Bark Park Wynetka Ponds Littleton Colorado
Welcome to another installment of the dog parks of Colorado in the Denver metro area. Today I visit the Wynetka Ponds Bark Park in Littleton Colorado. This hidden little park turns out to be not so little but takes a little walk to get to. Located just off of Bowels Avenue and Lowell Blvd with a modest parking lot for your convenience.
Getting to the park.
After a short walk from the parking lot I got to the park proper. Make sure to take the path that leads back toward Bowels Ave, to the south. If you want a longer walk take the north path because it will lead you back to the park eventually.
Entering the Bark Park at Wynetka Ponds
Getting into the park is safe and convenient with the standard double gate entry. Once I got through there were some nice trees right there so it offered everyone a comfortable place to hang out. One thing I noticed right away was that there is a lot of grass compared to the other parks I’ve review. The upside, nice and soft, the down side, long grass can hide puppy dog land mines!
There are two separate areas enclosed by “dog proof” fence to keep my puparoo from wandering away. The main are is so large I never even walked into the second area. I saw no signs designating large and small dogs so I guess one can choose which is best for their furry friend.
Around the Bark Park.
You can see all the space available for dogs to roam and run around the park. Max loves to walk around the fence line with me and mark his favorite spots! Lots of green grass for great footing if your pup likes to run after their favorite ball or Frisbee.
In case of inclement weather take shelter under the covered area provided, convenient picnic tables included!
A second area because two is better than one!
Sometimes a dog just needs to have an area just to him or her self because you never know. At the Bark Park you find it right next to the main park. The only cravat I notices is a lack of shade trees but that may not really be a problem considering the weather.
If you need shade…
On the main park side shade trees provide great places for your dog to chill and hang with new and old friends. They even included picnic tables for us humans to take a load off and enjoy watching our four legged companions frolic and play.
Water is provided for everyone : )
We all know how dry it gets here in Colorado so help yourself to a drink for you or your dog!
A special thanks to…
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