Purchased by Jeffco Open Space in 2001, Beaver Ranch Park has served as a community recreation destination located in the Conifer area. The Park is operated and maintained by the nonprofit group, Beaver Ranch Community, Inc. through a license and management agreement with Jeffco Open Space.
The area served by Beaver Ranch Park is the southwestern portion of unincorporated Jefferson County, including the Evergreen and Indian Hills communities to the north, the Pike National Forest to the south, and the communities of Pine and Buffalo Creek.
US Highway 285 is the primary access road for the majority of the area, including the communities of Conifer and Aspen Park, as well as points west along the Highway 285 corridor, including the town of Bailey in adjoining Park County.
Beaver Ranch Park Master Plan
Beaver Ranch Park has 450 acres of beautiful mountainous landscapes and stunning views that provides recreation amenities to the greater Conifer community and beyond.
In 2017, after a community engagement process, a Park Master Plan was developed. This document includes a vision and set of goals which outline a road map for the park and how the land should be managed. It is a critical step in realizing on-the-ground improvements at this community gem along the Highway 285 corridor.