Dog Parks are open 1 hour before sunrise and 1 hour after sunset, seven days a week, except as otherwise posted.
- Dogs must be licensed and vaccinated.
- No puppies under 4 months are allowed (because of risk of parvovirus)
- Please keep your dog on leash until you are inside the park and keep your leash on hand. Close the gate behind you.
- The limit is 3 dogs per person, per visit.
- Dogs may not be left unattended.
- If there are other dogs in the park, please keep your dog on leash until you are sure they are compatible.
- Dogs in heat are prohibited. It is recommended that dogs be spayed or neutered.
- No aggressive dogs allowed. If any person or dog is bitten by a dog at the park, report it to the Longmont Police Department Animal Control Office, (303) 651-8501.
- Dog owners must be responsible. By removing your dog's leash, you are guaranteeing to other park users that your dog is safe.
- Please pick up after your dog. The success of the dog parks depends on owners taking responsibility for their dogs.
- Young children must be supervised by a responsible adult.
Dog Park Courtesies
- Help keep the area clean and odor free.
- Keep the dogs on the sidewalk while traveling to and from the dog park.
- Keep dogs off of private property.
- Encourage other users to clean up after their pets at all times.
Note: parks may be closed during the year to allow the grass to re-establish.
Please park in designated lots.
List of Longmont Dog Parks
Blue Skies Neighborhood ParkAmenities:
- Basketball Court(s)
- BBQ Grill or Pit(s)
- Bird and Butterfly Garden
- DaVinci Garden
- Dog Park
- Multi-use Field(s)
- Parking Lot(s)
- Roller Hockey Rink
- Skate/Wheels Park
- Trails (Paved)
- Volleyball Court(s) - Sand
Neighborhood Park Hours: 5:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Blue Skies is an 11-acre neighborhood park that was designed around a flight timeline with "themed" images found throughout the park. Interpretive signage, sandblasted images and other features throughout the park represent historic planes and images that walk visitors through the timeline of flight. The skate park and the playground also compliment the theme with features that represent elements of the Amelia Earhart plane and a rocket ship climber in the playground.
Blue Skies Park is located along Dry Creek #1 in southwestern Longmont and offers a trail connection to the Dry Creek #1 Greenway. Blue Mountain Elementary School is north of the park.
Visit the Plans, Maps & Reports webpage and click Map of Parks in Longmont to see all parks displayed on an interactive map. Choose from the Amenities dropdown menu to find parks with the amenity you are seeking, such as playground, pool, or picnic area.
For more information or to reserve a shelter at this park, contact Parks, Open Space & Trails.
The name Blue Skies is a common airline pilot phrase and was suggested for a park name since Vance Brand Municipal Airport is nearby.