Park Amenities

Tennis & Pickleball Courts

Pickleball Courts

Download map of existing and proposed pickleball courts(PDF, 1MB)

Outdoor pickleball courts are located at:

  • Bear Valley Park
  • Congress Park*
  • Eisenhower Park*
  • Huston Lake Park
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Park
  • Northfield Athletic Complex
  • Skyland Park

*Due to noise considerations of nearby neighbors, pickleball play at Congress Park and Eisenhower Park is allowed between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. only. 

Tennis Courts 

Denver Parks & Recreation maintains tennis courts at 30 park locations, 13 of which have lights. Court lights are operational from 5:00-11:00 p.m. from March through October, however, locations marked below with an asterisk (*) have court lights operational throughout the winter (November through February) from 4:00-9:00 p.m.  Lighted tennis courts are located at:

  • Bear Valley Park 
  • Berkeley Lake Park
  • Bible Park *
  • City Park *
  • Congress Park
  • Garland Park
  • Greenway Park
  • Henry S Lindsley Park
  • Lowry Sports Complex
  • Parkfield*
  • Rosamond Park
  • Sloan’s Lake Park (north courts)
  • Washington Park *


Drinking fountains are activated in early May and kept on until early October. Decorative and interactive play fountains are turned on in late May, usually around Memorial Day, once the threat of frost has passed. Interactive play fountains operate daily from 11:00am – 7:00pm.

Interactive play fountain locations:

  • Argo Park – associated with pool
  • Barnum Park– associated with pool
  • Central Park
  • City Park: H2O Odyssey
  • Cuatro Vientos Park
  • Bear Creek Park
  • Parkfield Park
  • Westwood Park

Skate Parks

Areas designated for skateboarding can be found at the following parks:

  • Elyria
  • Parkfield
  • Town Center
  • Greenway
  • Denver Skate Park

Slackline Course

A slackline course with varying degrees of difficulty is located at Harvard Gulch Park (between recreation center and golf course).

Disc Golf

Disc Golf courses are located at:

  • 42nd & Libson Park
  • Paco Sanchez Park

Maintenance Information

Snow Removal

Off-Street Bicycle Trails
Denver Parks and Recreation maintains the City’s network of off-street bicycle trails. Any snow accumulation on a trail greater than one inch will be plowed to the channel side (or down slope side) within 12-hours after the end of a snow fall event.  Snow that can’t be accessed by machine will be removed manually. Ice accumulation on the trail will be treated with environmentally safe chemical products.

Snow Removal on Park Property/Other Public Property
Denver Parks and Recreation performs snow removal on park property and select sidewalks, such as bridges and underpasses. Snow is also removed from recreation center locations.