Parks & Recreation
Creating and maintaining spaces for the health and enjoyment of all residents
The City of Castle Pines is home to several parks and has access to many other outdoor opportunities.
Elk Ridge Park
Elk Ridge Park is a beautiful outdoor activity center for the entire family located just south of Castle Pines Parkway off Lagae Road.
Learn more about Elk Ridge and reserve your space.
The City of Castle Pines is part of the Rueter-Hess Recreation Authority, a group working to bring more recreational opportunities to the reservoir area. The City of Castle Pines has partnered with Parker, Castle Rock, Lone Tree, Douglas County and the Parker Water and Sanitation District to create opportunities for non-motorized boating, fishing, hiking and camping.
Other Area Parks
The Castle Pines North Metro District maintains three other parks within the community: Retreat Park, Daniel’s Gate Park and Coyote Ridge Park.
Daniel’s Park is more than 1,000 acres and is the only Denver Mountain Park in Douglas County. It features a unique sandstone ridge, historic ranch, bison herd and a spectacular view of the Front Range.
Learn more about these parks and their amenities.
Park Use Guidelines
Help us keep our outdoor spaces great for everyone by following these rules:
- No glass containers, chalk, motor vehicles, open fires, camping, solicitation or weapons are permitted in the park.
- Dogs must be on a leash at all times.
- No alcohol unless you have obtained a special event liquor permit from the city.
Parks and Recreation Lost and Found
If you’ve lost or found an item at one of our area parks, please contact the city at 303-705-0200.