Washington Park Community Information

Washington Park

Washington Park, the heart of the surrounding community, has incredible scenery and a beautiful setting amid the neighborhood’s historic homes and classic bungalows. Built in 1899, the park boasts Smith and Grasmere Lakes at each end of the long grassy meadow. Notable historic markers on site include Wynken, Blynken and Nod, a memorial to Denver poet Eugene Field, and Field’s old cottage. Also, among the park’s 54 huge, spring flower gardens is an exact replica of Martha Washington’s garden at Mt. Vernon, Virginia.


Washington Park East and Washington Park West are located on either side of the park. Washington Park East, officially bound by 1st Avenue, University Boulevard, Interstate 25 and South Downing, actually contains the park grounds. Washington Park West is outlined by South Broadway, South Downing Street, Speer Boulevard and Interstate 25. Bonnie Brae is bordered by East Exposition Avenue on the north, East Mississippi Avenue on the south, South Steele Street on the east and University Boulevard on the west.


Blessed with 300 days of sunshine a year, the Denver area is a lively city with a great love of the outdoors. Enthusiasts can find a multitude of offerings within the local national forests and state parks. Popular activities include biking, hiking, camping, fly fishing, golf, skiing and whitewater rafting. There are beautiful stretches of whitewater throughout Colorado, from mild float trips to wild Class V rapids, located just minutes from Washington Park. Spectacular hot air balloon flights, incredible Jeep tours, outrageous rafting and excellent guided horseback trips round out the list of the many outdoor activities that make Washington Park such a great place to call home.


Nearby Denver is a culturally diverse city populated with citizens that love sunshine, fresh air, sports, physical fitness and acres of open green space. Residents share a majestic view of the Rocky Mountains from any direction in the city. The citizens have inherited a rich legacy of 250 beautiful parks, 14,000 acres of mountain parkland, an extensive urban trail system and 7 golf courses. Other star attractions are the Denver Zoo, the Botanic Gardens and Mile High Stadium.


With such a short proximity to the downtown area, the arts, theatre and a bustling nightlife are readily available to the residents of Washington Park. Denver has one of the highest educated populations in America and a great love of the arts. The Denver Art Museum and Denver Performing Arts Complex are large, reputable facilities that host fine arts and theatre, symphony, opera and ballet performances. Washington Park’s unique small town charm combined with the booming metropolis, culture and arts of nearby Denver make it a naturally beautiful, family-friendly hometown.

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