Amenities

  • RTD Access
  • Playground
  • Shelter
  • Restroom
  • Basketball Court
  • Inline Hockey Rink
  • Multi-use Field
  • Soccer Field
  • Dog Park
  • Pickleball
  • Nature Play Opportunity
  • Multi-use Path

Pickleball has arrived at Foothills Community Park’s inline rink!

This summer we asked you, our community, about potentially painting pickleball lines on the inline rinks at Foothills Community Park. We heard your feedback and will be adding pickleball courts to the large rink. Thank you for your feedback!

We have added lines to the bigger rink for four pickleball courts. Due to contractor availability, we’ve painted these lines sooner than anticipated. When playing on these new courts, please bring your own pickleball nets as they will not be available on-site.

Staff is still determining the drop-in or reservation schedule to best serve and balance the needs of both the pickleball and inline skate communities. We will share more information when we have decided on the programming schedule for the rink.

We are not planning to paint pickleball court lines on the smaller rink at this time.

Watch for more information on the city’s pickleball web page and via email to those who participated in the project’s engagement.

Lines for 2 pickleball courts are painted on one half of the big rink at Foothills Community Park.

About the Park

Foothills Community Park is an 65.2 acre park located in North Boulder featuring a wide range of facilities and recreational amenities unique playgrounds and a variety of fields for programmed sports. Sledding on the grassy areas is approved and easily access OSMP trails from Foothills Community Park. The park includes a popular dog park and home to Community Gardens/Growing Gardens.

Picnic Shelter Rentals

This new design in park shelters offers 3 shelters. A, B, C Shelters A and B are in the same area. Shelter A is south of Shelter B. Shelter C is adjacent to the playground. The smaller shelter near the top of the rock slide is not available for reservation. It is considered community use for the playground area.

Groups with 51 to 100 people are required reserve shelters A and B. Groups between 101 and 250 people are required to reserve all three shelters.

Nature Play Opportunities

Foothills Community Park provides a variety of opportunities for children to interact with nature and features that simulate nature including:

  • Art structures throughout the playground
  • Polar sundial
  • Rock wall
  • Artistic designs in the sidewalk