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Grandpa’s Acres - Littleton

Updated: Aug 14, 2023

Take a break and enjoy a book in Grandpa’s Acres’ peaceful setting. It’s a 5-acre park with some trails and a grassy field. We’ll talk about everything you need to know about Grandpa’s Acres.

A map of Grandpa's Acres in Littleton, Colorado
A map of Grandpa's Acres on Google Earth

Jenn K's video shows her driving past the park on a snowy Christmas day.


The best place to park is along West Ridge Road. There is some street parking here. For people that live nearby, walking here would be the better option.

Parking next to Grandpa's Acres in Littleton, Colorado
Parking along West Ridge Road

The park is parallel to the High Line Canal and the High Line Canal Trail. This trail has hundreds of trees and almost constant tree coverage. Footbridge Park is a better spot to relax if you want to be next to the creek (there’s a bridge, too)!

The High Line Canal Trail running through Littleton
The High Line Canal Trail

There are 0.45 miles of trails and open space in Grandpa’s Acres, plus miles and miles to the south and east of the park.

Grandpa's Acres located in Littleton, Colorado
Grandpa's Acres open space

This park is a great place to have a picnic because there will likely be no one else here. It’s also a perfect spot to walk your dog or take a bike ride.

The trail going through Grandpa's Acres in Littleton, Colorado
The trail going through Grandpa's Acres

Logan Mastrianna's review reads, "It's beautiful and has an amazing view. Not every park needs to have a playground, water fountains, etc. I really enjoy this park and when I first discovered it, I was surprised to suddenly see so much space in a residential area."


That just about sums everything up for Grandpas Acres. Take a look at our other blogs below to have some more fun adventures!


Address: 500 W Ridge Rd, Littleton, CO 80120

Hours: 6 AM - 11 PM

Coordinates: 39.589905, -104.994349


Nearby Parks and Locations: James A Taylor Park, Willow Creek Park, Ida Park, Timberline Park, Bowles Grove Park, Gallup Park, Cherry Knolls Park, and so many more!


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