Darby's Top Reasons to Love This Hike:
- This suburban off leash dog park is 420 acres of trails and mostly fenced in. Easily accesible from Westminster, Arvada, Broomfield, Boulder, Northglenn, Thorton, etc.
- Views of the mountains of Golden, Boulder, and beyond. Colorado Hills Open Space also neighbors the park to the west, and views of Standley Lake to the south.
- Wildflowers everywhere! Only a few trees to block the sun; it's best to visit when it's not too sunny or windy. Great to visit in the winter, fall, and springtime.
- Dog drinking fountain- to quench our thirst from running around, and sometimes there is a doggy pool, depending on the season.
Directions: From the East: Go west on 108th from Wadsworth Blvd until the Simms intersection, make a left, the park is at 105 Simms, on the west side of the street. You can also get there from CO 128 to Simms, then go south to 105th.
Round Trip Length: Up to about 1.5 miles
Skill Level: Easy, very mild elevation change
Dog Regulations: Off leash
Weather: All seasons