionally, choke chains or prong collars are not allowed, and certain breeds are prohibited or restricted, including Pit Bulls. You are always responsible for any damage or injury that your dog causes, including holes dug inside the dog area and dog waste left behind. Your dog must have a current license with the city. For a complete list of park rules and guidelines, see the posted signs where you visit.
Some visitors to Jason Street Dog Park have found that weeds and thorns have been a problem for their dog’s paws. Either bring paw protection for your dog ahead of time, or visit any other nearby trail, park, or off-leash dog area. Convenient to a number of other outdoor activity options, Jason Street Park is a great attraction for family members of all ages and sizes in Denver, Colorado.