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Youth Tackle Football

Tackle Football in Elizabeth is back this fall for all youth in grades 3-6.  Registration is now open and the season will run from early September through late October, with practices beginning in early to mid-August.  Registration may be ended once teams are full, so register early to secure your child's spot.  Each player receives a game jersey and pants with registration and is responsible for providing all other needed personal gear.  Registration fee is $100.   

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News & Announcements

Prickly Pines Disc Golf Course - NOW OPEN

A 9-hole disc golf course in Evans Park is now open and ready for play!  Designed by locals Cameron Burrow and Jeremy Priest, the course offers challenges for players of all abilities.  We have discs at the park office Mon - Fri from 9-5 available for use for a small fee.  Click on the course link under the "Parks & Facilities" tab to learn more. 

Outdoor Explorers

Join our staff in an explorative hike through the natural environment of Evans and Casey Jones Park as we learn about local ecology, search for signs of critters, and then create an art project to take home with you.  Youth must dress for the weather and be prepared to be outdoors for much of this mini-camp.  Group will meet at the Casey Jones Pavilion. SESSIONS: 3/20 (1pm-4pm), 3/22 (9am-12pm)

All Sorts of Sports

If athletics is your game, you don’t want to miss this mini-camp that will engage youth in a variety of sports and activities, with a focus on participation, positive sports behavior, and fun!  Youth must dress for the weather and be prepared to be outdoors for much of this mini-camp.  Group will meet at the Casey Jones Pavilion.  SESSIONS: 3/20 (9am-12pm), 3/22 (1pm-4pm)

Spring Break Art Class

Come explore your creative side! Painting on a canvas, drawing cartoons, clay wind chime, fun with Lex lace: keychains, copper metal art project and scratchboard art. Group will meet at Casey Jones Pavilion. SESSION: 3/21 (1pm-4pm)


Elizabeth Park and Rec is happy to announce some new youth programs for the community! Spring Break Fun programs are designed for families to participate in fun activities during Spring Break even though they are at home! Mini-Camps will include outdoor explorations, Art Class, gym games, Laugh-O-Lympics, all sorts sports, and many more fun active games! Register now under the Spring Break Fun tab!

Gym Games

Although we will be “in the school”, nothing but physical education is planned.  Join our staff for a few hours of classic gym games including Steal the Bacon, Dodgeball, Snakes & Lizards, and many more fun active games.  Activities will be held indoors at Legacy Academy.  SESSIONS: 3/23 (9am-12pm), 3/23 (1pm-4pm)


In this zany mini-camp, youth will participate in a variety of Olympic like games with some silly twists.  All participants will be winners and laughing is sure to be heard throughout the park.  Activities may occur outdoors if weather permits, and will be held indoors if the weather does not cooperate.  Group will meet at the Casey Jones Pavilion.  SESSION: 3/21 (9am-12pm)

34201 Co Rd 17 Elizabeth CO 80107 US              +1.3036463599            info@elizabethpr.com

Please Pick-Up Your Dog Waste.

As you will notice, the District has installed new pet waste stations throughout the parks.  While we love dogs as much as you, please help keep the parks clean of dog waste and pick up after your pet.  And remember, no dogs are allowed on athletic fields.  Thanks for your cooperation. 

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Park Board Moves Forward with Splashpad Project!

At its June meeting, the Board voted unanimously to begin the design process and purchase a new splashpad for Evans Park to provide residents with some much needed wet and cool relief from the summer heat.  The District is working with Aquatix, a leading manufacturer in the industry, and looks forward to offering this exciting new park amenity to the community.  Click here to see the design:  

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This project was made possible through your support of 5A this past November, which provided continued funding for the District.  Thanks for your support!