The Sand Creek Regional Greenway Partnership would not be possible without help from our many partners.
Our Partner Cities
The City of Aurora has an extensive network of trails, parks and natural open spaces.
Commerce City is growing rapidly, and its parks and trails are growing too!
The City of Denver‘s in-town and mountain parks, recreation and parkway system is nationally renowned.
Bluff Lake Nature Center is a 123-acre urban wildlife refuge located on the Sand Creek Regional Greenway in northeast Denver. The nature center has walking/running trails (no dogs or bicycles, please) and hosts educational programs for youth.
The Morrison Nature Center at Star K Ranch is located just off the Sand Creek Regional Greenway in Aurora. The center has a variety of exhibits, walking trails, and offers educational programs and naturalist-guided walks.
You’ll find horses and kids on our trail from The Urban Farm, which is located just off the Greenway in Stapleton. The farm offers programs for city kids to learn about agriculture and animals.
The Greenway runs through the new Stapleton community, home of the old Stapleton airport.
Here are just a few of the other organizations that work with and support Sand Creek Regional Greenway.
The Audubon Society of Greater Denver has been involved with the development of Sand Creek Regional Greenway from the beginning. They offer bird watching opportunities on the Sand Creek Regional Greenway.
Like so many trails in Colorado, the Sand Creek Regional Greenway trail has greatly benefited from the work of Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado.
A national model for reclaiming land and developing urban trails, the Sand Creek Regional Greenway learned some great lessons from the South Platte River Greenway and its supporting non-profit, the Greenway Foundation.
Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) provides funding, leadership and technical assistance to preserve open space and develop outdoor recreational resources in Colorado.