Trinidad Colorado

Parks and Recreation

Want to hold an event at one of our City Parks? Visit our Park Use and Special Event Permit page for information.

Kit Carson Park is located at the corner of Kansas Ave and San Pedro. The 5.7 acre park has a playground, picnic tables and a historic bandstand. The park is home a statue honoring Kit Carson and a marker designating it as part of the original Santa Fe Trail.

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The Jay Cimino Downtown Park is located on Modica Drive. In addition to the playground and picnic areas, the park has a water fountain for kids to play in each summer as well as two bocce ball courts. The park sits on the Riverwalk and is home to the Farmers Market each fall.


Located on Chestnut Street, the Los Ninos Soccer Complex has one soccer field, one practice field and a playground. los ninos 8.jpg


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Central Park is the largest park in Trinidad.

The upper section of the park has a baseball field, which is home to the Trinidad High School baseball team, the Trinidad State Junior College baseball team, and the Trinidad's Pecos League baseball team, the Trinidad Triggers.

There is also a lake where kids 14 and under can fish free of charge.

The lower section has a soccer field and a playground. Through out the park you will find 1.5 miles of walking trails with fitness stations. You can enter the lower park on Stonewall Avenue or park in the upper parking lot on Smith.


Waggin' Tails Dog Park is the City's newest park and is the only park that allows dogs to be off-leash. Waggin


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The Trinidad Skate Park is located at 1309 Beshoar Drive in the Coach John Gagliardi Sports Complex . Built in 2003, this 14,000 square foot skate park was rated #9 in the world by Tony Hawk.


The Southside Baseball Park is also located in the Coach John Gagliardi Sports Complex and is comprised of 4 baseball fields. The fields are used for the City's Youth baseball program, adult softball program, and is home to the Trinidad State Junior College Softball team. community center_The Southside Baseball Park_edited 2.jpg