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) on our Park Plans, Maps, and Reports webpage.
Flanders Neighborhood ParkAmenities:
- Basketball (hoops, not full court)
- BBQ Grill or Pit(s)
- Boating (non-motorized, carry on boats only)
- Fishing (all ages)
- Parking Lot(s)
- Picnic Area(s)
- Trails (Paved and Gravel)
- Volleyball Court(s) - Sand
Neighborhood Park Hours: 5:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Flanders Neighborhood Park, located north of McIntosh Lake across from Dawson Neighborhood Park, was built in 1995 and gets its name from the Flanders family, leaders in Longmont's business and civic affairs for five generations. The family is descended from Frederick Walter Flanders (1866-1935), a prominent realtor and banker who moved to Longmont in 1904, and served as mayor in 1927-28, when he ousted the mayor supported by the Ku Klux Klan. The park is on the site of the Flanders farm; a historic marker identifies a remnant of the milk house.
Flanders Park features a multiple-use court suitable for both roller hockey and basketball, a playground and a shelter. Xeriscape landscaping showcases hearty and native plants along the pathways, which offer spectacular views of McIntosh Lake and the mountains to the west. To view a complete list of park amenities and associated trail distances, visit our Plans, Maps & Reports webpage and view the Park Amenities Chart.
McIntosh Lake Nature Area and greenway trail connect Flanders Neighborhood Park to Dawson Neighborhood Park and also to the Agricultural Heritage Center at Lohr-McIntosh Farm (managed by Boulder County Parks and Open Space). This 7-acre park is accessed from a parking lot off North Shore Drive.
For more information or to reserve a shelter at this park, contact Parks, Open Space & Trails.