Crown Hill Park

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SAFER-AT-HOME

  • DO NOT visit parks and public areas if sick; stay home, seek medical care
  • FACE COVERING required  when 6' distance can't be maintained when using the restroom, at the trailhead, and/or when passing others on the trail
  • Practice social distancing of at least 6’ in parks, trailheads, trails, and climbing crags
  • DO NOT gather in groups larger than 10
  • Keep dogs on leash at ALL times
  • Bring your own hand sanitizer and/or hand washing supplies; many of our parks and restrooms lack running water. Sanitize/wash hands after touching public surfaces such as railings, benches, and handles.
  • High-risk visitors, use discretion for park visits and public restroom use

Jeffco Public Health Order - Face Covering
Colorado Executive Order - Face Covering
Colorado Safer-at-Home Order
More JCOS info regarding COVID-19

NO paddleboarding, swimming, floating, or water craft allowed on Crown Hill Lake or Kestrel Pond

A natural haven amid a suburban neighborhood, Crown Hill Park is a place to retreat, admire abundant birdlife and enjoy lake-side recreation. The wetlands in the northwest corner containing Kestrel Pond, are a Wildlife Sanctuary and are home to a variety of migrating waterfowl. 

No swimming, wading or floating in the lake.

Bird Species Checklist for Crown Hill Park


Crown Hill Garland Trailhead
9357 West 26th Avenue
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 

Crown Hill Park Facts