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Parks, Trails & Building Grounds

FAQs

If I have lost an item at one of the Douglas County parks or trails who should I call? Where would I pick up that item?

Please call the Douglas County Parks and Trails Office at 720-733-6990.

To pick up a lost item, please visit the the Parks, Trails and Building Grounds Office at 9651 S. Quebec St. in Highlands Ranch, CO 80130.

Who do I call if I have a Douglas County open space question?

Please call Douglas County Open Space at 303-660-7495.

Who do I call for questions regarding wildlife issues?

Direct wildlife issues to Colorado Parks and Wildlife at 303-291-7227.

Who would I call for reservations or information regarding Daniels Park?

Please call Denver Mountain Parks at 720-865-0900.

Is there anyone else in the area I can call to see if they have fields available for my team?

Try contacting one of the user groups.

What is the cost to rent a shelter?

The cost to rent a shelter for small groups and private events is $75.00.  Please visit Reservations and Fees for more information.

I have a disability and need to use an electric wheelchair for mobility. Am I allowed to use it at Douglas County parks and trails?

Yes, there are no restrictions for wheelchairs.