Nederland Parks & Recreation Sites

Adopt-A-Park Program

Did you know that you can adopt a local Nederland park?  Adopting a park is a great community, group or family activity.  See the information packet below for more information or click here to visit the webpage!

  Adopt-a-Park Program 2011 (267.6 KiB, 932 hits)

Nederland Parks and Recreational Sites

Nederland residents enjoy many parks and recreation areas within and near Town.  Some of our parks are large, and some are small, but all are unique.  Many Nederland parks and recreational sites have benefited from grants from the Colorado Lottery’s Great Outdoors Colorado Fund.  See the video link for a quick overview!

  Nederland Parks and Trails Map (105.8 KiB, 2,772 hits)

  • Nathan Lazarus Skatepark
    • Features: Pool, flow bowl, cradle, hoodie, “brick” wall ride with tombstone mini-bowl, Public Parking
    • Location: 145 East First Street, Nederland
  • NedRink Ice Rink & Tennis Courts
    • Features: Olympic-sized ice rink during winter months and skate rentals; full-size tennis courts during warmer months; ample parking
    • Location: Indian Peaks Drive
  • Mud Lake Open Space
    • Features: Public Parking, Picnic Tables, Public Restrooms; flat trails, excellent for children and those unaccustomed to the elevation
    • Location: North out of Nederland on Hwy 72, Left (or West) or Co. Rd. 126, follow signs to Caribou Open Space and Mud Lake Recreation Area
  • Chipeta Park
    • Features: Picnic Tables, Shelter, Play Equipment, Swings, Children’s Pond
    • Location: Lakeview Drive, just northeast of the Caribou Shopping Center.
    • AVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE RENTAL, please contact LauraJane Baur at Town Hall, (303) 258-3266, ext. 23, with questions or to make a reservation.
  • Veterans Memorial Park (formerly known as Chipeta Extension)
  • Guercio Memorial Park
    • Features: Baseball field, Public Parking
    • Location: Beside Barker Reservoir on the far East side of downtown
  • Flarty Park
    • Features: Fenced in, Public Parking
    • Location: The Arikaree Encirclement, Indian Peaks sub-division
  • Joe Smith Park
    • Features: Picnic Table, Boulders, NO PUBLIC PARKING
    • Location: Upper Sundown Trail
  • Tom Riley Park
    • Features: Picnic Table, Aspen Grove, NO PUBLIC PARKING
    • Location: Sundance Circle
  • Peace Park
  • Location: West 3rd St. and Hwy 119
  • Tilden Park
  • Nederland Community Center
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