Other Area Parks

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Parks and Playgrounds

boy on swing

Daniel’s Gate Park

8682 Daniels Park Road

Since 2001, the two-acre Daniel’s Gate Park has provided enjoyment for all ages. The park offers residents and visitors distinct areas for various activities; these include:

  • Multi-purpose grass playing field (football/soccer/lacrosse/volleyball)
  • Playground with infant and toddler swings
  • Shaded gazebo

Daniel’s Gate Park can be accessed at Grigs Road near Turquoise Terrace Street, the park is located on the north side of the Turquoise Terrace neighborhood. This park is maintained by the Castle Pines North Metro District.

the retreat park entrance

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 includes:

  • Large playground area
  • Multi-purpose field and baseball field
  • Covered picnic pavilions with grills
  • Walking trail area

This park is maintained by the Castle Pines North Metro District.

children's playground

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 includes:

  • Two multi-purpose fields
  • Baseball field
  • Playground with three covered picnic pavilions and BBQ grills
  • Skateboard park with shaded pavilions and picnic tables

This park is maintained by the Castle Pines North Metro District.

Open Space

rolling hills of green in castle pines

Daniels Park

8615 N. Daniels Park Road
Sedalia, CO 80135

Daniels Park is one of the largest parks in the 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.

cow

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, mountain lions, wild turkeys and porcupines – along with the glorious Santa Gertrudis cattle that make up their successful cattle ranch.