|City Park||3929 Golden Street||Developed/3.4 acres|
|4000 Riverside Parkway||Developed/101 acres|
|Village Park||3700 17th Avenue||Developed/3.6 acres|
|Prairie View Park||4100 Harbor Lane||Developed/8.7 acres|
|Ridge Park||2426 Bluebells Drive||Developed/5.1 acres|
|Pioneer Park||3701 Ponderosa Court||Developed/7.9 acres|
|Driftwood Park||3700 Harbor Lane||Developed/7.6 acres|
|Vineyard Park||6301 Chardonnay Street||Developed/6.3 acres|
(off-leash dog park)
|2095 42nd Street||Developed/9.5 acres|
Green Meadows Open Space
|Belmont Avenue and 40th Street Court||Open Space/4.1 acres|
|Renaissance Park||3501 Sienna Avenue||In Construction/1.6 acres|
|Dante Park||3601 Palermo Avenue||In Construction/1.5 acres|
City Park is Evans’ oldest park and it offers a variety of uses, including a large picnic pavilion, two barbecues, a playground, basketball court, small softball field, horseshoe pits, picnic areas, restrooms and shade provided by many large, mature trees.
This park features a 7-acre fishing lake, over two miles of scenic trails, fishing docks, four ball fields (two lighted and two unlighted), a spacious playground area, a picnic pavilion, basketball court, pickball court, restrooms and many acres of undeveloped open space along the South Platte River. Alcohol is strictly prohibited in the athletic fields.
This park offers two lighted tennis courts, playground area, pavilion, picnic tables, basketball court, sand volleyball, restrooms and a flat open turf area.
Prairie View Park
Prairie View offers a picnic pavilion, restrooms, basketball court, playground and soccer field area. This park also has Evans' first skate park that is located next to the pavilion.
Another one of Evans' new parks, Ridge Park offers 4 small single bench picnic shelters and one large pavilion each with its own barbeque, a large soccer-sized open turf area and a playground.
Pioneer Park offers two playgrounds, a nine hole disc golf course, walking paths, picnic area, and a large open turf/grass area.
Driftwood offers a climbing wall, a large playground structure, walking paths, a picnic pavilion, and a basketball half-court.
This park offers 5 acres of open space and landscaping, walking trails and two playgrounds, all surrounding a scenic pond.
Freedom Park (Off-Leash Dog Park)
At this park, there are separate spaces available for large dogs, small/timid dogs and an agility training area.
Green Meadows Open Space
This undeveloped open space area has a few acres of open turf so it's a great place to play a game of football or kick a soccer ball.
This new park in the Tuscany Subdivision features an ADA accessible playground, picnic shelter and a large open area for play.
This new park offers a large open space and small natural area.
For a complete list of park amenities, click on the link below.