Directions To Park • Satellite Imagery of Columbine Hills Park
From the intersection of W. Ken Caryl Ave. and S. Pierce St., head south on S. Pierce St. to W. Elmhurst Ave. Turn left on W. Elmhurst Ave. 1/3 mile to the park, located at the intersection of W. Elmhurst Ave. and S. Kendall Blvd. Parking lot available.
Columbine Hills, Millbrook Townhomes
This park features multi-use athletic fields and baseball fields and plenty of open play areas. The Massey Draw Regional Trail runs through the park adjacent to the SJCD South drainage. A large picnic shelter is located at the west end of the park next to the tennis court. Restrooms and concession stand are available only during sports association athletic events.
3 baseball fields, four multi-use fields, full court basketball court, playground and picnic shelter.
The trail begins at The Columbine Trail, a regional trail that parallels S. Platte Canyon Dr. from W. Bowles Ave. south to Chatfield State Park. From the Columbine Trail, the Massey Draw Regional Trail heads west through Columbine Hills Park, Columbine Sports Park, and Wayside Meadows Park and ends at S. Wadsworth Blvd. The trail parallels the SJCD South drainage the entire distance. There are no designated trailheads but the parking lot at Columbine Hills Park is an excellent starting point. The Massey Draw Regional Trail runs through the park.
Total trail distance from The Columbine Trail to S. Wadsworth Blvd. 1.64 miles.
Width/Trail Surface 8’/Concrete
Difficulty Factor Easy
Columbine Hills is one of the oldest Foothills parks. It was acquired in 4 separate parcels beginning in 1962. For the first 10 years park development was accomplished through a cooperative effort between Foothills and the Homeowners Association. A community center used to be part of the park. It housed a day care facility until it was sold in 1998. The Massey Draw Regional Trail was originally constructed in 1980 with funding assistance from Jefferson County Open Space.