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7 Indoor Dog Parks in Denver, Colorado You Can Visit in 2024

Grant Piper

By Grant Piper

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Taking your dog outside during the dead of winter or during poor weather can be a chore. No one wants to bring their dog to the park in the pouring rain. In places such as Canada and the United Kingdom, where the weather is consistently cold or wet, there is a plethora of indoor dog parks to enjoy. Indoor dog parks are rarer in the United States, but you can still find indoor areas that allow your dog to get their energy out, no matter what the temperature is outside. Some of them even have things for their owners as well as the dogs.

Here are seven indoor dog parks and play areas in and around Denver for you and your dog to enjoy.

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Top 7 Indoor Dog Parks in Denver, Colorado

1. Canine Fitness and Fun Center

🗺️ Address: 📍 5390 E Evans Ave, Denver, CO 80222
🕐 Open Times: 7 AM – 7 PM daily
💲 Cost: $15 for 2 Hours, $33 for Half Day, $42 for Full Day
🐕 Off-Leash: Yes
  • Canine Fitness and Fun Center has extensive services, including vast indoor and outdoor play areas
  • They even have a swimming pool
  • Drop your dog off any time from 7 AM to 4 PM and pick up any time between 7 AM and 7 PM
  • Extra services include things like treats, puppy postcards, individual playtime, cuddle and storytime, birthday parties, private swim, group swim & play, brain games, and even spa services
  • They have a viewing area where you can hang out and watch your dog play
  • They also offer pet grooming and training services in addition to daycare and boarding.

2. K9 Fit Club

🗺️ Address: 📍 8235 W 20th St, Greeley, CO 80634
🕐 Open Times: Monday–Saturday, 8 AM–9 PM
💲 Cost: Contact for Rates
🐕 Off-Leash: Yes
  • K9 Fit Club is a program that offers guided exercise and play sessions to people and their dogs
  • Program is overseen by master dog trainers and veterinarians, making it one of the best around
  • There are no rates posted on the website, but they encourage you to get in touch
  • They will tailor a play session, training session, or exercise session for you and your dog based on your wants, needs, and breed

3. Canine Rehabilitation & Conditioning Group

🗺️ Address: 📍 3760 S Lipan St, Englewood, CO 80110
🕐 Open Times: Monday, 9 AM–5 PM;
Tuesday, 9 AM–7 PM;
Wednesday, 9 AM–6 PM;
Thursday, 9 AM–7 PM;
Friday, 9 AM–5 PM;
Saturday, 8 AM–4 PM;
Sunday, 9 AM–5 PM
💲 Cost: $20/ hour; $40 orientation
🐕 Off-Leash: Yes
  • Canine Rehabilitation & Conditioning Group (CRCG) is primarily a dog rehabilitation center
  • They also offer one of the most generous and unique indoor dog park experiences in Denver
  • CRCG has large, heated pools in their facilities and allows your dogs to swim.
  • The areas around the pools also have places for dogs to run, wrestle, and frolic
  • CRCG has numerous daily hours where their pools are open to swimming
  • Reserved swim time, orientation, and lessons all cost more money than open swim

4. City Bark

🗺️ Address: 📍 2000 W 8th Ave, Denver, CO 80204
🕐 Open Times: Monday–Sunday, 6:30 AM–8 PM
💲 Cost: $40 per day
🐕 Off-Leash: Yes
  • City Bark is an extensive doggy daycare, boarding, and training center that offers fabulous amenities for indoor play
  • Has climate-controlled indoor play areas for your dog’s enjoyment and an amazing outdoor dog park featuring a swimming pool, play structures, and plenty of room to run and play fetch
  • You can drop off and pick them up at almost any time, thanks to their long hours
  • There are seven locations around the Denver area

5. Camp Bow Wow

🗺️ Address: 📍 1221 S Cherokee St, Denver, CO 80223
🕐 Open Times: Monday–Friday, 6:30 AM–7 PM;
Saturday, 8–11 AM, 4–7 PM;
Sunday, 8–11 AM, 4–7 PM
💲 Cost: $39 per day
🐕 Off-Leash: Yes
  • Camp Bow Wow is a doggy daycare center built around combined play
  • Camp Bow Wow features multiple indoor and outdoor play yards
  • They also have overnight boarding and package deals if you want to purchase multiple daycare days at a time
  • Camp Bow Wow also features live webcams showing the dogs at play and the facilities if you are curious

6. Romero’s K9 Club & Tap House

🗺️ Address: 📍 985 S Public Rd, Lafayette, CO 80026
🕐 Open Times: Monday, Closed;
Tuesday, Closed;
Wednesday, 4–9 PM;
Thursday, 4–9 PM;
Friday, 2–9 PM;
Saturday, 12:30–9 PM;
Sunday, 12:30–7 PM
💲 Cost: Free
🐕 Off-Leash: Yes
  • Romero’s K9 Club & Tap House is a dog-friendly bar with plenty of areas for your dog to hang out and explore
  • Offer an outdoor biergarten that allows your dog to wander and play off leash
  • They also offer an enclosed pavilion that is climate-controlled year-round to keep your dog cool in the summer and warm in the winter
  • You will need to provide proof of vaccination in order to complete the registration

7. Pub Dog

🗺️ Address: 📍 2207 Bott Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80904
🕐 Open Times: Monday–Thursday, 11 AM–9 PM;
Friday–Sunday, 10 AM–9 PM
💲 Cost: Percentage fee added to food bill for dogs
🐕 Off-Leash: Yes
  • Pub Dog offers a unique combination of a dog park and bar, which is excellent for both people and pups
  • Features over 9,000 square feet of mixed indoor and outdoor dog playing areas
  • The areas are all heated, which makes them perfect for Colorado’s cold winter months
  • Pub Dog offers a full menu of food and drinks, including sandwiches, cocktails, burgers, and beer
  • They even have a menu for dogs offering treats such as dog beer and brown rice bowls

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Conclusion

This list comprises some of the best indoor areas to be found in the Denver area to let your dog run and play. There are heated indoor pools, enclosed pavilions, bars for dogs and humans both, and numerous doggy daycares to enjoy. Whether you live in northern Denver or out towards Colorado Springs, there are plenty of options to enjoy. Some establishments, like Camp Bow Wow and City Bark, have numerous locations sprinkled throughout the region. All you have to do is pick one that’s a good fit for you and your dog.


Featured Photo Credit: Christine Bird, Shutterstock

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