Directions To Park • Satellite Imagery of Weaver Hollow Park and Pool
From the intersection of S. Kipling Pkwy. and W. Quincy Ave. head west on W. Quincy Ave. 2 miles to Youngfield St., turn left on Youngfield St. to the park, located on the southeast corner of Youngfield St. and W. Stanford Ave. There is a parking lot available.
Friendly Hills, Harriman Park, Trappers Glen
The main feature of this park is the Weaver Hollow Pool. The park also features one tennis court, a skating court and playground. The Weaver Gulch Regional Trail runs through the park. The trail begins in Harriman Lake Park and heads west through the park. Leaving Harriman Lake Park, it runs adjacent to W. Quincy Ave. and the Lakehurst Village Subdivision before entering the Donkey Hill Greenbelt. The trail swings around the north side of Donkey Hill and crosses under S. Simms St through a dedicated box culvert. From here the trail parallels the Weaver Creek drainage and continues west to Weaver Hollow Park and Pool. From Weaver Hollow Park and Pool it continues west through Weaver Creek Park where the trail dead ends at Cole St. Trail head located at Harriman Lake Park. Weaver Hollow Park and Pool is another excellent starting point.
Outdoor pool, two multi-use fields, one unlighted tennis court, skating court and a playground.
The Weaver Gulch Regional Trail runs through the park.
Total trail distance from Harriman Lake Park to Cole St.: 2.35 miles.
Width/Trail Surface: 8’/Concrete
Difficulty Factor: Easy.
This park was dedicated under Senate Bill 35 requirements in 1980. Federal funding helped develop the original park parcel, which was initially called Harriman Park. The Weaver Gulch Regional Trail was also constructed in 1980 with funding assistance from Jefferson County Open Space. The Bowen Property, a 17 acre parcel, was leased to Foothills by Jefferson County Open Space in 1992. The Weaver Hollow Pool was constructed in 2001-02 on the Bowen parcel.