Alper’s Farm Park is a neighborhood park with a bluegrass field and mowed native grasses and a playground including a play structure and surrounding concreted patio with two covered picnic tables and adjacent barbeques.
A playground and play structure, a patio around a portion of the playground with two covered picnic tables and barbeques, half-court basketball court and yard game area with corn hole.
No trails, a sidewalk cuts through the park from S. Moore St. to W. Fair Ave.
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.
Directions To 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