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  • Parks and Trails

     
    Get out and enjoy the Jefferson County Open Space System Adobe PDF Icon, which covers more than 53,000 acres, includes 28 regional parks and boasts a trail system that spans 227 miles. Access maps, trail mileage, history and recreation options on our park pages.

  • Park Conditions

    For the most recent updates on trail conditions, please follow us on Twitter External Link Icon. Parks and trails across the system were damaged from mid-September 2013 storms and flooding. 

    Notice Icon 40x40PARTIALLY OPEN PARK
    Trails in the northeast section of the park, accessible from the east trailhead at Heritage Square, have opened. See Apex Park - Phase 1 Map.

    Notice Icon 40x40CLOSED TRAILS
    White Ranch Park: Mustang and Wranglers Run Trails closed due to flood damage. See White Ranch Park Trail Closure Map. Adobe PDF Icon 

    Alderfer/Three Sisters Park: Wild Iris Loop from Buffalo Creek Road to juncture with Evergreen Mountain West due to flood damage. See Alderfer/Three Sisters Park Trail Closure Map. Adobe PDF Icon

    Lair o' the Bear Park: Dipper Bridge closed due to flood damage. See Bridge Closure Map. Adobe PDF Icon

    North Table Mountain Park: Section of Mesa Top Trail closed due to flood damage. Rim Rock Trail closed for seasonal raptor nesting. See North Table Mountain Park Closure Map. Adobe PDF Icon

    Clear Creek Canyon Park: Clear Creek Trail in Grant Terry Park

    MODERATE FLOOD DAMAGE
    South Valley Park: Lyons Back Trail