With the Rocky Mountains as a backdrop, Denver's park system connects people throughout the city with the great outdoors. Denver parks are an intersection of nature and urban environments; of historical design and innovation; of public and private partnerships; and of arts and culture.
The park system serves the city's diverse neighborhoods with expansive open green spaces, pocket parks, tree-lined streets, historic parkways and regional trails.
Denver Parks & Recreation operates two bike parks:
A big thank-you to our partners, Winter Park Resort and the Walton Family Foundation for helping us bring these recreational amenities to Denver!
Disc Golf courses are located at:
Denver Mountain Parks make up a cohesive system of significant lands connected by watersheds, forests, sensitive ecosystems, trails, and scenic drives. Each park has its own distinct character, but the system as a whole shares an audience, uses, geography, character, and historic integrity. Learn more.
Areas designated for skateboarding can be found at the following parks:
A slackline course with varying degrees of difficulty is located at Harvard Gulch Park (between recreation center and golf course).
Denver Parks & Recreation currently maintains 124 tennis courts at 30 park locations – 13 of these locations have lighted courts. Court lights are operational from 5:00-11:00PM from March through October,
Locations marked below with an asterisk (*) have court lights operational throughout the winter (November through February) from 4:00-9:00PM. Lighted tennis courts are located at:
Berkeley Lake Park (south courts) | Jan.-June 2018
four (4) new tennis courts. North courts will remain open and playable through this construction period, however the court lights will not be operational through March.
Eisenhower Park | Jan.-June 2018
three (3) new tennis courts and four (4) new pickleball courts
Huston Lake Park | Jan.-June 2018
three (3) new tennis courts and four (4) new pickleball courts.
Denver Parks & Recreation currently maintains 12 pickleball courts at 3 park locations – no pickleball courts are lighted. Pickleball courts are located at:
PICKLEBALL is a fun game that is a cross between tennis and ping-pong. The game is easy for beginners to learn but can be a fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players as well.
There are also several indoor courts in various recreation centers:
Indoor pickleball courts:
All courts are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Don’t forget your paddle! Parks and recreation centers do not provide paddles.