Directions To Park • Satellite Imagery of Easton Regional Park
From the intersection of S. Simms St. and W. Coal Mine Ave., head west on W. Coal Mine Ave. 1 mile (past S. Ward St.) to the park entrance on the north side of W. Coal Mine Ave. Parking lot available.
Summit Ridge, Waters Edge, West Meadows, Powderhorn
This park is divided into 3 main areas. The athletic field complex features 8 multi-use fields. Three baseball/softball fields will be constructed in a future phase. Hine Lake is a 38 surface acre lake open to fishing. There is a fishing pier on the south side of Hine Lake. The original park features a playground, 2 tennis courts, volleyball court and basketball court.
9 Multi-use fields, a softball field and the Colorado Rockies Baseball Field, 2 unlighted tennis courts, full court basketball court, playground, volleyball court, picnic shelter and horseshoe pits.
The Hine Lake Loop Trail offers great bird watching and prairie vistas. Half the loop trail is 6-8 ‘ wide concrete surface. The other half is a 10’ wide granite sand surface. There are other trails and sidewalks available at the park.
Hine Lake Loop Trail Distance: 1.06 mi. (5,619’)
Width / Trail Surface: 6-10’ / Concrete 10’ Granite Sand
Difficulty Factor: Easy
Hine Lake is a 38 surface acre, irrigation ditch fed lake. Average depth 20’ – 25’. Note special bass fishing bag limits for the lake. All other Colorado Division of Wildlife Fishing regulations apply. Fish habitat structures sunk throughout the lake in the late 1990’s have enhanced fish populations. Bass, bluegill, green sunfish, and perch can be caught at Hine Lake. Swimming, boating, wading, belly boats, and ice fishing are prohibited.
The original park was built by the developer of the Waters Edge subdivision. It was dedicated to Foothills in the late 1980’s. Jefferson County Open Space purchased the remainder of the park in 1992 and leased it to Foothills. It is interesting to note that the park was originally zoned for single family homes prior to the Open Space purchase.
Easton Regional Park is named after former Executive Director Robert Easton, a 31 year employee of the District who served as Executive Director from 1994 through 2007. The park was named after him in 2004 by resolution of the Board of Directors. Easton was instrumental in the initial acquisition of the property and securing funding for park development as well as funding for the facilities Peak Community & Wellness Center, Ridge Recreation Center and Edge Ice Arena.