Parks Facilities

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Updated 6.22.20 - subscribe to the Parks & Recreation email newsletter to stay informed

Park shelters (also called park pavilions) - We encourage groups of 10 people or fewer at one time. Those with reservations of 11-50 will need a variance approved by the Larimer County Department of Public Health and Environment (request a variance online here). The maximum group size at all park shelters is 50 people regardless of the size and capacity of the shelter. Info on park shelter reservations


  • City playgrounds
  • Splash parks at Loveland Sports Park and Fairgrounds Park; water feature at Mehaffey Park; hours are 10:00A - 5:00P 7 days per week
  • Outdoor Fitness Court
  • Skate parks, inline hockey rink at Loveland Sports Park, dog parks, volleyball & basketball courts 
  • Picnic tables outside of park shelters
  • Parks
  • Tennis courts & pickleball courts

Each amenity is open to 10 people or fewer at a time per physical distancing guidelines.

More COVID-19 info.

Use of Parks, Trails & Open Spaces During COVID-19

Follow the CDC Guidelines for Social Distancing

We ask that you please follow the CDC’s guidelines for social distancing in public parks and on trails, making sure to keep six feet of distance between yourself and others and no more than 10 people gathered at one time in a group.

Our dedicated parks staff are cleaning parks and restrooms on a regular basis, but we need your help following our guidelines. Read more info on use of public parks, trails and open spaces.

The City of Loveland Parks & Recreation Department maintains numerous areas with amenities available for the community to enjoy. Subscribe to our e-newsletter.

View the Parks & Recreation facility guide (PDF)

Please, Don't Feed the Ducks

Bread and other food can make ducks ill. Plus, it doesn't contain the right nutrition or calories they need to keep them warm in winter.

Rotting food pollutes their water and causes surface algae, which kills the fish and gives ducks diseases. It also makes the water smell.

Feeding or disturbing wildlife is NOT permitted in City of Loveland parks. Thank you. 

Parks in Loveland Open to Public Use

The City of Loveland Parks and Recreation Department maintains parks in neighborhoods, along causeways, and in large areas with many amenities such as restrooms, playgrounds, and reservable gazebos/shelters/pavilions.  Others are open to public use, but maintained by HOAs.

For more information about specific parks, please click on links in the table below.

 Parks in loveland Reservable  Non-Reservable 
Barnes Complex at Fairgrounds Park

Benson Sculpture Garden

Centennial Park

Civic Center Park  


Derby Hill Park  


Dwayne Webster Veteran's Park

Eagleview Park  


Edmondson Park  


Estrella Park  


Fairgrounds Park
(reserve whole pavilions in person only)


Frank Farm Park
(maintained by Lakes at Centerra HOA)



Garfield Park 

Glen Arbor Park  


Jayhawker Ponds  


Kirkview Park  


Kroh Park

Loch Lon Park  


Loch Mount Park  


Loveland Sports Park

McKee Park  


McWhinney-Hahn Sculpture Park  


Mehaffey Park


Namaqua Park

North Lake Park

Osborn Park  


River's Edge Natural Area   


Seven Lakes Park

Sherri Mar Park  


Silver Glen Park  


Silver Lake Park  


South Shore Parkway  


Sunnyside Park  


Viestenz-Smith Mountain Park



Westside Park  


Woodmere Park  


Park Facility Rules & Regulations

EPAMD Rules & Regulations 

Park Hours

Most Loveland parks are open from 6:00A - 10:30P daily unless otherwise specified on-site. However, Loveland Sports Park hours vary depending on the season. Please refer to specific park web pages or call 970.962.2727 for more information. 

Park Power/Electricity

Power/electricity at Loveland park shelters is available with a paid reservation. Power is not available without a paid reservation.

Grilling in Parks
Park Watering
Seasonal Pruning & Maintenance