New Playground Fundraising Campaign
Be a part of bringing a new state-of-art playground to Conifer!
In 2017, after a community engagement process, Jefferson County Open Space developed a Park Master Plan. This document includes a vision and set of goals that outline a road map for the park and how the land should be managed. It is a critical step in realizing the significant infrastructure improvements to be made at Beaver Ranch Park.
Beaver Ranch Community, Inc. ("BRCI") is currently in the process of raising the funds to build a new playground for when the final infrastructure improvements are made as part of the Park Master Plan. No tax increases or tax dollars are going to fund this project. The new playground will be funded entirely by private donations and potentially grant proceeds awarded for the project.
Beaver Ranch Community, Inc.
Beaver Ranch Park is a 450-acre destination in the Rocky Mountains, nestled just 45 minutes outside of Denver, making it the perfect venue for your next event or mountain adventure.
In May of 2001, Jefferson County Open Space purchased the Beaver Ranch Property and entered into an agreement with Beaver Ranch Community, Inc., a 501(c)(3), to jointly manage and operate the park. Beaver Ranch Community, Inc. is managed by a volunteer board of directors and has a paid staff to facilitate the park's day-to-day operations.
Beaver Ranch Community, Inc. relies on grants, donations, events, and property income from Denver Zip Lines and Beaver Ranch Disc Golf Course to operate the park.
*While there is no camping at Beaver Ranch Park, there are camping facilities at Staunton State Park in Pine, Colorado; Rainbow Trout Ranch and Campground in Pine, Colorado and Pike-San Isabel National Forest south of Buffalo Creek, Colorado. Explore more camping options at the Jefferson County Open Space website.