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Recreational Amenities & Areas


Archery Range

The range is located on the southwest side of Interstate-25 and East Prospect Rd., at the south end of the frontage road, past the weigh station.

The range features two practice ranges at marked yardages and an unmarked fourteen target field range which runs along the Poudre River. Tournaments are allowed by permit, but the practice ranges are open to the public at all times. Restrooms, picnic tables, and shelter are available.

Learn more about the Fort Collins Archery Association.

Open Hours
The range is open to the public year-round.

Daily Pass: $5
Yearly Pass: $35

Archery Range Safety & Etiquette

BMX Racetrack

The local BMX racetrack is located at Twin Silo Park located south of Fossil Ridge High School, off Ziegler Road and Sabercat Drive.

The racetrack provides local BMX racers the opportunity to race on a professionally designed track. The track is larger and incorporates additional safety features. A variety of events, activities, and races are planned throughout the summer. When the racetrack is not being utilized for BMX racing or practices it will be open to the public.

For information on the race track visit Epic BMX or call 970.206.1355.

Disc Golf

Edora Disc Golf Course

The disc golf course at Edora Park is located at 1420 E. Stuart St.
A course map is located at the kiosk on hole one which is just north of the horseshoe pits.

Aggie Greens Disc Golf Course

The Aggie Greens 18-hole disc golf course is located at Hughes Stadium. 
Course Rules & Regulations

Horseshoe Pits

Horseshoe pits are available at various parks throughout Fort Collins, including: 

  • Edora Park

Organized league play is available at Edora Park through the Fort Collins Horseshoe Club.

Skate Parks

Heritage Skate Park

Located at 112 East Willow Street, just north of Northside Aztlan Community Center. The skate park was opened to the public in 2008, and features a combination of transition and street obstacles as well as a smaller version of the "China Bank." This amenity was partially funded by Great Outdoors Colorado.

The park is free to the public and open year-round.

Edora Skate Park

Located between the Edora Pool Ice Center (EPIC) and the ballfields and tennis courts at Edora Park.

The Edora Skate Park opened to the public in 2001. The 17,500-square-foot concrete facility boasts snake runs, bowls, ramps, and rails. The skate park was made possible through funding from the 1996 Building Community Choices ballot, Great Outdoors Colorado, the Larimer County Juvenile Probation Department's community cookbook project, and public and private contributions.

The park is free to the public and open year-round.

Fossil Creek Skate Park

Located near the front of Fossil Creek Community Park between the parking lots and playground.

The skate park opened to the public in 2003. The park offers a 15,000 square-foot urban obstacle course with a variety of steps and ramps grind rails, ramps, and various platforms. This amenity was partially funded by Great Outdoors Colorado.

The park is free to the public and open year-round.

Spring Canyon Skate Park

The skate park at Spring Canyon has a California-style swimming pool with some vertical features and a large flat skating area with art-style skate features. This amenity was partially funded by Great Outdoors Colorado.

The park is free to the public and open year-round.

Sport Courts & Fitness Courses

Parks in Fort Collins also features many recreational amenities for all to enjoy.

  • 33 lighted tennis courts; 14 unlighted tennis court; 
  • 41 pickleball courts at 13 parks;
  • 34 basketball courts;
  • 7 volleyball courts;
  • fitness courses located at City Park, Golden Meadows, Rossborough and Lee Martinez.
  • Multi-use courts do require the user to provide their own equipment, including free-standing nets.

To find what Parks offer these, and other amenities, go to Park Maps and use the filter feature.

Water Features

The City of Fort Collins has three interactive water features for kids of all ages to enjoy.

The water features located at Spring Canyon Park, Fossil Creek Park and Oak Street Plaza Park are open and free to the public every day in the summer from Memorial Day through Labor Day. They are all closed through the winter.

Oak Street Plaza

Hours during open season 10 a.m.-10 p.m. 

Oak Street Plaza Park is located in downtown Fort Collins. It is a hardscape, cobblestone area with cafe tables and chairs where people can sit to enjoy a break from shopping or to sit and chat with their friends. In the summer, it's also a fun spot for families to enjoy, as the kids laugh with delight trying to catch the water as it jumps from the sculpted "rocks" or sprits in the air from the cobblestone. Art in Public Places worked with an artist who created the sculpted "rocks."

Spring Canyon Park

Hours during open season 9 a.m.-7 p.m. 

Spring Canyon Park located in southwest Fort Collins at 2626 W. Horsetooth Rd. The park features inspiration playground which is an adaptive playground and is one of the most popular playgrounds. The water feature is next to the playground and is activated by three black touch sensors that are located on the floor of the splash pad, sending water jumping from spot to spot and squirting into the air; much to the enjoyment of the kids at play.

Fossil Creek Park

Hours during open season 9 a.m.-7 p.m. 

Fossil Creek Park located in south Fort Collins at 5821 S. Lemay is one of our large community parks. The park offers many amenities, but one of the most popular is the water feature. It has a waterfall to splash through and various dancing water spouts. It is nestled by the lake at the water's edge, with large boulders and natural features, so it feels as if it's a part of the lake.

Water features are maintained with the same strict guidelines as those at a public pool. Water is checked several times a day to ensure it is safe for play. If the readings indicate the need, the water features are shut down until the water is once again clean and safe.

If the water feature does not seem to be working, please call 970.221.6660, Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
If it is after hours or on a weekend, call 970.219.3450.