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Canine Corral and parks with off-leash areas

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The City of Englewood has one designated dog park (Canine Corral, 4848 S. Windermere St.) and four parks with off-leash areas.  

OPENING MONDAY, APRIL 20: Englewood Canine Corral Dog Park
4848 S. Windermere (west side of Belleview Park)

Canine Corral is a one and a half acre dedicated off-leash dog park that is completely fenced and equipped with benches, pet stations, and other amenities.

Englewood Canine Corral Dog Park Regulations

  • Dogs must be under control at all times.
  • Users must have a leash for each dog
  • Dogs must be on leash until inside the dog park
  • No dogs in heat are allowed
  • Owners must clean up after their dogs
  • Visitors use the facility at their own risk and assume all liability
  • Dogs must be removed at the first sign of aggression
  • Dogs must be vaccinated - collars and tags required
  • Children must be supervised and accompanied by an adult
  • Dogs must be accompanied by an adult (16 or older) at all times
  • No dogs under the age of four months
  • All other park rules apply 

OPEN: Parks with Off-Leash Areas: 

  • Centennial Park (4630 S. Decatur St.)
  • Duncan Park (4880 S. Pennsylvania St.) 
  • Jason Park (4299 S. Jason St.) 
  • Northwest Greenbelt (Zuni to Pecos along Harvard Gulch near Vassar Avenue)

Guidelines for Off-Leash Areas:

The person in control of the dog must:

  • Carry a leash
  • Keep the dog out of playground, shelters and athletic fields
  • Be respectful of others who are enjoying use of the parks
  • Pick up after his/her dog(s)
  • Be mindful that some people, including those with leashed dogs, may feel threatened if approached by an unleashed dog

Dogs may remain off-leash and must be under voice control during the following times:

  • March 1 - October 31 • 6-11AM & 6-11PM
  • November 1 - February 28/29 • 6AM-11PM 

Dogs must be leashed at all other times and are subject to fines per City of Englewood Municipal Code 7-1A-3.  Violations may be reported to Police Dispatch at 303-762-2438.