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Directory of Parks and Trails

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Park and Trail Finder

Discover Longmont's many parks and trails through the directory list below. Filter by amenity to find just the right one for your next adventure.

You can also view a map of parks by utilizing the City Facility Map and filtering by the category "Parks." Find additional maps (including trails and bike routes) and a park amenities chart on our Park Plans, Maps, and Reports webpage.

  • Carr Neighborhood Park

    Carr Park tennis courts
    1. Address:1301 21st Ave.
      Longmont, CO 80501
    1. Ball Field(s)
    2. Basketball Court(s)
    3. BBQ Grill or Pit(s)
    4. Multi-use Field(s)
    5. Parking Lot(s)
    6. Picnic Area(s)
    7. Playground(s)
    8. Restroom(s)
    9. Roller Hockey Rink
    10. Shelter(s)
    11. Tennis Court(s)
    1. Parks

Neighborhood Park Hours: 5:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. 

NOTE: The playground at Carr Park is currently under construction. The existing playground has been removed and is being replaced. Learn more about the Carr Park Playground Replacement Project and timeline >

This 8.4 acre park is located west of Northridge Elementary School.

Visit the Plans, Maps & Reports webpage and click Map of Parks in Longmont to see all parks displayed on an interactive map. Choose from the Amenities dropdown menu to find parks with the amenity you are seeking, such as playground, pool, or picnic area.

For more information or to reserve a shelter at this park, contact Parks, Open Space & Trails.


Carr Park takes its name from Byron Leander Carr (1842-1899) and his wife, Mary Lord Pease Carr (1837-1933). Mr. Carr was a school teacher and attorney who settled in Longmont in 1871. He later served on the Colorado Constitutional Convention and as Attorney General for the new state of Colorado. Mrs. Carr taught with her husband in Longmont's first school. Later, she became a leader in political and civic affairs throughout the region, serving as the first woman on the Longmont School Board and as its president.

The park was built in 1978.

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