Cheyenne Meadows Dog Park
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- MorganFeb. 27, 2020Small but Mighty
Cheyenne Meadows is nice and clean and worth the drive, though dwarfed in size and activities by the city's favorite, Bear Creek. Cheyenne Meadows offers a quiet neighborhood alternative. They have split areas for big and small dogs, water stations that are user-filled, a pavillion with seating for humans, and a very nice agility playground for dogs. The landscape is good ol Colorado dirt and grass, maintained vigilantly by patrons and volunteers. At times we find it to be quiet during the day - sometimes we're alone - but it's decently busy, usually.
- BennettMore than a year agoEnjoyed
We enjoyed this park a lot. It is very clean and open helping to keep sight of our dog. The folks there are very friendly. We will be returning soon. Great place to just let your dog interact with other dogs and be social.
- SarahMore than a year agodecent no thrills park but lousy pet parents
Stopped here so our boxer could play while we are on a road trip. Park is fenced in and there is seating under a tent like structure. We were unable to let our dog off leash due to an aggressive dog and a horrible pet parent. This little terrier was so aggressive he actually bit our dog. Not too thrilled with this "local" hospitality. For this reason I give it 3 bones. What a shame.
- VMore than a year agoQuiet
This park is fine if you live close enough or go with friends. Otherwise, it's often very quiet and can be a bit boring.