The city of Cheyenne is blessed with parks scattered throughout our urban landscape. Some are small neighborhood pocket parks, others like Lions Park encompass a wide variety of activities for the entire family. Cheyenne city parks are home to softball, soccer and baseball fields which host tournaments year round. The entire city is connected through 45 miles of Greenway Trails with more being built each year.
Lions Park, surrounding Sloan’s Lake, is Cheyenne’s largest developed open space. Canoeing, kayaking and fishing are all popular activities and with several miles of Greenway trail connected to the larger network, it is a popular place to run, walk and bike. The park which is dotted with picnic shelters, tables and playgrounds is also home to the Cheyenne Aquatics Center, softball fields, mini golf and the Kiwanis Community House.
The new East Park will feature wide open spaces with nature trails, native landscapes and open space for all to enjoy. The North Cheyenne Community Park plays host to soccer tournaments on a regular basis, but also features mountain biking trails and an archery range.
Cheyenne’s parks are managed by Cheyenne Community Recreation and Events, and facilities can be booked through them by calling 307-627-6423.