Wooded dog park
Wooded area with trails. Great little park.
Wooded area with trails. Great little park.
Wooded dog park

Description

Pets love to play at this off-leash, 2.5-acre dog park, which is fully fenced with a creek where pets can cool off. Be sure to bring your own water. Follow the sidewalk past the ball fields about 300 yards to reach the park.

Reviews

BringFido Traveler Rating

Dog Park at Tony Grampsas has received a rating of 3.8 out of 5 bones by 8 dog owners on BringFido.

  • Jul. 02, 2019
    Great if you like woodsy trails and loud baseball games

    My husband and I took our 8-year-old rescue to visit this park and were sorely disappointed. First we had to walk a long way past a bunch of Little League baseball games and practices, one of which they were throwing the ball back and forth ACROSS THE SIDEWALK that leads to the dog park. The dog park itself was hard to find -- allllllll the way at the back, past all the ball fields where multiple ball games were going on. Neither my husband nor I are sports fans, so this didn't exactly thrill us. When we got to the park, we were dismayed to see there was a creek running through it (we'd just bathed our dog the day before) and most of it, while shaded -- a plus -- consisted of narrow trails leading off into wooded areas, possibly home to snakes. I overheard one kid we passed on the sidewalk say, "Mom, did you see that snake?" NOT keen on taking our dog where there are snakes.

    Hesitant, we nevertheless went in, since we'd already come this far. However, the moment we entered, an aggressive dog wearing a "Search and Rescue" practice pack came running up and virtually attacked our dog. We had to pull the dog off. Fortunately the owner came and got the dog, and later apologized but in a very weak way, saying "She likes to get enthusiastic with other dogs." Uh, that's called GET SOME TRAINING FOR YOUR DOG.

    The attack was the last straw. We took our dog and left, trudging the good distance back through all the ball games towards the parking lot, *hoping* neither of us got hit with a stray baseball.

    Never. Again.

  • Nov. 16, 2018
    Great 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.

  • More than one year ago.
    Outdoorsy 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!

  • More than one year ago.
    Found 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.

  • More than one year ago.
    Simply 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.

  • More than one year ago.
    Great 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....

  • More than one year ago.
    dog at home

    wooded area dog feels like it is at home.

  • More than one year ago.
    Not there

    We drove around the area for a while and never found it. I don't think it exists.

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