Daniels Park is 1,000 acres in size and the only Denver Mountain Park in Douglas County. The park is characterized by its unique sandstone ridge setting, historic ranch, bison herd, and spectacular view of the Front Range. For more information, please contact the Denver Mountain Parks Office at 720-865-0900.
Daniels Park Road Improvements
Daniels Park Road to close for work October 23, 2017 through the end of the year
Improvements to Daniels Park Road are scheduled to begin the week of Oct. 23. A portion of the existing stretch of gravel, east of Daniels Park, between Griggs Road and Castle Pines Parkway, will be closed for the remainder of the year. Motorists will be redirected to Monarch Boulevard during this closure. Daniels Park Road will reopen at the end of 2017 as a gravel road with a new alignment. The road will be closed again Spring of 2018 for paving operations.
A public open house was held May 2, documents presented at the meeting are available below:
Douglas County and Denver Parks & Recreation staff will present the Daniels Park Improvements – Phase 2, including new trails, parking areas and roadway improvements that will enhance not only the user experience of Daniels Park but improve the interface between park users and the traveling public. The improvements are planned to be constructed over the next two years and are part of the approved Master Plan to improve the operation and management of Daniels Park.
To view a summary of the history of Daniels Park Improvements click here.
For further information or any questions please email Sean P. Owens, P.E., Special Projects Manager, at email@example.com.
Daniels Park Master Plan
A jewel in the crown of the Denver Mountain Parks System in Douglas County is receiving some well-deserved tender loving care through a proposed Master Plan for the historical park that represents collaborative efforts between two local governments and surrounding neighbors who share a mutual desire for Park improvements.
Denver Parks and Recreation and Douglas County have worked diligently for several years to create the Daniels Park Master Plan. The park has attracted regional users for decades who now are joined on a regular basis by the neighbors living adjacent to the park. The Master Plan and first phase road improvements were funded by Douglas County and were substantially completed in April, 2009.
Phase 2, from Castle Pines Parkway to Griggs Road will begin final design and construction when funding is available.