Crown Hill Park: Lake Loop and Nature Trails
Nestled between two large suburban tracts, this wildlife refuge is as much an oasis for wildlife watchers as it is for the animals that migrate or live there. Crown Hill Park was dedicated on Earth Day 1990 as a Natural Urban Wildlife Sanctuary, and it more than lives up to its commitment. Established in 1979 as a joint project of the Jefferson County Open Space Program and the cities of Wheat Ridge and Lakewood, the park consists of a shallow pond and lake situated on 177 acres. Joggers, walkers, and people on horseback frequent the 6.5 miles of trails that circle the park and the lake.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Elevation Gain||0 ft|
|Skill Level||Easy for children|
|Season||Year-round (wildlife sanctuary closed March 1 - June 30)|
|Trailhead Elevation||5,280 ft|
|Top Elevation||5,280 ft|
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