From young children to
older adults, people of all ages will find opportunities to enjoy the outdoors
in Lakewood. Whether your interest is in finding the neighborhood playground, a
space to hold the company picnic, or retreating to nature, we have an
Urban and Regional Parks
staff manage and care for the beautiful parks and open space in our city,
The darkness of night provides a unique backdrop for a hiking adventure. Leave those flashlights at home and come spend the evening with a park naturalist as he/she guides you along one of the many trails at Bear Creek Lake Park and the surrounding green space.s These hikes are for the whole family and average about 1-1.5 miles. The trails are on uneven terrain and last about an hour and a half. Don't forget to dress appropriately for Colorado's ever-changing weather. No dogs please.
Ages: All ages
Cost: $2/person, park entrance fee is waived.
Registration closes the Monday before the hike.
Join us for this program specially designed for older adults. Participants will learn about the wildlife and natural history of the park through hands-on education, programs and hikes
Ages: 55 and over
Cost: $5/person, park entrance fee is waived
Registration closes the Monday before the event
Celebrate Earth Day by volunteering at Bear Creek Lake Park! Join us and get involved in a few projects throughout the park. A lite breakfast and lunch will be provided.
Saturday, April 22
Bear Creek Lake Park
Registration required, register by April 17.