Best Public Parks in Colorado Springs

Expert recommended Top 3 Public Parks in Colorado Springs, Colorado. All of our public parks face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!


3344-3376 Paseo Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80909 Directions

Since 1899

Palmer Park is the most fabulous park in the center of Colorado Springs with the incredible views of pikes peak and the foothills. It has horse riders, fitness areas, beach volleyball, climbs, and a unique place of wilderness in the middle of town. Palmer Park provides a fenced-in off-leash area is a converted baseball field, seating, water dispenser in the summer, biking trails, free parking, and horseback riding trails. The park has picnic areas, including some large groups with reservation shelters-Lazyland, Meadows, Youth Camp, and Council Grounds are there.

Open Space, Walking Trails, Jogging, Playgrounds, Shelters, Slides, Gardens, Hiking, Dog Parking, Swings, Mountains, Stone Benches, Baseball, Basketball, Cycling, Green Areas, Ponds, Hills, Kids Ground, Playing Equipment, Bike Riding & Historical Monuments


Mon - Fri 9:30 am - 6:00 pm
Sat & Sun Closed

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1605 East Pikes Peak Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80910 Directions

Since 1977

Memorial Park is a multi-use park in Colorado Springs, Colorado. It has a wide range of sports facilities, including an indoor and outdoor pool, trails, a recreation center, and Prospect Lake. Memorial Park Skate Park is Colorado's second-largest skate park at 40,000 square feet. The park has an aquatic center, the bicycle velodrome, an ice skating center, basketball courts, sand volleyball, and many multi-use sports fields. Memorial Park provides 1.25 miles for prospect lake fitness trail, 6 miles for criterium trail. Wheelchair access is available.

Fishing, Geese, Restrooms, Volleyball, Playgrounds, Ponds, Monuments, Open Space, Event Conducting, Lake, Statues, Gardens, Waterfalls, Walking Trails, Stone Benches, Picnic Shelters and Tables, Sports Areas, Slides, Trees, Fountains, Jogging & Skating


Mon - Sun 5:00 am - 11:00 pm

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126 Cimino Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80903 Directions

Since 1992

'America the Beautiful Park' is located in Colorado Springs and is the perfect spot for an event, picnic. The park includes hammocks, spinner bowls, and turntables that will offer "out of this world" fun for all who come to enjoy. There are interactive pieces of art called Quirks, which inhabit one side of the playground. 'America the Beautiful Park' provides fountain, horseback riding trails, interpretive signage, and pavilions.

Kids Ground, Playing Equipment, Biking, Open Space, Statues, Walking Trails, Shelters, Playground, Tables, Event Conducting, Restrooms, Stone Benches, Slides, Waterfalls, Aquatic Centre, Fountains, Dog Parking, Pavilions, Fountain, Gardens, Monuments & Ponds


Mon - Sun 5:00 am - 9:00 pm

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