Hours: Tues- Thurs 12pm - 9pm Fri - Sat 12pm - 10pm Sun 12pm - 7pm
Why do we require registration? There are two reasons:
Safety: If we were to be notified that a dog that visited us recently turned out to have a contagious disease we want to be able to inform you of that.
Compliance: We worked for months to obtain special zoning from the county and we pay for special insurance which allows us to operate a dog park as part of our business. The county and our insurance company both require that we keep records to prove we are responsibly managing access to the area in the event of any kind of incident involving the dogs.
Please be prepared to show staff proof of rabies vaccine. It must contain your dog's name and the expiration date of their most recent rabies vaccine. You must have one of these for each dog.
Puppies under 4 months: Since it is illegal in the state of Colorado to vaccinate a puppy under 16 weeks old for rabies we will not allow puppies under that age in the off leash area. No exceptions.
Our dog park is SMALL! It's approximately 2,500 square feet, wherein we also have play equipment and several tables. When busy, it can be crowded which some dogs do not enjoy. If your dog is not good in confined spaces with a lot of other dogs and people, we will not be a good fit for you.
If you are not able to reliably recall your dog despite distractions, we are not a good fit for you.
If you have not taken your dog to a dog park before, we highly recommend doing that before your visit to see how they do. A small, loud space with a lot of people and strange dogs may cause your new pup to develop unnecessary fears and result in the opposite of a well socialized animal.
Our servers do not have the ability to monitor or pick up after your dog for you. We also think it's a bad look to have the same person who's handling your drinks also handling dog poop.
If your dog is stressed out, playing aggressively or not getting along with other dogs, please remove it from the play area yourself rather than waiting for a server to ask you to do it.
Not all dogs may understand how to act around children, so for the safety of all the off leash area is 13+ only. No exceptions.
The full set of rules is posted by the entrance to the dog park, truncated copies are on both gates entering the dog park. Please understand them before entering and do not push back if staff ask you to abide by them. (it's basic dog park rules: no glass, no toys, no treats, don't let your dog be too crazy etc).
If a staff member has asked you to remove your dog it is because we have the safety and enjoyment of all guests to consider and your dog is currently affecting one of those things.
We have a finite amount of seating in the dog park area and it's our most popular place to sit. If you plan on bringing your dog to play but are not going to support our business by ordering any of our beer, non-alcoholic drinks, snacks, gift cards or merchandise, then we will charge you a fee for using our space as is our right to do.
We are a small, private business who is not receiving any kind of compensation from the local government such as a public park or public dog park would.
We pay for expensive daily sanitization, constant maintenance on the gravel and furnishings from wear & tear as well as a significant expense in insuring such an area, as well as paying staff to continuously check on you and do their best to ensure that space is clean and safe for your dog to enjoy. Considering all of these expenses, we are not in a financial position to provide it for free.
There are many wonderful parks and hiking trails around the area that are free for public use.
We realize this page has a lot of info on it and we did our best to condense it. But after operating for nearly 3 years, we've learned what works for us and what does not and we find the more info we give folks prior to their visit, the smoother things go for all of us.
We are under high scrutiny by several municipalities as we blaze new trails with our concept of a dog friendly business and that has not been easy since some cities are aggressively cutting back on dog friendly options. So it's important that we do this the right way and we appreciate that you took the time to read through this so you can help us keep pushing forward!
If you plan on utilizing our off leash area we require proof of rabies vaccination and your commitment to honor the rules set in place for the comfort and safety of all our guests, two-legged and four.
9719 West Coal Mine Avenue, Littleton, Colorado 80123, United States
12:00 pm – 09:00 pm