Memorial Day weekend is nearly upon us, and in Colorado it seems that this weekend is meant to be spent outside with your four-legged friend. There are severalMountain Parks located in the Evergreen area that are fun to visit, now that the weather is a bit nicer. These parks were purchased in the early 1900’s by the city and county of Denver. They are primarily used for picnicking for large or small groups. For more information visit the Denver Mountain Parks website. Denver All you need for a day of fun are a leash, water for you and your pet, and some snacks and toys, which your furry friend can pick out at Dogma. Get ready for fabulous fun, visiting one of the parks listed below.
- Bergen Park, located just south of I-70 on Evergreen Parkway
- Bison & Elk herd on both sides of I-70 at the Genesee exit (#252)
- Corwina Park, located about 3 miles south of Evergreen on Hwy 74
- Dedisse Park, north of Evergreen Lake on Evergreen Parkway
- Dillon Park, in south Evergreen on Brook Forest Road
- Fillius Park in north Evergreen at Evergreen Parkway and Bergen Parkway
- O’Fallon Park, 2 miles south of Evergreen on Hwy 74 along Bear Creek
- Pence Park, in Indian Hills on Parmalee Gulch
- Red Rocks Park and natural amphitheater, 9 miles south of Evergreen, near Morrison.