• Rotary Pavillion
  • John Denver Sanctuary
  • Hyman Street Mall Fountain
  • John Denver Sanctuary

Aspen Parks & Fields

Our over 30 parks and playgrounds are available for everything from picnics, weddings, and reunions to special events such as antique fairs and kids' carnivals.
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Aspen Area Parks

Aspen Athletic Fields

  • Iselin Field  Baseball  • Flag Football  • Football (Regulation Size)  • Rugby  • Soccer  • Softball  • Ultimate Frisbee
  • Lower Moore Field  Baseball  • Flag Football  • Football (Regulation Size)  • Rugby  • Soccer  • Softball  • Ultimate Frisbee
  • Upper Moore Field  Baseball  • Flag Football  • Football (Regulation Size)  • Rugby  • Soccer  • Softball  • Ultimate Frisbee
  • Rio Grande Field  Baseball  • Flag Football  • Football (Regulation Size)  • Rugby  • Soccer  • Softball  • Ultimate Frisbee
  • Rotary Field  Baseball  • Flag Football  • Football (Regulation Size)  • Rugby  • Soccer  • Softball  • Ultimate Frisbee
  • Wagner Field  Baseball  • Flag Football  • Football (Regulation Size)  • Rugby  • Soccer  • Softball
  • Community Campus  Baseball  • Flag Football  • Football (Regulation Size)  • Rugby  • Soccer  • Softball  • Ultimate Frisbee

What's Happening

Interactive Trail Map - download to your gps/phone

Interactive Trail Map - download to your gps/phone

New to our site we have an interactive map. This map will show you area trails, give you elevations, distance and is downloadable to your gps device. 

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Parks, Parks & More Parks

Parks, Parks & More Parks

Did you know Aspen Maintains over 30 parks, everything from peaceful escapes with water features to kid friendly playgrounds and of course the well known bike park and John Denver Sanctuary. We hope you get out side and play....Often!

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2015 North Star Preserve Bank Stabilization Project

2015 North Star Preserve Bank Stabilization Project

Saturday, September 19th
8:30 am till 5:00 pm including dinner
Aspen


KIDS CAN TOO!

North Star Nature Preserve, along the Roaring Fork River just east of Aspen, offers significant wildlife habitat both along the river corridor and in the adjoining meadows and wetlands. Early settlers altered the course of the river to create more arable land. Over time this eroded the river banks and destroyed the native riparian habitat. One of these river banks threatens a mature stand of cottonwoods near a rookery where great blue herons nest annually. Volunteers will plant native willows on a re-graded riverbank as part of this bio-stabilization project.

This is a family friendly project, so feel free to bring the kiddos. Our youth coordinator will have age-appropriate activities just for kids ages 7 and up. If your child would like to participate in these activities, please email Zoe at zmanickam@rfov.org.

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Meetings & Events

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