Village Greens Park North

Village Greens

Village Greens Park

 9501 E. Union Avenue


Village Greens North Park provides unique adventure recreation opportunities. The park maintains its dryland character with groupings of native and dryland grasses and plants. The park includes a 1.2 mile loop walking/biking trail that links to the regional Cherry Creek Trail. This trail also provides a link to access the Dayton Street Light Rail Station.  The park has a large patio area, tables with seating and shade structures and a year-round plumbed restroom. 

The 18 Hole Disc Golf Course is a beginner-intermediate course approximately 6,000 linear feet long. Each hole consists of a concrete pad box and a basket as a target. Cairn signs placed next to each tee box provide a basic map of the hole and its par. The course does not require tee times and access to the course is on a first come, first served basis. This is not a tournament course. Please review the entry sign for course rules and etiquette. 

The Mountain Bike Skills Course is approximately 2.75 miles in length and provides a single track trail experience. The course contains over 100 obstacles, which vary in difficulty ranging from beginner to black diamond obstacles. Each obstacle in this area has a bypass should the rider choose not to attempt an obstacle. At the north end of the single track are two smaller, more challenging loops: the hill loop and the prairie loop. The hill loop has more steep climbs and even segments of track containing difficult, black diamond, obstacles and no bypasses. Riders are reminded to wear protective gear and to ride within their skill limits. The rider’s approach speed, line and balance will affect their ability to successfully maneuver over the different features. Please review the entry course signs for trail etiquette and trail details. 

The Pond was recently expanded and designed to be a visual amenity in the park. The pond is used to provide irrigation to the athletic fields at Village Greens Park.

Village Greens North Master Plan Document

Parks and Trails Map