6357 S. Estes St., Littleton, CO 80123
Park Hours: 5 a.m. - 11 p.m. • See Park Rules for full details.
Directions To Park
From the intersection of S. Wadsworth Blvd. and W. Coal Mine Ave., head north on S. Wadsworth Blvd. to W. Peakview Dr.,
turn left on W. Peakview Dr. to S. Estes St., turn right on Estes to the park located on the west side of S. Estes St.
There is no parking lot and we suggest parking is on S. Estes St., or in the school parking lot when school
is not in session.
Woodmar Village, Kipling Villas
This park is a small irrigated bluegrass neighborhood park located next to Chief Colorow Elementary School.
The Lilley Gulch drainage separates the park from the elementary school. Lilley Gulch Regional Trail runs through the park,
parallel to the drainage
Satellite Imagery of Chief Colorow Park
Playground and a volleyball court.
The Lilley Gulch Regional Trail runs through the park.
Total distance from Pierce St. to Kipling Parkway: 2.19 Miles.
Width/Trail Surface: 8’/Concrete
Difficulty Factor: Easy
The trail begins at S. Pierce St. and heads west through Woodmar Square Park, Lilley
Pad Park, Chief Colorow Park, and the Lilley Gulch Recreation Center and ends at S. Kipling Pkwy. No dedicated trailheads,
but the Lilley Gulch Recreation Center is an ideal starting point.
According to District history files, Wood Brothers, the developer of the Woodmar Village Subdivision, provided initial grading
and paid for the playground equipment. Around 1974 when the Woodmar Village Subdivision was included in the District,
Foothills staff installed the playground and volleyball court. The first parcel of land for the park was not deeded to
Foothills until 1979. Also in 1979, Foothills traded approximately 10 acres of land that Foothills owned at Chief Colorow Park
for 10 acres R-1 School District owned at Lilley Gulch. The 10 acres Foothills owned at Chief Colorow Park became part of
Chief Colorow Elementary School, and the 10 acres Foothills accepted at Lilley Gulch became the athletic fields. Originally,
the park was called Woodmar Village Park.