Popular Activities In and Around Parker

Turkey Day 5K FUN Run/Walk – Join your fellow Parker citizens in starting the holidays on a healthy note by participating in the Turkey Day 5k run/walk.  This is a fun family event that can include the young, the young at heart, 4 legged leashed friend, strollers, etc.

Parker Fieldhouse – The Parker Fieldhouse offers 100,000 square feet of action and excitement! Sports turf, batting cages, gymnasiums, inline rink with Sport Court flooring, climbing wall, elevated track, fitness loft and an indoor playground make this building popular with sports enthusiasts of every age and ability level. Many of Parker Recreation’s youth and adult sports leagues take place at the Fieldhouse.

PRO Sports Fan Skate Night – One Saturday a month the Parker Fieldhouse has Family Skate Night and Teen Skate Night.  This is a great event for skaters of all ages or teens who are looking for something to do on a Saturday night.

O’Brien Park – Waterpark – H2O’Brien Outdoor Pool features two 182′ water slides, a waterworks play structure, a spray garden, sprays and geysers, a circulation and lap pool, a concession area and a shade pavilion. Individuals of all ages will enjoy this spectacular pool!

Salisbury Equestrian Park  – Located along Motsenbocker Road just north of the Town’s Public Works Department, this park serves Parker’s equestrian community, as well as a variety of youth and adult sports leagues. Thirty acres of the park are undeveloped open space. Youth baseball fields sponsored by the Colorado Rockies are located on the north side of this park. Salisbury’s playground encourages creative play, with a non-traditional modern design that appeals to big and little kids alike.

Railbender Skate & Tennis Park – Railbender Park amenities include a 36,000 square foot lighted skate park, which features street / plaza and bowl / transition features, plus two beginner bowls.  The park also features six lighted tennis courts, a children’s playground, three picnic shelters, a public art display and a trailhead for the Cherry Creek Regional Trail.


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