Williamsburg I Park

W. Ken Caryl Ave. & S. Kipling Pkwy., Littleton, CO 80128

View the Park Rules for park hours, rules and policies.

Park Description
This park consists of 3 separate areas. A greenbelt area is located along the south side of W. Ken Caryl Ave., just west of S. Kipling Pkwy. A north/south greenbelt separates the Williamsburg I Subdivision from Ken Caryl Ranch, and a small playground is located at S. Kipling Pkwy and W. Ken Caryl Ave. From the intersection you can see the playground behind the 8’ tall cedar fence.  The trail runs through the north south greenbelt from Ken Caryl Ave. south to Kipling Parkway. Access the trail from the sidewalk on the south side of Ken Caryl Ave., or look for the trail as it crosses Spread Eagle Mt. Rd. From the south, the trail can be accessed from the Kipling Parkway Trail on the west side of Kipling, just north of Ken Caryl Ranch’s neighborhood park.

Park Amenities

Distance:   .63 mi. (3,350’)
Width/Trail Surface:   5’/Concrete
Difficulty Factor:   Easy

Park History
The park and greenbelt were dedicated to Foothills in 1984. The Parks Department shares maintenance responsibility for the greenbelt portion of this park with Ken Caryl Ranch.

Directions To Park
Directions to the playground, which is located at the southwest corner of S. Kipling Pkwy and W. Ken Caryl Ave. From the intersection of S. Kipling Pkwy and W. Ken Caryl Ave., head west on W. Ken Caryl Ave. 1/3 mile to the stoplight at Continental Divide Rd. Turn left on Continental Divide Rd. one block to Sangre De Cristo Rd. Turn left on Sangre De Cristo Rd. one block to Spread Eagle Mt. Rd. Turn left on Spread Eagle and travel to Laurel Pl. Turn left on Laurel Pl. to Ken Caryl Dr. Turn left on Ken Caryl Dr. one block to the park. There is no parking lot and we suggest parking along the park frontage on Ken Caryl Dr.

Adjacent Subdivisions
Williamsburg I, Ken Caryl Ranch

A small playground with slides, climbing apparatuses, and swings with green grass and flowering trees
A cement trail with grass and trees on both sides of the trail