Secluded within a large valley, nearly 600 acres of Terrain is dedicated for parks, open space and the preservation of historical markers.
Running through our neighborhoods and open space is the Discovery Trail. The trail was designed to take advantage of the land’s unique geology, natural habitat and history, telling the story of the land as it weaves through hidden vistas, historic sites and places ideal for observing local wildlife.
Wrangler Park, located in the heart of the residential area of Terrain, includes a tennis court, picnic pavilion, playgrounds and a playfield. The park is located alongside a bike trail connecting the neighborhoods of Terrain to the regional trail system in the nearby Hidden Mesa and Gateway Mesa open spaces.
Ravenwood Park is centrally located on a plateau, making it one of the best places in Terrain to take in spectacular views of McMurdo Gulch and the Rocky Mountains. In addition to playgrounds and playfields, the park includes a long in-ground slide that is integrated into the natural topography of the hillside, taking full advantage of the natural slope.
Dog Bone Park, also located within the residential area of Terrain, is a large space where residents can unleash their 4-legged family members and let them run free.
Terrain Swim Club, named Best Clubhouse by the Homebuilders Association of Metro Denver, is exclusive to the residents of our community and situated in a location that makes it easily accessible to everyone who lives here. The swim club includes an indoor gathering place that opens to the pool and deck area and is a favorite summer hangout for children and adults alike.
A large network of paved trails winds through Terrain, connecting our entire community and allowing residents to explore diverse landforms, rugged outcroppings and historic landmarks such as the 1930s-era Civilian Conservation Corps campsite. New trails are continually being added as our community grows.