Directions To Park • Satellite Imagery of Governor James B. Grant Park
From the intersection of S. Kipling Pkwy and W. Belleview Ave. head east to S. Field St. Turn right, on S. Field St to the park. The park is south of Governor’s Ranch Elementary School on the east side of S. Field St. No parking lot and we suggest parking on Field St., or in the school lot, when school is not in session.
Governors Ranch, Governors Estates, The Meadows at Columbine Apts.
This is an irrigated bluegrass park. Raccoon Creek separates the park from Governor’s Ranch Elementary School and also divides the park in half. A pedestrian bridge over Raccoon Creek provides access to both halves of the park.
Playground, 2 covered picnic tables, and a multiuse field.
Combined with the asphalt sidewalks at Governor’s Ranch Elementary, and the asphalt trail on the west side of S. Field St., there is more than a mile of trails in the immediate area.
Distance: .62 mi. (3,140’)
Width/Trail Surface: 8’/Concrete & Asphalt
Difficulty Factor: Easy
This park was acquired in 1983. Foothills signed a Joint Use Agreement with R-1 Schools in 1983 to allow Foothills to develop a portion of the school site north of Raccoon Creek. When Governor’s Ranch Elementary was built a few years later, R-1 reimbursed Foothills for park and athletic field development on the school parcel. Foothills completed the park development south of the creek in 1986. The park is named after former Governor James Grant who owned the property until the mid 1960’s.