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Best Hiking Trails in Centennial

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Centennial, Colorado. They face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve the best!

PARKER JORDAN CENTENNIAL OPEN SPACE

16450 East Broncos Boulevard, Centennial, CO 80016

Since 2010

Beach, Dogs on Leash, Nature Trips, Wild Flowers, Bike Rides, Trees, Walking, Birding, Wildlife, Mountain Biking & Trail Running

The 40-mile cherry creek regional trail which extends from downtown Denver to Castlewood canyon state park in Douglas county ● This open space, together with the Cherry Creek Valley Ecological Park and 17-Mile Park, form a regionally significant network of natural areas where the public can enjoy the Cherry Creek eco-system and natural history

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CHERRY CREEK VALLEY ECOLOGICAL PARK

7500 South Jasper Court, Centennial, CO 80112

Wildlife, Fruit Trees, Biking, Jogging, Dog Walking, Picnicking, Creek, Ducks, Little Waterfall, Bridges, Rocks, Soccer Fields, Jump Across, Park Benches, Gazebo, Outdoor Classroom, Parking, Restrooms & Trail Access

The natural riparian area right in the middle of town and learn about the native plant and wildlife species that thrive in this educational nature preserve along the Cherry Creek Regional Trail ● The park gives the visitor a glimpse of local natural and cultural history ● In an effort to protect water quality and wildlife, dogs must be on a leash

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Mon - Sun 6:00 am -10:00 pm

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BLUFFS REGIONAL PARK

10099 Crooked Stick Trail, Lone Tree, Centennial, CO 80124

Wild Flowers, Dogs On-Leash, Walking, Running, Equestrian Users, Bicyclists, Restroom Facilities, Accessible, Horse/Equestrian Trail, Bicycling, Playground, Picnic, Camping, Wildlife & Birding

253-acre regional park ● 2.7-mile loop (3.5 miles including the feeder trails and overlooks) ● Restroom and picnic shelter at the trailhead ● Parking for 3 horse trailers, 3 hitch rails, asphalt surface parking lot- 4.3 miles from downtown to Centennial

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