Parks & Trails
Firestone has a tremendous inventory of existing and planned parks, trails, and open spaces. In the Firestone Master Plan, parks and trails have been identified for the Town's entire potential urban growth boundary.
The Firestone parks and trails system map provides specific information on existing Firestone parks and trails along with facilities that are planned in the foreseeable future.
View a complete list of parks with detailed amenities here Version OptionsParks & TrailsHeadline.
Firestone's vast park system offers a number of shelters that are available on a first-come, first-served - reservations are not required. You will need to contact the Events & Programming Coordinator if you are hosting an exclusive event at a Firestone park that will have over 50 people in attendance and/or has activities that constitute it as a Special Event.
Park Use Policy
With permission from the Town of Firestone, individuals or businesses may use Town-owned parks to conduct business or commercial activities. Those who wish to obtain permission must first complete the External Park Use Request Form and submit it to ParkandFields@firestoneco.gov. Users who want to use a park on an annual basis for the summer and fall seasons must submit the Request Form by March 1st. All other applications must be submitted at least 60 days prior.
Once the Request Form is received, staff will review it and work with the applicant to ensure availability and answer any questions. Once all applicable documents are received and fees have been paid, a final permit will be issued to the user.
Please Note: priority will be given to Carbon Valley Parks & Recreation District to schedule youth and adult programming for the community.
- View complete Town of Firestone External Park Use Policy here .
- Download the External Park Use Request Form here .
Park Sports Field Reservations
Reservation of Firestone park fields is handled through the Carbon Valley Parks & Recreation District. For more information, please contact Jeanette Jacobson, Sports Coordinator, at 303-833-3660 ext. 127 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open daily from one hour prior to sunrise until one hour after sunset.
- No glass
- No alcohol
- No fighting
- No firearms
- No littering
- No structures
- Noise ordinance enforced
- Keep bicycles off the grass
- Vehicles permitted in designated areas only
- No fires. Only gas BBQ stoves are permitted.
- Animals must be kept on a leash at all times and picked up after
For a complete list of parks and recreation facilities rules, see chapter 12.32 of the Firestone Municipal Code.
Park restrooms are open from late spring through early fall.
Tree Recommendation List
Front Range Tree Recommendation List is provided by ASLA Colorado, CNGA, Colorado Tree Coalition, and Colorado State University Extension.
St. Vrain State Park St. Vrain State Park
St. Vrain State Park is a family-friendly destination for visitors seeking a peaceful and simple outdoor break. It is the only state park in Colorado to annex into a municipality.
3785 Weld County Road 24 1/2,
Firestone, CO 80504