Neighborhood trail that runs from Denver's West Border to the South Platte River. Avoid during and heavy rain, prone to flash flooding.
So nice for walking the dog after work.
You can definitely get away with going off leash here.
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James A. Bible Park
6802 E Yale Ave (at S Monaco Pkwy)
"Good sized park with plenty open space and play space. Also some fun hideaways along the trails. Just watch out for the coyotes, who are most active at dawn and dusk."
Huston Lake Park
850 S Bryant St.
"The lake is stocked with fish by Denver Parks & Rec for fishing."
Benedict Fountain Park
401 E. 20th Ave. (at Logan St.)
"The city has recently made improvements and this park is nicer than it used to be. Nice little spot of green in the heart of the city."
Ruby Hill Neighborhood Recreation
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