Tony Grampsas Dog Park
- MaureenJul. 22, 2022Decent
visited in high summer heat so maybe off on this review. very dry and sitting water with not a lot of open play area. no grass.
- PennyNov. 16, 2018Great Place to Romp
We were there in 5 inches of snow and our dog loved it. It was more of a walk/run in the woods than a throw the ball kind of place. A little hard to find the fenced dog park area once getting to the park.
- KathyJul. 19, 2018Outdoorsy Park
It’s a great place, because it’s fenced-in a woodsy area which is something our dog loves. We’re traveling across the country, so we want to keep our fella as clean as possible. Well, he’s a fan of mud and mud he found. There was a hose on our way back to our car, so we were able to wash him off and cool him down. Thumbs up!
- SteveMore than a year agoFound it!
I can see why the previous poster thought it didn't exist. It' not easy to find. Once you're in the public park area, you need to go to the far east side of the park and take the sidewalk north past the archery range to get to the dog park. There's a small, hard to see sign at the beginning of the sidewalk identifying the dog part at the end.
- StephanieMore than a year agoSimply Beautiful
The best dog park we have went to. Wooded ara with trails, my little Pomeranian absolutely loves hiking and this gave him an opportunity to run trails off lead. The fence isn't the best for small dogs so be careful. I definitely will recommend to my friends.
- LauraMore than a year agoGreat place away from the busy
Nice, tucked back park with a lot of space and a small creek running through. Good trees and dirt/grass, not a big, sandy, open field like the Denver parks. Not great on a rainy day....
- WayneMore than a year agodog at home
wooded area dog feels like it is at home.
- AlexMore than a year agoNot there
We drove around the area for a while and never found it. I don't think it exists.