On the last day of swimming season, the pool goes to the dogs. Literally! Only dogs are allowed in the pool and they love it! They romp, jump, splash and swim. No one comes away dry. When we do leave it’s with a smile on our face and in our heart. It’s a great event!
Highlands Ranch is a very large planned community located in the south suburbs of Metro Denver. The area enjoys a rich quality of life with many amenities in the area.
Homeowners pay small HOA dues each quarter for maintenance of the community and support for the 4-recreation centers. Membership is included with the dues, so homeowners find this is quite a bargain. Each of the rec centers is located in a different section of the Highlands Ranch, making it convenient for members to frequent one close to their homes.
Activities are abundant for everyone from the cradle on up. To locate the nearest rec center to your Highlands Ranch home, view the map below.
NOTE: If you click on the marker it will tell you what amenities each rec center offers.
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Colorado is big on dogs and having designated dog parks is part of why it is so wonderful to live here. Highlands Ranch in Douglas County is known for its miles and miles of recreation trails which are a join to humans who like to run, walk, skate, jog, cycle, ski or simply just be outdoors.
The Dog of the family must remain on a leash on these recreation trails, but when it is time to run unleashed, Fido has a special place to go just for him. Here’s a Map of Highlands Ranch Dog Parks for you and your best friend to explore.
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Highlands Ranch Dog parks are open from 7 a.m. until sunset all year-round.
Each location provides water and open space for the dogs to run unleashed. Please follow the rules and be sure your pet behaves in a good neighborly fashion. Be sure to pick up after your pet as you always do when leashed.
Supervision is a must. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Be sure your dog is up-to-date with vaccinations. If your dog is aggressive or in season, please don’t come to the park. Each park has a set of rules, please observe and obey.
See you at the park! Enjoy!