Hyland Hills Park and Recreation District, established in 1955, has the honor of being one of the first park and recreation districts in the State of Colorado. Today, Hyland Hills serves nearly 130,000 residents in a 24 square mile area located in southwest Adams County and including: the areas of Westminster and Arvada located in Adams County; parts of Northglenn, Thornton and unincorporated Adams County; and, the City of Federal Heights.
The vision of Hyland Hills Park and Recreation District is to provide an improved quality of life to residents and the surrounding community through its recreation programs, local parks and entertainment facilities.
Hyland Hills Park & Recreation District provides first-class parks, open spaces, facilities, and recreation programs that enrich and promote a healthy lifestyle, create memorable experiences, and build relationships between the District and its community while valuing equity and inclusion.
Hyland Hills offers such world-class facilities as:
- Water World, America’s largest family waterpark
- The nationally acclaimed Greg Mastriona Golf Courses at Hyland Hills
- The Ice Centre at the Promenade, located at the Westminster Promenade (a joint endeavor with the City of Westminster)
- Adventure Golf and Raceway
- The Donald E. VanArsdale Gymnastics Center
- FIT by Hyland Hills, a full service fitness facility
In addition, Hyland Hills maintains 20 parks with a total of 424 acres, 29 sports fields, 3 community centers, 15 tennis courts, 3 outdoor swimming pools, a disc golf course, a skate park and batting cages at the Sports Complex.
Hyland Hills further provides a wide variety of sports and recreational programs, before and after school programs, vacation camps, swimming lessons, sports leagues, preschool and much more and all at amazingly affordable cost.
The Hyland Hills Foundation has given thousands of dollars in scholarships to children living in the District to ensure that no child will be unable to participate in District activities due to financial constraints.
In the fall of 2007, the Carroll Butts Athletic Park, a joint operation with the City of Westminster was opened in the old ice arena building at 94th and Perry St. in Westminster.
Hyland Hills continually strives to provide the best possible facilities at affordable prices to all of its residents and guests. Our goal is to constantly provide outstanding and affordable recreational facilities and programs to its residents and guests. The Hyland Hills Board of Directors and staff appreciate your interest in and support of these activities and welcome your comments. We hope that you enjoy your visit to our web site and that you will return often.