We're working to expand equitable access to parks
At the Denver Park Trust we believe that every resident, in every neighborhood, deserves to be within walking or rolling distance of a high-quality park.
Parks are an essential part of Denver, but some 70,000 residents, many low-income families with children, do not live within a 10-minute walk or roll of a park. The Denver Park Trust is working hard to change that in a thoughtful, equitable, and sustainable way.
We do that by:
Funding New Parks
Supporting Community-led Initiatives
Funding Park Improvements
Promoting Resiliency and Stewardship
Support Your Denver Parks
To make our vision of equitable access to quality parks for every Denverite a reality, we rely on your generosity.
Our Projects and Initiatives
We work closely with community leaders, neighborhood associations, and Denver Parks and Recreation to expand and improve parks in historically underserved neighborhoods.
Featured Initiative: Parks, Rivers, Trails & Trees
Scheduled for May 11, 2024, the third annual Parks, Rivers, Trails & Trees is a city-wide volunteer park stewardship day and community celebration.