Just 24 miles from Downtown Denver, Daniels Park is home to one of Denver’s two bison herds.
Winter Park is Colorado’s oldest continually operated ski resort, and since 1940 has provided visitors and residents with winter and summer sports opportunities. It is located at the base of the Continental Divide in the Fraser Valley.
Echo Lake Park, at 10,600 feet above sea level, is a gem in the Denver Mountain Park System and a must see destination.
At 13,000 feet, Summit Lake Park is the highest of the Denver Mountain Parks-and on of the most special.
Located along Turkey Creek, Newton and Turkey Creek Parks offer quiet and peaceful picnic areas.
Dedisse Park is home not only to Evergreen Lake but also to Colorado’s first mountain golf course.
These parks define the southern gateway into the town of Evergreen while protecting rolling ponderosa forests, riparian habitat and tributaries of Bear Creek.
Together comprising 400 acres, Little and Starbuck Parks offer quiet opportunities for picnics, hiking and seeing historic shelters.
These parks embody the quintessential characteristics of the Denver Mountain Parks System: backcountry forests, challenging trails, flowing creeks, and shaded picnic sites.
Morrison Park not only offers an excellent picnic site, but also hosts one of only two remaining intact Civilian Conservation Corps camps in the country.