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Parks in Cheyenne ... Enjoy while the Summer Months are Still Here

Old Number 4004 - World's Largest Steam Locomotive on display at Holliday ParkBeautiful scenery, great trails and fun in the sun; that's what the parks of Cheyenne are all about!  As the summer begins to wind down with August approaching us, take time to enjoy the wonderful parks of Cheyenne.  The city is home to 9 parks open to the public all year round.  Some with great facilities and others with great sports courts.  Find one near to home or one you've never been to.  Either way, an afternoon in a park is a great way to enjoy a summer day!

Absarraca Park:  Located N.W. of Carey at Kennedy Road, this park features boating, fishing, pond, picnic facilities, restrooms and a dump station.

Brimmer Park:  Located at Perhing Blvd at Windmill Road, this park features picnic facilities, play ares, concessions, softball field, restrooms, and a skate park.

Holliday Park:  Located at 19th Street at Morrie Avenue, this park features an art center, basketball courts, bike path, horse shoes, pond, picnic facilities, play areas, rental shelter, restrooms, four tennis courts and volleyball courts.  Park also features Old Number 4004, the world's largest steam locomotive.

Lions Park:  Located at Carey Avenue at 8th Avenue, this park features a beach, bike paths, boating and boat rentals, botanical garden, concessions, fishing, fitness trails, mini golf, picnic facilities and more.

Mylar Park:  Located at Seminole Road at Mylar Park, this park features a bike path, fishing, horse shoes, a pond, picnic facilities, play area, rental shelter, grills and frisbee golf.

North Park:  Located at Mynear Street at Ridge Road, this park features picnic facilities, play area, eight soccer fields, tree farm, archery ranges, restroom and concessions.

Pioneer Park:  Located at 1331 Talbot Court, this park features baseball fields, basketball courts, concessions, picnic facilities, play area, recreation building, tennis courts and restrooms.

South Park:  Located on Parsley Blvd, this park features softball fields, picnic facility, youth activity center and frisbee golf.

The following parks have shelters available for rental between May 1 and September 30 for $20/hour:

  • Holliday Park
  • Lions Park North Shelter
  • Lions Park Gazebo
  • Mylar Park
  • Pointe Park
  • Holliday Park West Picnic Shelter
  • Sun Valley Picnic Shelter (located along 12th Street near Centennial)

Shelters are great for family reunions, graduation parties and group get togethers.  Contact the Parks Department at 307.637.6429 to reserve a shelter.


Published Wednesday, July 28, 2010 6:26 PM by Joe Prunty

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