Imagine a Great Playground!

A park bench near trees and grass in the fall.

Areas of City Park will be transformed into a kids’ paradise of streams, bridges, pollinator gardens, and natural play structures in the next few years. The City Park Nature Play and Waterway Restoration Project is the ongoing partnership project of Denver Parks and Recreation (DPR), Denver Museum of Nature and Science (DMNS) and the community. Jacqueline Altreuter, DMNS Project Lead, and her associates have met with community members through workshops, programs and presentations over the past few years to learn what is most desired for the Nature Play area – especially from kids! Now you can hear what they’ve learned and how they’ve applied it!

Jacqueline invites you to “come outside with  City Park Friends and Neighbors (CPFAN), City Park Alliance (CPA), and DMNS to participate in a walking tour of the future City Park Nature Play and Waterway Restoration design area on Tuesday, October 5 at 6 p.m.”  We will meet outside the west entrance of DMNS. On the tour, aided by new interpretative signs, Jacqueline will share the latest images from the schematic design and will provide details about community feedback and forces shaping the design of the space.

We look forward to seeing you at this fun and interesting program in City Park.