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E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park-City of Northglenn
E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park (West of 117th Ave. & Lincoln St. Northglenn, CO) - basketball courts, paths, pavilions and play areas - including the Don Anema Memorial Skatepark - surround Webster Lake, which is located in the middle of the park. Fishing, Pedal Boats, Skate Park
Centennial Center Park
Centennial Center Park - The 11-acre, award winning, Centennial Center Park is located on the north side of Arapahoe Rd., between S. Revere Pkwy. and S. Vaughn St., adjacent to the Centennial Civic Center. [Splash Pad: Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.]
City of Lakewood
O'KANE PARK - Lakewood - O'Kane Park has walking paths, pond, BBQ grills, tennis and basketball courts, a playground, restrooms, a parking lot and two reservable picnic shelters. Each of the picnic shelters is next to a playground and includes 10 tables and 2 grills, accommodating 80-100 people.
City of Lakewood, California - News Details
SAN MARTIN PARK was dedicated in 1957. It is affectionately known as "Pumpkin Park" because of the Cinderella-style pumpkin carriages in the playground area. The park was named after Jose San Martin, a soldier, statesman and the national hero of Argentina and Chile.
Dr. Martens Global
DISCOVERY PARK - Completed in 2006, this park was named in a city-wide contest. The equipment includes a dinosaur climbing structure, an enormous brass tortoise, a digging pit complete with dinosaur bones to "discover", a climbing wall, and a grass maze. This is a GREAT park for the younger set.
BELLEVIEW PARK - Pirates Cove, Children’s Farm enjoy a ride on the Miniature Train, play by the creek or on the playground equipment, ride your bikes along the bike paths, and cool off with some concessions sold at the farm.
WESTLANDS PARK featured in 5280 Magazine as the Editor's choice as the Top Playground destination in the metro area. The Westlands playground includes three play areas sized for toddlers to teens. There are two large climbing structures which satisfy both the technical climber as well as the inexperienced child. In addition to the main play area, there are three multi-use playing fields, an in-line hockey rink, a natural water sculpture, a pond and a hike/bike trail.