Updated: Aug 12
Aspgren Park is a 4-acre park in Denver, Colorado. It has a playground for younger children and a green space that contains a softball field and a soccer field. We’ll talk about everything in this park.
Sean's video shows most of the park, including the playground, swings, and grassy area.
Aspgren Park is also known as Clifford Aspgren Park.
There is street parking on West Gill Place, South Lipan Street, West Exposition Avenue, and South Navajo Street. There are a few dozen spots in total; there is no parking lot.
The softball field is in the northeastern corner of the park - at the intersection of West Gill Place and South Lipan Street. It is entirely grass and has no bleachers, but it has a fence. It’s a great place to practice hitting baseballs or softballs.
There is a little hill in this park that is used for sledding, so it’s very accessible to the surrounding community. There are also a lot of trees in this park.
The grassy area in the middle will sometimes have goalposts and painted lines for soccer. The field is pretty small, so it is mainly for younger kids.
Mara says the park has is "Small and quiet with lots of shade to walk or play with kids or dogs."
Aspgren Park Playground
The Aspgren Park Playground is rather simple (because it’s for younger ages). The ground is wood chips, so wear some shoes to avoid getting cuts or splinters. There’s also a trash can nearby, so don’t litter!
Unfortunately, there are no benches at the playground and the park in general. Some trees provide shade for the parents, though.
The playground has a tube slide, a tunnel, a gear game, a rope ladder, 2 more regular slides, a fireman pole, monkey bars, and a spring rider.
There is also a traditional swing and a bucket swing for babies.
Have a fun day at the park!
Address: 1201 W Exposition Ave, Denver, CO 80223
Hours: 5 AM - 11 PM
Coordinates: 39.704124, -105.002393
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