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Clark Centennial Community Park
- Address:1100 Lashley
Longmont, CO 80501
- Activity Room(s)
- Ball Field(s)
- Basketball Court(s)
- Community Room(s)
- Concession Stand (Seasonal)
- Disc Golf Course
- Fitness/Wellness Room(s)
- Multi-use Field(s)
- Parking Lot(s)
- Picnic Area(s)
- Playground(s) - handicap accessible
- Pool (Indoor, Year-round) - handicap accessible
- Roller Hockey Rink
- Soccer Field(s)
- Tennis Court(s)
- Trails (Paved)
- Volleyball Court(s) - Sand
- Youth Center
- Address:1100 Lashley
Community Park Hours: 5:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Clark Centennial Community Park, one of the largest parks in Longmont, covers 48.5 acres. It is home to:
- Centennial Swimming Pool, an aquatics facility with indoor pool and weight room
- Lashley Street Station, a former fire station that has been converted into an activity room and meeting spaces
- Youth Center, home to the Children, Youth and Families division and a variety of youth-oriented after-school and summer activities
- A disc golf course
- softball/baseball fields
Timberline PK-8 School is located to the north and the Longmont YMCA is located to the southwest of the park. The park also features "Dance Steps" a mural on the wall of the Youth Center, commissioned by Art in Public Places in 1996. The Oligarchy Ditch and Primary greenway runs through the park.
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.
Winterization of the park restrooms begins October 1.
Dogs allowed on leash, please pick up after your pet.
For more information about this park, contact Parks, Open Space & Trails.
Clark Centennial Community Park resulted from a donation of land by Helen Noble Clark in 1971. Her father-in-law, George Clark (1839-1914), was an English immigrant who came to Longmont in 1873 and built a farm on east 9th Avenue. Each year until her death, Mrs. Clark gave $10,000 to the City in memory of her husband Lynn W. Clark, for further improvements to the park.
The park was built in 1974.