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Statement of Purpose: Sand Creek Regional Greenway is a nearly 14-mile public greenway, connecting the High Line Canal in Aurora at Tower Road and Colfax Avenue, with the South Platte River Greenway in Commerce City. The Sand Creek Regional Greenway trail completes a loop of 50 miles of off-street urban trails in the northeast metro Denver area, a "wilderness in the city" experience that winds through a diverse environment that includes industrial areas, new development, mature neighborhoods, and natural habitat. We call ourselves a Wilderness in the City - we do not irrigate or maintain traditional landscaped city parks, only native plants and grasses. All non-motorized uses of the trail are welcome: bicycling, horseback riding, walking, running, pets on leashes, and the trail is wheelchair accessible. Sand Creek Regional Greenway is a cooperative project of the cities of Aurora, Commerce City, and Denver and non-profit organizations Sand Creek Regional Greenway Partnership and Stapleton Development Corporation. The Greenway is supported and enjoyed by families and businesses throughout the metro area.


Address: 7350 East 29th Avenue, Suite 300, Denver, CO 80238
Phone Number: 303-468-3263
Fax: 303-393-6805
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Major Fund-raisers: Greenway Connections


Key Personnel: Kate Kramer, Executive Director