- Picnic Area (no shelters to reserve)
- Tennis Courts
- Demonstration Garden
- Hiking Trails (Open Space and Mountain Parks)
- Bike Racks
- Parking Lot and Street Parking
- RTD Access
- Bike Route Access
Chautauqua Area Information
Park to Park Free Shuttle to Chautauqua
Visit the Park to Park webpage to find out more about the summer parking changes and the FREE shuttle to the Chautauqua Park.
Chautauqua Pedestrian Safety, Access and Lighting Improvements Project Update
In November 2014, Boulder voters passed the Community, Culture and Safety tax. This temporary, 0.3 percent sales tax will provide more than $27 million to improve community spaces, bolster cultural projects and organizations, and enhance safety. This includes improved access and pedestrian safety along Baseline Road via new sidewalks, re-aligned parking, enhanced pedestrian crossing treatments, and related safety enhancements like lighting and wayfinding signs at Chautauqua Park. More details...
The Chautauqua Association provides lodging, concerts, cultural events, educational programs, recreation, historic preservation, Community House reservations and dining . 303-442-3282
City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks
Open Space and Mountain Parks manages the Chautauqua Trailhead and accepts event reservations for mountain park shelters and the Sunrise Amphitheater on Flagstaff Mountain. 303-441-3440
City of Boulder Parks and Recreation
Parks and Recreation maintains and accepts Large Group permission requests for the Chatauqua Lawn for groups between 50 and 100 people. 303-413-7200
Nature Play Opportunities
Chautauqua Park provides families with access to Open Space Mountain Park trails, which have a wide range of opportunities for children’s unstructured interaction with nature. In the park itself, children are found playing freely on the open turf and along the park’s edges, with an iconic view of the Flatirons.
Chautauqua Park History
Chautauqua Park is a portion of an iconic historic landmark dating back to when the City of Boulder began preserving wild lands over 100 years ago. In 1898, Boulder residents approved a bond issue to purchase 80 acres to be used as a “Chautauqua”. The park land owned by Boulder Parks and Recreation is located adjacent to OSMP trails, Chautauqua Dining Hall and Auditorium, and Chautauqua Ranger Cottage and provides a playground, tennis courts, and open turf.