Parks, Trails & Open Spaces
Explore our five neighborhood parks, 15 miles of trails and parkways and 215 acres of open space, a great way to find an escape close to home, picnic with the family, exercise, enjoy outdoor play or simply take in the majestic sunsets or views of Pikes Peak.
The Greens Park, Fairway Heights Park, Longview Park, Double Eagle Park & Stonebridge Park are all conveniently located around the development and offer a wide variety of activities for the young and those young at heart. From multi-purpose courts to stone wall for climbing, there is something for everyone!
Enjoy some fun in the sun at the 215-acre Falcon Regional Park. Currently, this park has two baseball fields and trails. When complete, families will have six Little League baseball fields, beautiful pavilions and picnic areas, four multi-use fields, multi-use sport courts, extended trails, a dog park and a splash park.
Hike, bike and ogle at Pikes Peak on 15 miles of paved trails and parkways winding throughout the community. These trails connect residents to one another, and provide a great way to exercise and enjoy the natural beauty.
The Metro District preserves more than 215 acres of open space areas in the community. These areas are undeveloped natural areas recognized by their native grass environment.
Whatever your preference is, you can “Get away to it all” in Meridian Ranch.
If you have questions about the parks, trails & open space, please see our Parks FAQ page
For more information regarding Parks or Trails, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to download the Meridian Ranch Trail Map.