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Jennifer Martin
Business Support Supervisor

Miller Activity Complex
1375 W. Plum Creek Parkway
Castle Rock, CO  80104

Ph: 303-814-7444
Ph: 720-733-2260
Fax: 303-660-2022

Parks Administration Hours
Monday - Friday
7 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Parks Maintenance Hours
6:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Some of the Town’s most beautiful and prominent features are its open spaces, parks and trails. Castle Rock boasts: 5,781 acres of open space, (The Town owns nearly half, 2,728 acres. Private open space makes up 1,688 acres, and Douglas County open space makes up about 1,365 acres); 20 developed parks, (about 316 acres); and 41 miles of soft-surface and 32 miles of paved trails. The Town is always seeking ways to increase available outdoor activities, including the new Philip S. Miller Park. Parks, open space and trails are part of the Parks and Recreation Department, which also oversees Recreation.

2012 National Gold Medal Winner
This award honors communities nationwide that demonstrate excellence in long-range planning, resource management and agency recognition. Each agency is judged on its ability to address the needs of those it serves through the collective energies of citizens, staff and elected officials. Watch the video the Parks and Recreation Department submitted as part of  competition on the Town's Facebook page.

The Parks, Open Space and Trails Division strives to:
  • Provide outdoor spaces that encourage and facilitate community recreation and celebration
  • Establish natural buffers between Castle Rock and adjacent areas of Douglas County
  • Create a linked municipal trails system that connects the community's neighborhoods with each other and with the county and regional trails systems

Castle Rock, CO
100 N. Wilcox St.
Castle Rock, CO 80104
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