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Cherry Creek Regional Trail

Cherry Creek Regional Trail Information 

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  • Parallels Cherry Creek and will eventually connect Cherry Creek State Park to the north and Castlewood Canyon State Park to the south
  • Connects parks and open space properties, as well as Parker, Centennial and Franktown
  • This trail is a part of the Colorado Front Range Trail
  • Enjoy cottonwoods, willows and grasslands along the trail

Trail Rating:

  • Easy and accessible
  • Gravel detours on roadways and livestock gates are minor obstacles

Trail Length:
Approximately 17 miles (will be a total of 24 miles once completed)

Trail Surface:

  • Finished portions have 8-foot-wide concrete surfaces
  • Some detour connections are gravel (approximately 1.5 miles of gravel)

Multi-use: bicyclists, dogs on-leash, equestrian users, hikers (no gas powered motors allowed)


  • Restrooms, picnic shelters at trailheads and parks
  • Horse trailer parking available at N. Pinery Trailhead for 3 trailers, hitch rails, dirt surface parking lot

Throughout Douglas County 


  • Douglas County Parks and Trails at 720-733-6990
  • Within the Town of Parker, contact Parker Parks and Open Space at 303-841-0353