Picnic Shelter Rentals

Picnic Shelters Available for Drop-in Use

For the 2021 calendar year, Arapahoe County’s picnic shelters are available for public use on a first-come, first-served basis and are non-reservable. All shelter users must abide by shelter Rules and Regulations (below). Capacities are based on current public health regulations. Call the Open Spaces Department at 720-874-6540 for more information. 

Arapahoe Road Trailhead

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Broncos Parkway Trailhead

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Long's Pine Grove

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Richmil Ranch

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Location: 15200 E. Arapahoe Road, Centennial 80112
Features: four picnic tables, natural play area, restrooms, adjacent to Cherry Creek Regional Trail. ADA access.
Capacity:75 - For COVID capacity limits please abide by the current public health regulations

Location: 16400 E. Broncos Parkway, Centennial 80112
Features: two picnic tables, drinking fountain, portable restroom, adjacent to Cherry Creek Regional Trail. ADA access.
Capacity:40 - For COVID capacity limits please abide by the current public health regulations

Location: 1523 S. Uinta Way Denver, CO 80231
Features: four picnic tables, playground, restrooms, adjacent to Highline Canal Regional Trail. ADA Access.
Capacity: 40 - For COVID capacity limits please abide by the current public health regulations

Location: 77910 E. Highway 40, Deer Trail, 80105
Features: two picnic tables, portable restroom, ADA Access.
Capacity:50 - For COVID capacity limits please abide by the current public health regulations

Picnic Shelter Rules and Regulations

  • All shelters are closed dusk to dawn.
  • Users will observe all posted site regulations as well as local ordinances, laws, and health codes.
  • Users should provide minimal impacts to the shelter and surrounding public spaces. This includes leashing dogs, minimizing sound amplification, and sharing the use of site amenities.
  • Users will ensure vehicles only travel and park in designated areas. Fire lanes and emergency access zones will be maintained free of obstructions.
  • Consumption of alcohol (3.2 percent and below) is permitted. Glass containers are prohibited. Users will comply with all applicable local, state, and federal liquor laws.
  • Users are responsible for leaving the picnic shelter and surrounding areas in a clean and orderly condition. Trash must be properly disposed of in provided containers or if containers are full disposed off-site.