Things To Do

Check out these local attractions and organizations!

Parks and Playgrounds

Elk Ridge Park

7005 Mira Vista Lane

Castle Pines, CO 80108


Located off Mira Vista Lane, just north of the American Academy Charter School, Elk Ridge Park is the latest addition to the Castle Pines' recreation facilities. The park features a multi-purpose synthetic turf field, miles of walking trails, a playground and climbing wall, water play fountain, picnic pavilions, art features, and fun educational features to learn about the early history of Colorado. Elk Ridge is maintained by the City of Castle Pines.


For more information and to reserve a pavilion, please visit our Parks and Recreation department.


Retreat Park

Tangleoak Lane

Castle Pines, CO 80108


This park is located on Tangleoak Drive, nestled in "The Retreat" neighborhood of Castle Pines. It is approximately five acres and features a large playground area, a multi-purpose field, a baseball field, covered picnic pavilions with grills, and a walking trail area. This park is maintained by the CPN Metro District.


Coyote Ridge Park

7485 Serena Drive

Castle Pines, CO 80108


The park is located northeast of the intersection of Monarch Boulevard and Hidden Pointe Boulevard, and is surrounded by open space and walking trails. Coyote Ridge Park is approximately 15 acres and features two multi-purpose fields, a baseball field, a playground with three covered picnic pavilions and BBQ grills, and a skateboard park with shaded pavilions and picnic tables. This park is maintained by the CPN Metro District.


Daniel's Gate Park

8682 N Daniel’s Park Road

Sedalia, CO 80135


This two-acre park is located on Daniel's Gate Road just north of the "Turquoise Terrace" neighborhood on Griggs Road. It features a playground area with infant and toddler swings, a shaded gazebo area, and a grass multi-purpose field. This park is maintained by the CPN Metro District.

Natural Areas

Daniels Park

8615 N. Daniels Park Road

Sedalia, CO 80135


Daniels Park is one of largest parks in Denver Mountain Park system. The 1,000-acre historic ranch in Douglas County is known for its bison herd, dramatic view of the mountains, historic ranch buildings, distinctive stone shelter, and Tallbull Memorial Grounds. Most of the park is a Bison preserve and natural area where visitors can view the animals in a high-plains habitat. The park also features a picnic area, tables, and grills.


For more information please contact the Denver Mountain Parks Office at 720.865.0900.


Cherokee Castle & Ranch

6113 N. Daniels Park Rd.
Sedalia, CO 80135


A mere 30 minutes south of Denver stands the most unique venue in all Colorado: Scottish-inspired Cherokee Castle & Ranch. Rising high above 3,400 protected acres, the awesome 200-mile views – from Pike’s Peak to Long’s Peak and beyond – are renowned as best in the West. This preserve is also home to antelope, bears, cougars, elk, mountains lions, wild turkeys and porcupines – along with the glorious Santa Getrudis cattle that make up their successful cattle ranch.

Golf Courses

The Ridge at Castle Pines North

1414 Castle Pines Parkway

Castle Pines, CO 80108



The Ridge at Castle Pines North, a premier Troon Golf managed facility, is one of Colorado's most prestigious and upscale public golf courses. Since opening in 1997, The Ridge has received both national and statewide recognition in various publications. The Ridge has four sets of tees that measure from 5,000 yards to more than 7,000 yards in length.


Castle Pines Library Branch

360 Village Square Drive
Castle Pines, CO 80108



Douglas County Libraries in Castle Pines is located in the heart of the Village Square and boasts 13,000 square feet of space for community and event use, plus an additional 2,000 square feet dedicated to City offices. The library offers an expansive selection of materials for borrowing; dedicated Storytime space; a cafĂ©-like lounge and holds area; a sunken media lounge upstairs; five high-tech, multi-use meeting, event and study spaces; and a furnished second-story terrace with a fireplace. Other fun features of the library include lava tiles, a Lite-Brite-inspired wall of lights to encourage community creativity, and a future “green” roof adjacent to the terrace.


Castle Pines Arts & Cultural Foundation


CPACF is a proud supporter of the arts in Castle Pines and puts on several events throughout the year, including the Summer Solstice Fair, Fall in the Foothills, hosting the Missoula Children's Theater, and selling commemorative Castle Pines holiday ornaments. The foundation is always looking for volunteers, so if you are interested in helping CPACF please fill out this form.


Castle Pines is fortunate to be located near and have easy access to some of the best shopping centers in the Denver area. Located 10 miles to the north of Castle Pines is the Park Meadow Retail Resort, home to over 185 retailers and restaurants. Within 10 miles to the south of the City is the Village at Castle Pines marketplace as well as the Outlets at Castle Rock