Pinery Loop Trail
Dedicated May 7, 2011
The Pinery Loop Trail connects pedestrian and non-motorized vehicles in the lower Pinery with the Cherry Creek Regional Trail, Kinney Creek Trail (within the Colorado Golf Club), the Pinery Park, Bingham Lake, Northeast Elementary and Mountain View Elementary (see map) .
Contact: Douglas County Parks, Trails and Building Grounds (303) 660-7495.
Kinney Creek Trail
A Public Trail On Private Land
Many Pinery residents have enjoyed hiking, biking, and maybe even horseback riding on Kinney Creek Trail – a Douglas County trail on Colorado Golf Club property. Because this is a Douglas County Trail, Douglas County regulations should be followed which includes dogs being on leash at all times. Because it is private property, trail users must stay on the trail.
The Kinney Creek Trail can be accessed on the northwest side of North Pinery Parkway just east of Pinery Pointe and the Pinery Water District pump station. (see map)
Cherry Creek Regional Trail
The Cherry Creek Greenway was originally conceived as a connector trail for hikers, bikers, and equestrians to Cherry Creek, Castlewood Canyon and Chatfield State Parks. To date, approximately 17 of the 24 miles have been constructed. The trail will provide access not only to the state parks, but to neighborhoods, businesses, regional parks, and wildlife habitat. (more information)
This Trail can be accessed by a connector trail from the sidewalk north of the tennis bubble on N. Pinery Parkway at the Pinery Country Club and going under Highway 83.
Bayou Gulch Connector Trail
A new 4-mile soft-surface trail has been completed on Bayou Gulch Open Space and is now open to the public for non-motorized use. Parking is available at Bayou Gulch Regional Park at 4815 Fox Sparrow Road, Parker, CO 80134. A connection to the new trail is on the west side of Bayou Gulch Regional Parks, and crosses Bayou Gulch Road at a cross-walk with a self–activated light to stop traffic. The trail around the edge of the open space is open to pedestrians and equestrians only. The connector that runs west under highway 83 to the Cherry Creek Regional Trail is open to pedestrians, equestrians, and bicyclists.
The peripheral trail may be closed from time to time to accommodate equestrian events of the Colorado Horse Park; the connector trail will remain open at all times. The horse jumps and the pathways leading to the jumps are the private property of the Colorado Horse Park and are not open to the public. Questions about the Bayou Gulch Open Space and the new trail may be referred to the Division of Open Space and Natural Resources at 303-660-7495. Click Here to see map.
Bingham Lake Trail
1 mile of soft-surface trail surrounding Bingham Lake. Go to Bingham Lake for more information.