East Palo Park
East Palo Park is a neighborhood park featuring a recently renovated playground, open turf, and paved walking paths.
- Picnic tables
- A permanent, roofed shade structure. This shade structure is in addition to the fabric shade structures at the playground.
- Poured-in-place rubberized playground surfacing.
- Paved walking paths
- Leashed dogs permitted
- Street parking
- Bike racks
- RTD bus access
- Bike route access
Nature Play Opportunities
East Palo Park has a recently renovated playground featuring play structures that emulate a forest environment including animals inside of the playground structure built to look like a tree, tree stumps to hop on, a sandbox and rock climbing structures.
Please stay out of the creek corridor
New Zealand mudsnails, a non-native, invasive species, have been found in the Four Mile Canyon creek corridor. Mudsnails can 'hitchhike' rides on boots, clothing, dogs, and most anything they come into contact with. Please stay out of the creek corridor to avoid the spread of mudsnails, and subsequent threats to our aquatic ecosystems.
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