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Parks, Open Space and Trails

Schedule of Openings and Closings

Longmont residents are encouraged to visit the outdoors while maintaining the recommended 6-foot spacing between groups. Parks, open spaces, greenways and dog parks currently remain open. However, playgrounds, golf courses, tennis and basketball courts, picnic areas, skate parks, and areas conducive to public gathering have been closed. Please respect the closure signs that have been posted in these areas,

he City of Longmont's Parks division is working to open and keep clean as many restrooms located at City parks and open spaces as possible at this time. Open public park restrooms will be cleaned and sanitized twice daily. However, visitors are encouraged to bring their own soap or hand sanitizer, as the City cannot guarantee we will be able to provide these items at all times.

Please be aware that visitors are responsible for their own sanitation of all other park amenities at this time.

Open Now

The following parks currently have open restrooms or vault toilets.

Community Parks

Clark Centennial

Dry Creek

Garden Acres

Roosevelt Park

Sandstone Ranch

Neighborhood Parks



Left Hand





Willow Farm

Other Areas

Jim Hamm Nature Area

Lykins Gulch (vault toilet)

McCall Lake (vault toilet)

McIntosh Lake (vault toilet)

Rogers Grove Nature Area

119th Street Trailhead



Opening Later

The locations listed below will open once necessary repairs are completed.

Collyer Neighborhood Park

Spangler Neighborhood Park

Jim Hamm Nature Area

Once temperatures remain consistently above freezing, the Parks division will work toward opening all remaining Park restrooms. This reflects the closure policy in place each winter.

Winter Closures

Many park restrooms close each fall in advance of winter’s frost to prevent damage to the above-ground plumbing, which is not designed to withstand winter temperatures.

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