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Dog Parks

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A visit to the Grandview Dog Park is a special treat for everyone, not just your dog. With more than five acres to run and play, taking your best friend along for fresh air and exercise is a joy. Grandview Dog Park is located next to Quincy Reservoir at 17500 E. Quincy Ave. The dog park is open dawn to dusk.


  • Drinking water for dogs (seasonally)
  • Separate small dog area
  • Agility area
  • Bag stations and trash collection cans
  • Entry and exit gates

Pet owners must follow the posted dog park rules to ensure everyone enjoys the park. Picking up pet waste is part of pet ownership. Help keep the park healthy and hospitable by encouraging others through your good example and practicing park pet etiquette. Please keep dogs leashed until you enter the enclosed dog park.

For questions or concerns about the dog park, call 303.739.7160

Off-leash dog area at Bicentennial Park, 13600 E. Bayaud Avenue. This off-leash area is approximately one acre in size and can be accessed from the park entrance off of Bayaud and Potomac. From the parking lot, the dog off-leash area is just north of the pond. It features a bag station, trash collection can and an entry/exit gate. You will need to bring your own water. Hours are dawn to dusk.

Off-leash dog area at Singletree Park, 19590 E. 58th Ave. This .34-acre, off-leash dog area is located in the southeast corner of the park and is a great place to let your pup run and play! A shaded pavilion and picnic tables are available for rest and relaxation. You will need to bring your own water and dog waste bags. Hours are dawn to dusk.

Problems with your pooch? We offer dog training classes specializing in obedience, agility and even fun tricks! 

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