Many who travel with dogs appreciate having an exercise area where the dogs can be off of their leashes. It’s a marvelous feature after long hours on the road or cooped up indoors.
Some places have unique rules, such as maybe allowing one “family” of dogs at a time. This gives each family some safe and relaxing play time, especially for the more timid pets. All require cleaning up afterward. After all, pets are typically welcomed as long as their owners are responsible.
These dog parks aren’t intended to be baby sitters for your pets. The 2-legged owners of these 4-legged cuties are required to stay at the dog park during the entire off-leash time.
Please, always follow all of the rules so that everybody has the chance to to enjoy this too-rarely found campground amenity.
So, how do you know which Colorado campgrounds offer a dog park? Aside from telling you in pictures or in text, on CampColorado.com each campground has the option of showing any of the following pet details on their listing, and it then shows on the Property Overview tab:
- Pet friendly (some restrictions apply)
- Dog park area (for off-leashed supervised activity)
- Pet breed restrictions
- No pets allowed
- No dogs allowed
- Contact office regarding pets in rental cabins and units
- No pets allowed in rental cabins and units
At the time of this writing (May 2018) these campground listings show that they having a dog park:
Buena Vista Buena Vista KOA
- Colorado Springs KOA
- Falcon Meadow RV Campground
- Garden of the Gods RV Resort
- Golden Eagle Campground
Cripple Creek Cripple Creek KOA
Dolores The Views RV Park and Campground
Durango Westerly RV Park
Estes Park Estes Park KOA
Fairplay Middlefork RV Resort
Fruita Monument RV Resort
Grand Junction Junction West RV Park
Greeley Greeley RV Park & Campground
La Veta Circle the Wagons RV Park
Lake City Highlander RV Campground
Larkspur Jellystone Park Larkspur
Loveland Loveland RV Resort (see cover picture)
Ouray 4J+1+1 RV Park
Palisade Palisade Basecamp RV Resort
South Fork Aspen Ridge RV Park
We wish you and your 4-legged fur-pals many wonderful Colorado memories.