Dog Parks in and around Colorado Springs

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Looking for a dog park to visit with your favorite pal. Look to this list to help you find the closest park to you, the best park for your best friend, or just a new park to visit.  Whether you are in Colorado Springs, Canon City or Divide, we have you covered!  If you are looking for other spots you can hang out with your furry friends, check out Bring Fido for a list of places you can stay, play, dine and shop. 

Colorado Springs 

Bear Creek Dog Park
1685 S 21st Street

Rampart Dog Park
8270 Lexington Drive

Stratton Open Space
1598 Ridgeway Avenue

Palmer Park Dog Park
3650 Maizeland Road

Cheyenne Meadows Dog Park
1560 Charmwood Drive

Jackson Park
1149 Holland Park Boulevard

Memorial Park
1605 E Pikes Peak Ave

Fox Run Dog Park
2110 Stella Drive

Eastridge Dog Park
Constitution and Shawnee

Canon City

Arkansas Riverwalk Dog Park
575 Ash Street


Golden Meadows Dog Park
2000 Evergreen Heights Drives



Dog Parks in and around Colorado Springs

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Owning a pet is no small task. It’s a commitment of your time, energy, and patience, but the welcoming tail wags and happy licks are well worth it. Here’s what you need to do to make sure you’re ready for your new pet and that they are ready for you, too.

The first step before deciding to purchase or adopt a new pet is to ask yourself if your current lifestyle allows you time to walk, exercise, and otherwise care for this new responsibility. Young animals, especially, require an extended amount of time for feeding and training.


Window shop for a veterinarian near you and make sure that he or she is the right fit. Treat the search the same way you would for your own doctor to make sure that when the time comes they can deliver the level of care your new friend deserves.


A new pet is kind of like a new baby, you’ll need to make sure your home is free and clear of any objects that could hurt them or, more important, that they can accidentally consume. Take the necessary steps to pet-proof areas you don’t want them to explore.


If you have children or other pets, do some research on what the best family friendly breeds are. It’s also important to think of the size of your space in comparison to the size of your pet and the amount of room they need to feel comfortable.

It’s no secret that being a pet parent is a big financial commitment. You’ll need to make frequent purchases of food, toys, and other items, as well as on medicines, vaccinations, and healthcare needs. Set aside some savings before your pet arrives so you can be prepared.
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