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Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services
David Deitemeyer PLA, ASLA

Key Dates

Early 2023
  • Initial construction
Fall 2023
  • Estimation Completion

Join us for the Antlers Dog Park Ribbon Cutting!

You and your best friend are invited to the grand opening of the new dog park. Join us for a special ribbon cutting ceremony, giveaways and more! Dogs are encouraged to attend, but remember to keep your dog on a leash until they are inside the fence of the dog park.

When: Thursday, May 16 at 4:30 p.m.

Where: 31 Pikes Peak Ave., Colorado Springs, 80903

ADA parking at the Antler's dog park

Construction on the new ADA accessible dog park located in Antlers Park in downtown Colorado Springs is now complete and ready to provide a safe and enjoyable space for your furry friends to play, exercise and socialize.

The space includes two separate play areas—one for small dogs and another for larger dogs—and features a large fence with double gates, synthetic turf, a sitting area, play amenities and a dog water station.

This project, part of the Downtown Historic Parks Master Plan, was designed based on residents’ feedback which identified preferred amenities for Antlers Park improvements. The park’s final master plan includes a tree canopy walk, an event garden and a picnic lawn.

The Downtown Historic Parks—which includes Antlers, Acacia and Alamo Square--make up three legacy public spaces that have provided the community with recreation for more than a century. Find the final master plans of Acacia, Antlers, and Alamo Square Parks at

The $510,000 improvement is funded thanks to voter approval of ballot issue 2B in the November 2019 election, which allowed the City to keep $7 million in excess 2018 TABOR revenue.

Antlers dog park