Douglas County Parks Series: Fairways at Lone Tree

By Kari Ploysa, Macaroni KID Highlands Ranch-Parker-Castle Rock-Lone Tree Administrative & Marketing Assistant May 7, 2022

Fairways at Lone Tree
9607 Troon Village Dr., Lone Tree
Hours: 6:00 AM–11:00 PM

Summer is coming! We are excited to continue our Douglas County Parks series and help you and your kids discover new parks and playgrounds to visit. We are kicking it off with the Fairways at Lone Tree, half a mile down the street from Cook Creek Pool off Yosemite.

As you enter the small parking lot, you'll see a basketball hoop to practice your free throws. Right past that is a playground built for children ages 2-5. It's a fun area where your littlest ones can run, jump, climb, and slide. We found the caterpillar quite silly with shoes of all kinds, including flippers and high heels. 

We took a quick scooter ride down the path to another playground designed for bigger kids with rock climbing walls, swings, monkey bars, slides, and more built into this area. One of my favorite items is the scavenger hunt wall hidden underneath the mountain. It shows the animals' names in three different languages. 

This park is surrounded by beautiful trees and even a waterfall of sorts. Although it is a small park, it is a fun place to take a quiet stroll and enjoy one of the Lone Tree neighborhoods. Once summer arrives, you can pack a swimsuit and visit Cook Creek Pool before or after your park visit.


  • Playgrounds
  • Basketball hoop
  • Multipurpose Field (Reservable)


  • Shelters/Pavilions (Not reservable)
  • Benches
  • Ledges/Walls


  • Portable restrooms
  • Drinking fountains
  • Stroller friendly sidewalks
  • 10 parking spaces


A short drive south of the park is a health food shop called Vibe Foods, where you can grab a healthy summer treat with fruit bowls and yummy smoothies.

Get outside and play more! Visit the Parks and Playgrounds section of our directory to learn about other Douglas County parks.

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