Poudre River Whitewater Park Remains Closed to Public
The Poudre River Whitewater Park will remain closed due to safety hazards during construction. Trespassing is prohibited from College Avenue to the BNSF railroad bridge in the fenced-off worksite, along riverbanks, and on the river. Construction is on track to be complete late Summer 2019.
City Park Tomorrow Exhibit at Fort Collins Senior Center
In April 2019, the Park Planning and Development Department debuted City Park Tomorrow at the Carnegie Center for Creativity. Now, a simplified version of the City Park Tomorrow exhibit is moving to the Fort Collins Senior Center (1200 Raintree Dr) where it will be on display May 9-30. Visitors are invited to take a self-guided tour and provide feedback.
Eastside Park Improvements
Eastside Park is located near the intersection of Riverside Ave. and Lemay Ave. Improvements to the park are being discussed.
Crescent Park is a seven-acre park featuring an inearthed restroom, basketball court, play area and gathering spaces.
Poudre River Whitewater Park
Located just north of Old Town, kayakers, tubers and kids of all ages will be able to enjoy the Poudre River and all it has to offer.
Sugar Beet Park
Sugar Beet Park is a new neighborhood park planned near the intersection of Vine Drive and Lemay Avenue at the former site of the Great Western Sugar Company.
Trail Head Park
This 5.6-acre neighborhood park will be located in the northwest corner of East Vine Drive and I-25, in the Trail Head neighborhood subdivision.
City Park Tomorrow
Design efforts for improvements to City Park will continue into 2019.