Parks and Recreation
The City of Castle Pines maintains Elk Ridge Park and pavilions for the enjoyment of all residents.
In May 2017, a final version of the Parks and Recreation Comprehensive Plan (PaRC) was presented to City Council. The Plan addresses community-driven needs and desires for recreational facilities, trails, open spaces, and recreation programs throughout the City and includes an action plan for potential future projects. For more information, and to read the complete Plan, visit http://www.castlepinesgov.com/parks-rec-plan.
Elk Ridge Park
- Climbing wall
- Water play fountain
- Walking trails
- Picnic pavilions
- Multi-purpose synthetic turf field
- Art features and fun educational features to learn the early history of Colorado
10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Splash Pad - Open Memorial Day to Labor Day
- No glass containers, chalk, motor vehicles, open fires, camping, solicitation, weapons or structures allowed
- Dogs must be on a leash at all times
- No alcohol unless you have obtained a special event liquor permit from the city (only available for non-profit organizations).
Splash Pad Emergeny Contact: In the case of an emergency at the Elk Ridge Park Splash Pad, please call Had at 303.598.1595.
Did you know?
Elk Ridge Park was featured in the Landscape Architect and Specifier News national magazine in the March 2012 edition. Read more: March 1: Elk Ridge Park Reflects Colorado Lifestyle
$30 / 2–hour block for 1/2 of the field
$60 / 2–hour block for full field
The City of Castle Pines is part of the Rueter-Hess Recreation Authority, along with Parker, Castle Rock, Lone Tree, Douglas County and the Parker Water and Sanitation District. The goal of the Authority is to bring public recreation opportunities to the Rueter-Hess Reservoir. Learn more...
Other Area Parks
The Castle Pines North Metro District maintains the other three district parks within the community. For more information on the other district parks, please visit our Things to Do page or the CPNMD homepage.
Located on the west edge of Castle Pines, Daniels Park is 1,000 acres in size and the only Denver Mountain Park in Douglas County. The park is characterized by its unique sandstone ridge setting, historic ranch, bison herd, and spectacular view of the Front Range. Learn more...
Lost and Found
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