Spring has sprung and now is the perfect time to get outside and get a breath of fresh air. And what better place to refresh and reset than in a beautiful Colorado park. There’s never a shortage of options to choose from; there are over 50 parks in the NoCo area. Keep reading to find a park to spend your time, whether you’re looking for a dog, city or state park:
Fort Collins City Park
Fort Collins City Park is a great place to spend your days, sitting under a shady tree, reading a good book. There are perfect places to have a picnic, tennis courts and Sheldon Lake to walk around and enjoy the outdoors.
With a soothing creek rushing through the park, this is another idyllic place to enjoy a picnic or a good book. There is also a walking and bike path to connect you to different spots in Fort Collins.
Fossil Creek Dog Park
Located in the heart of Fort Collins, Fossil Creek Dog Park is a great place to spend your days with your furry friends. There are some benches and shady trees to enjoy watching your dog play with others. There is a separate fenced-off area for small dogs and shy dogs as well.
Twin Silo Dog Park
Another big dog park in Fort Collins where dogs are welcomed to be off of their leashes to run freely and play with other dogs. There is an area for small and shy dogs to hang out, too! There are plenty of water stations and poop bags available for anyone who needs them.
Lory State Park
Lory State Park is a fantastic place to hike, fish, or just escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. There are several trails to choose from, no matter what type of hiker you are. Be sure to bring a camera because this place has amazing views!
Boyd Lake State Park
With nice camping spots and walking trails around the lake, this is the perfect place to spend your weekends this spring. They have parks, swings and horseshoe pits to enjoy as well. Swimming, kayaking, and paddleboarding are highly recommended so make sure to bring your swimsuits! Boat rentals are available, as well.
There is not a shortage of places to spend your spring days in Northern Colorado. This spring has been a warm one, so make sure to get out there and enjoy the sunshine and amazing views that this state has to offer.