Kensington Park - 100 E. Longs Peak Ave
Kensington Park is an 18 acre neighborhood park along Spring Gulch. Kensington
Park was purchased for $2,000 in 1963, and features a flowing ditch and path,
along with playgrounds, a basketball court and walking paths. This linear
park stretches from 9th to 3rd Avenue. The park has one shelter which is reservable for a $35 fee for resident and $44.00 for non-resident. (link to shelter reservations). The picnic shelter is next to restrooms north of Longs Peak Avenue.
Kensington Park Shelter to the East of Kensington Pond
Artwork at Kensington Park and Basketball courts
Kensington Park is the home of a 1998 installed public art piece called "The Unity Project". It was designed by artists Susan Daily and Mario Echevarria.
- Basketball Courts -1
- Picnic with BBQ
- Playground - 2
- Shelter - 1
- Parking Spaces - on street, please be courteous of neighbors!
Dogs allowed on leash, please pick
up after your pet.
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Link to Kensington Park Master Plan