Sunrise Creek Park

S. Simms St. & W. Progress Pl., Littleton, CO 80127

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Park Description
This park is a combination of irrigated bluegrass developed park and non-irrigated native grass greenbelts. Raccoon Creek runs through the park and greenbelts providing cattail wetlands along the margin.  The trail system meanders through the main park and greenbelts.

Park Amenities
Playground, 2 covered picnic tables, a few park benches along the trails

Distance:   .92 mi. (4,900′)
Width/Trail Surface:   8’/Concrete
Difficulty Factor:   Easy

Park History
The main park and greenbelts were dedicated to Foothills as part of Senate Bill 35 land dedication requirements for the Sunrise Creek Subdivision. The developer built the playground, bluegrass turf and irrigation system at the main park and also built the trails. The parcels of land were dedicated to Foothills beginning in 1997 through 1999.

Directions To Park
From the intersection of S. Simms St. and W. Belleview Ave., head south on Simms a few blocks to W. Progress Pl. The park is located on the southeast corner of S. Simms St. and W. Progress Pl. There is no parking lot and we suggest parking on W. Progress Pl. at the park frontage.

Adjacent Subdivisions
Sunrise Creek, County West, Trappers Pond, Foothill Green, Montgomery Acres

Sidewalk view leading to the playground after a fresh snowfall
A playground with two slides, climbing apparatuses, swings and a park shelter and table with green grass and mountains in the background