Clark Centennial Park - 1100 Lashley
Clark Centennial Park resulted from a donation of land by Helen Noble Clark
in 1971. Her father-in-law, George Clark (1839-1914), an English immigrant,
came to Longmont in 1873, and built a farm on east 9th Avenue. Each year,
until her death, Mrs. Clark gave $10,000.00, to the City in memory of her
husband Lynn W. Clark, for further improvements to the park. Clark Centennial
Park, one of the largest in Longmont, was built in 1974. Covering 48.5 acres,
it features an aquatics facility with indoor pool and weight room, a youth
center, and softball/baseball fields. Heritage Middle School and Loma Linda
Elementary School border the park on the north, while the YMCA is located to the
southwest of the park. The park also features "Dance Steps" a mural on the wall of the Youth Center, commissioned by Art in Public Places
in 1996. The Oligarchy Ditch and Primary greenway runs through the park.
the park restrooms begins October 1.
Dogs allowed on leash, please pick
up after your pet.
- Ball Fields - 4
- Basketball Courts - 1
- Tennis Courts - 2
- Multi-use field - 1
- Volleyball - 2
- Roller Hockey Rink -1
- Playground - Handicap accessible
- Shelter with BBQ pit and 2 tables
- Restrooms - near playground.
- Concession Stand (seasonal)
- Aquatics facility - Centennial Swimming Pool
- Parking spaces - 265 spaces
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