Zeus playing on the 13 acres


Cheyenne Dog Park has a separate area for small dogs, a 1.5 acre training area, and a 13 acre fenced enclosure.


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Cheyenne Park Training Area has received a rating of 5.0 out of 5 bones by 1 canine critic on BringFido.

  • More than a year ago
    Love this park!

    Maxx is my great Pyrenees, who is 15 months old and is a gentle giant who loves to visit this park! He starts getting excited when the car turns down Old River Road and can hardly wait till the gate is opened! He greets every new dog, makes new friends and wanders the pleasant trails, either with me or other doggy parents! The shelters and benches are strategically placed throughout, so that we humans can sit and watch our dogs socialize, while getting to know fellow dog owners as well. Often there are community dog dishes provided in these shelters, so all we need to bring in are bottles of water. In warm weather, on site water faucets are turned on.Very handy!

    Also, in case we owners might forget, there's always "doggy bags" stations to be found. The park fees are very reasonable and a small price to pay to give back to those beloved pets who never cease to give to us! Come see this attractive place for yourself, and get the added bonus of pleasant trails to walk. : )

    Maxx and I can hardly wait till this spring 2021!

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