Parks and Open Space Locations

The Town of Superior prides itself on having beautiful parks and open spaces for its residences. In this list we’ve gathered all you need to know about our outdoor amenities. Whether you’re looking to put a basketball, volleyball, or soccer game together, or take a stroll beside a babbling brook, Superior has a park for you.

  • Arsenault Open Space is located south of Original Town near Third Avenue.
  • Asti Park, on Coal Creek Drive, is home to our town’s Historical Museum, open the first Saturday of each month from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The park includes a pavilion and grills.
  • Located on Honey Creek Drive off Rock Creek Parkway, Autrey Park offers Frisbee golf, a bike skills course, as well as a dog park, open 8 a.m. to dusk.
  • Looking for hoops time? Check out the basketball courts at the corner of Indiana St. and Coalton Rd.
  • Big Sagamore Park, at the end of Sycamore St., includes two play structures, picnic tables, and benches.
  • Cabin Park, located between N. Torrey Peak Dr. and Topaz St., offers a climbing structure, picnic table, benches, and grassy field.
  • Castle Park, behind S. Torrey’s Peak Dr., offers a castle-themed play structure, large grass field, and paved walkways.
  • Little known Children’s Park on 2nd, offers a playground, shelter, small grass area, and restrooms.
  • Circle Park, between Keota Ln. and Eldorado Dr., offers a large grassy area and paved pathways.
  • Community Park, at Coalton Rd. and Rock Creek Parkway, offers three large playground structures, baseball fields, lighted turf field, grass fields, restrooms, picnic tables, and shelter.
  • Fire Station Park, behind Torrey’s Peak Dr., includes paved pathways and a play structure.
  • Founders Park, on Sycamore St., offers large fields for soccer or other sports, three climbing structures for different ages, rock climbing structures, basketball courts, picnic tables, shelters, cooking grills, paved walking paths, and restrooms.
  • Site of restored historical buildings, the creek-side Grasso Park, on Williams St., offers a serene setting for walks and enjoying the outdoors on its benches.
  • Harney Lastoka South Open Space is located at the southwest corner of McCaslin Blvd. and Coalton Road, at the Coalton Trailhead.
  • Little Sagamore Park, at the end of Cherokee Ave., includes a toddler play structure, picnic tables, and benches.
  • Madson Open Space is located south of Original Town near Third Avenue.
  • North Pool Park, at Indiana St. and Rock Creek Pkwy., includes the North Pool, open Memorial Day to Labor Day, and tennis courts.
  • Pirate Park, off Yarrow Circle, offers a pirate-themed play structure and benches.
  • Purple Park, at McCaslin Dr. and Rock Creek Parkway, offers a paved walking path, ponds, stream, sand volleyball courts, large grass fields, play structure, picnic tables, grill, shelter, and restrooms.
  • Riverbend Park, off Riverbend St., offers a paved trail and pond.
  • South Pool Park, at Mt. Sopris and Huron Peak Dr., includes a play structure, pool, open Memorial Day to Labor Day, two shelters with picnic tables, and large grass field.
  • Verhey Open Space is located at the southwest corner of McCaslin Blvd. and Coalton Road.
  • Last but not least, our newest park, Wildflower Park, 3151 South Indiana Street, offers basketball courts, sand volleyball courts, a zip line, swings, large climbing structure, bocce courts, two shelters, benches, picnic tables, grills, benches, a paved walking path, and restrooms.