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This pavilion situated along Big Dry Creek Trail is the northernmost shelter in the City available for reservation. Nearby play equipment is entirely ADA accessible. Additional multi-use fields, creekside open space and trails, dog park, drinking fountains, restroom (seasonal), and plenty of off-street parking provide ample accommodations for an entire day at this park.
Perched on a grassy hillside, this pavilion overlooks the metro area and, on a clear day, Pikes Peak. In addition to the shade shelter with picnic tables, visitors have easy access to play equipment, BBQ grills, drinking fountain, 2 full basketball courts. Fully-plumbed restrooms, tennis courts, and a softball field a short distance downhill. Parking is on street.
This attractive octagonal picnic shelter facing westward toward the mountains and surrounded by ornamental trees is the centerpiece of the park. The smaller reservable pavilion includes picnic tables and BBQ grills, with a play area, ballfield, gently rolling well-kept lawn area, drinking fountain, seasonal restroom, and off-street parking closeby. An enjoyable concrete loop trail circles the park.
This very large lakeside pavilion, located in the heart of City Park beside beautiful green soccer fields, features an incredible backdrop of foothill and mountain views. Spend the day exploring a multitude of nearby park amenities, including a farm-themed playground, skate park, Armed Forces Tribute Garden, disc golf, and creekside and lakeside trails connecting to Big Dry Creek . Nearby conveniences also include a drinking fountain, seasonal restroom, and ample off-street parking.
This beautiful lakeside pavilion tucked away from the activity of the playground is perfect for a smaller gathering seeking a little more privacy. Furnishings include smaller round picnic tables and BBQ grills in addition to an attractive fishing pier nearby that extends a short distance into the lake. This quiet location provides a wonderful opportunity to observe the natural ecosystem that includes many types of waterfowl, plants, and trees. A playground, basketball court, open lawn, and seasonal restroom are adjacent to the off-street parking location approximately 500-feet from the pavilion.
Nottingham Pavilion Red Section 10a-8p
Nottingham Pavilion West Section 10a-8p
Two large shelters with picnic tables and BBQ grills are tucked away within the canopy of mature trees at this neighborhood park. A fun and entirely ADA-accessible playground surrounded by well-kept lawn is beside the shelters, and a quiet creek can be found with minor exploration nearby. Other conveniences include a drinking fountain, seasonal restroom, and off-street parking.
The recently-expanded pavilion complete with newer tables, serving tables and BBQ grills is a modern interpretation of a rustic mountain lodge with its use of natural wood beams and stone accents. A play area nearby includes a real tractor as well as more modern play equipment, and is completely surrounded by open lawn area. Sand volleyball, access to Niver Canal Trail, seasonal restroom, and off-street parking round out the amenities at this location.
This very large pavilion surrounded by mature trees and attractive landscaping and facing westward toward the mountains over open lawn is ideal for a large gathering. The pavilion is complete with picnic tables, serving tables, BBQ grills, and drinking fountain. Other facilities including play area, fully plumbed restrooms, full basketball court, multi-use fields, and off-street parking provide all the amenities necessary for a fun and comfortable day at this park.
Occupying an entire city block directly across from City Hall, this park takes inspiration from landmarks of London England - real and imaginary � referencing Big Ben in the playstructure, the River Thames in the exciting water play features, and Peter Pan�s Neverland in the pirate cove. The large reservable pavilion with picnic tables a few steps away from the heart of activity faces onto the grassy amphitheater and doubles as a performance stage. Plenty of well-maintained open lawn throughout the park provides plenty of space for unstructured play. Other accommodations include two small non-reservable shelters, fully plumbed restrooms, drinking fountain, walking paths, and parking.
At the heart of the active play zone on the north end of this park is a set of two shelters complete with picnic tables, BBQ grills, drinking fountain, and seasonal restroom. The shelters overlook a large play area, tennis courts, basketball court, and a tributary to Little Dry Creek. Trails within the park connect to Little Dry Creek Trail, and off-street parking is available. Two softball/ baseball fields and additional off-street parking are located approximately 500-feet southward across the creek.
Wolff Run Pavilion East Shelter 10a-8p
Wolff Run Pavilion West Section 10a-8p
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