APRD has been building and maintaining parks and open space for the residents of the City of Centennial and Unincorporated Arapahoe County since 1983. The district is excited about future plans to build more parks, athletic fields, trails, pools and recreation centers to help meet the recreational needs of the district residents.
Challenger Regional Park is owned and managed by Douglas County Parks, Trails and Building Grounds. For more information visit Douglas County Outdoors or call 720.733.6990. Overview This regional park is located along Lincoln Avenue just west of the Cherry Creek Trail and Open Space Corridor.
Chatfield State Park offers 70-acres of off-leash fun. A variety of terrains keep dogs interested in exploring the park. Other park features include multiple trails and ponds. Bring water for your pup and bags to clean up after your dog. There is a fee to enter the state park and an additional nominal fee to use the off-leash area.
Less of a hike than a FANTASTIC off leash dog park. No elevation changes to speak off, wide open trails with beautiful views of the foothills. You will need a park pass for Chatfield (or an annual Colorado State Parks Pass), as well as a day pass for each dog (couple bucks each), or an annual for ~$25.
Float your boat in the lake, bicycle or hike on a trail that provides scenic views of the neighboring foothills and Platte River valley, camp, ride a horse and even fly a model airplane - all at Chatfield State Park, nestled next to the foothills southwest of Denver.
Enjoy the crusher fine trails that wind to overlooks of the small pond or meandering Cherry Creek. Stroll along the wood boardwalk that crosses the wetlands and view the pond up close. Interpretive signage within the park gives the visitor a glimpse of local natural and cultural history.
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Today we are profiling the new Rotary Club of Ann Arbor’s Centennial Playground at Gallup Park, one of Ann Arbor’s premiere destination parks. Centennial Playground at Gallup Park With it’s prime location on the banks of the Huron River and Geddes Pond, Gallup Park is one of Ann Arbor’s premier parks.
The Littleton Museum offers visitors a unique link between Littleton's past and present. Located on 40 acres adjacent to Ketring Lake, it encompasses three exhibition galleries, a children's interactive gallery, research center, lecture hall, and two 19th-century living history farm sites.
The park was then renamed in memory of the late Marjorie P. Madden on May 27, 2015. The park is available for rent and/or tours for your special occasion. Please contact Jessica at 303-806-0444 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information on reserving Marjorie Park for your event.
Welcome to Monkey Bizness in Centennial, a place where kids can truly “monkey around”! Whether it be on our giant indoor playground or for a birthday party or event, we provide a safe, clean environment for family fun. Our indoor playground and party center is conveniently located southeast of Arapahoe and I-25 on Easter Avenue.
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Orchard Hills Park also features two tennis courts, a pickleball court, small playground, a pond for fishing, a rock-climbing garden and a hike / bike trail. Orchard Hills is also home to a stable and park users often marvel at the feeling of walking through a rural area with the Denver Tech Center buildings looming in the background.
Red-tailed Hawk Park 23701 E. Hinsdale Way : 35 acres, baseball/softball backstop, bocce courts (6), playground, reservable shelter, restroom, sand volleyball, water sprayground, horseshoe pits (3), access to Piney Creek Trail: Rocky Ridge Park 16200 E. Mississippi Ave.
However, whether under the park gazebo or on a park bench, park users of all ages will be captivated by the blooming flowers outlining this beautiful park area. Running Fox Park is also home to an abstract steel structure, “The Cusp of Life,” which has been added to the Village Public Art Program.
The primary coordinates for Sagebrush Park places it within the CO 80015 ZIP Code delivery area. In the Maps and Aerial Photos section below, you'll find links to: (1) Local area photos around Sagebrush Park, (2) A listing of the nearest hotels to Sagebrush Park and (3) Driving Directions to Sagebrush Park from almost anywhere.
The Sheridan School District owns Sheridan Community Park. The South Suburban Park and Recreation District has a joint use agreement with the School District until 2027 for this 34 acre park. This area was acquired by the Fort Logan military post from The Fabian Company in the early 1900's. The post was decommissioned in 1946.
The Madden Museum of Art in Greenwood Village Colorado The Madden Museum of Art, a Museum, in Greenwood Village, CO 80111, address and phone number. Museums provide exhibits related to modern and fine arts, history, science and nature, dinosaurs, engineering and more.
Tommy Davis Park offers one multi-use playing field that may be permitted. Other amenities include a basketball court, a small sand volleyball court, a playground, picnic tables, a pond and a hike / bike trail that winds throughout the park. Due to limited parking, the multi-use playing field is limited to small group practices only.
William McKinley Carson Park is also home to the Mayors’ Memorial Garden, a place for contemplation, solitude, and remembrance. The garden is dedicated to past mayors of the village, memorializing their contributions to the quality of life in Greenwood Village.