- PARKS & TRAILS
- Public Parks
Parker Public Parks
Auburn Hills Community Park
The Town of Parker, Ryland Homes and Prairie Crossing Elementary School worked together to complete Auburn Hills Community Park. Located at 11682 Bradbury Ranch Rd. in Parker, Colorado.
Bar CCC Park
Located on Mainstreet just east of Cherry Creek in Parker, Colorado, this park offers access to the Cherry Creek and Sulphur Gulch Trails with a trailhead and parking. Improvements to the park include a ballfield, and two shade shelters.
Bayou Gulch Regional Park
Bayou Gulch Regional Park is owned and managed by Douglas County Parks and located at 4815 Fox Sparrow Rd in Parker, Colorado.
Challenger Regional Park
Challenger Regional Park is owned and managed by Douglas County Parks and located at 17299 E. Lincoln Ave. in Parker, Colorado.
Located next to Parker’s new library, Discovery Park on Mainstreet and Pine Drive is a unique destination. With interactive fountains in the summer, a vibrant ice trail in the winter, and performances and events throughout the year. This 1.5 acre park is a four season community gathering place.
Dog Park and Disc Golf Course
Located at 17855 Pine Lane, the dog park and disc golf course are unlit; hours are dawn to dusk. The dog park features nearly five acres of off-leash space with shade structures, drinking fountains, small dog area and an agility course. The disc golf course is located adjacent to the dog park and includes 18 holes designed with assistance from local enthusiasts and experts.
Iron Horse Park
Iron Horse Park, located at 20151 Tallman Ave., features access to Tallman Gulch Trail, three ball fields, shade structures and seasonal port-a-potty. A historical Parker landmark, the Slemmer Ranch Barn, is also located here. A display with information on the site is located on the west side of the barn.
Living Wheel Park
Located at the corner of Mainstreet and Stage Run, Living Wheel Park pays tribute to our nation’s military and fallen heroes. The nearly one-acre park features a flag display, multiple sculptures of various size and media, as well as benches and walking paths.
Located in Parker, Colorado along the west side of Parker Road just north of Indian Pipe Lane and the Country Meadows subdivision, this park includes a trailhead and a picnic area with parking as well as the Town's Arboretum.
Located on Mainstreet in downtown Parker, Colorado, O'Brien Park includes a lighted softball field, basketball court, a playground and an outdoor pool with slides and a variety of water features.
Preservation Park and Trailhead
Preservation Park and Trailhead is the northern gateway into Parker and Douglas County, Colorado.
Railbender Skate & Tennis Park
Railbender Skate and Tennis Park is located on the west side of Twenty Mile Road between E. Plaza Drive and Longs Way in Parker, Colorado. The park features six lighted tennis courts, a children's playground, three picnic shelters, restrooms, a trailhead for the Cherry Creek Regional Trail and approximately 68 on-site parking spaces.
Salisbury Equestrian Park & Sports Complex
Salisbury Equestrian Park and Sports Complex is located along Motsenbocker Road in Parker, Colorado. This park serves Parker's equestrian community, as well as a variety of youth and adult sports leagues.
Stroh Ranch Soccer Fields
The Stroh Ranch Soccer Fields are located on the north side of Stroh Road, west of Cherry Creek in Parker, Colorado. The park has two regulation size soccer fields, a playground and two picnic shelters.
Tallman Meadow Park
Tallman Meadow Park is on the east side of Parker in the Idyllwilde community and was developed jointly by the Town and Village Homes. The park has a rustic western theme and boasts picnic and barbecue facilities, a shade shelter, a playground area, multi-use sports field and baseball field. The park's meandering trails connect to the Tallman Gulch Trail via a pedestrian bridge.
Trails at Crowfoot Community Park
The Trails at Crowfoot Community Park in Parker, CO features a baseball field, multi-use sports field, tennis and pickleball courts, basketball court, playground areas, picnic/shade shelters, soft-surface jogging trail and a nine-hole disc golf course.
20-Mile Historic Park
Twenty-Mile Historic Park is located near the intersection of Parker Road and Mainstreet in Parker, Colorado and features the Historic 20-Mile House, formally the Pine Grove Post Office.
In addition to these Town facilities, there are numerous semi-public parks and open space areas that are maintained by Homeowners' Associations or other organizations, including the Cottonwood Community Park and Open Space, which is accessible from Cherry Creek Trail.