Directions To Park • Satellite Imagery of Alper’s Farm Park
From the intersection of W. Bowles Ave. and S. Oak St. proceed south on S. Oak St. for 2000-ft to the intersection of W. Fair Ave. This intersection is at the NW corner of the park.
Alper’s Farm, Powderhorn Filing #5, Stanton Farms Filing #3
Alper’s Farm Park is a non-irrigated neighborhood park with mowed native grasses and a playground including a play structure and surrounding concreted patio with two covered picnic tables and adjacent BBQ’s.
A playground and play structure, a patio around a portion of the playground with two covered picnic tables and BBQ’s.
No trails are within or pass through this neighborhood park. Interior sidewalks are present.
The Alper’s Farm Subdivision was developed by D. R. Horton – Continental Homes. The park was dedicated by Plat to Jefferson County and subsequently by Commissioner’s Deed to Foothills Park & Recreation District in April of 2004 to comply with the May 5, 1972 Senate Bill No. 35 “Land Use Act Pertaining to Subdivision in Colorado.” During 2006, a master plan was developed with input from the Alper’s Farm Homeowners Association. With a $50,000 donation from the developer and matching funds from the District, a first phase of development was constructed to include a playground, picnic shelter and park signage.