This park is located adjacent to Coronado Elementary School. Coronado Park is a mix of developed bluegrass park and undeveloped native areas. A creek (SJCD South) runs through the main park offering wetlands and wildlife habitat adjacent to the park amenities. The North Tributary of SJCD South runs through the extreme north end of the park.
Playground, 2 acres of irrigated bluegrass for open play, one unlighted tennis court, a combination concrete skating court and full court basketball court and 2 picnic shelters.
An extensive trail system in the main park and outlying greenbelts. The trail is mostly easy however, there are a few short stretches of steep grades that exceed 8% slope that could be considered moderate by some users.
Distance: 1.73 mi. (9,140’)
Width/Trail Surface: 8’/Concrete
Difficulty Factor: Easy – Moderate
This park was originally called Columbine Knolls South II Undeveloped Park. The HOA began developing a master plan for the park in 1988. The first phases of the trails system were initiated in the early 1990’s. By 2001 the entire trails system was renovated to an 8’ wide concrete surface.
Directions To Park
From the intersection of S. Wadsworth Blvd. and W. Chatfield Ave. head west on W. Chatfield Ave. to S. Carr St., turn right on S. Carr St. to W. Nichols Ave. Turn right on W. Nichols Ave. to the park entrance located on the north side of Nichols. Note: the Nichols entry is narrow and easily missed. Alternate access is located on S. Carr St., north of Coronado Elementary School. There is no parking lot and we suggest parking on W. Nichols Ave., in front of the park entry, or in the Coronado Elementary School lot when school is not in session.
Columbine Knolls South II, Fairview Heights, The Meadows at Columbine Apts.