Englewood’s Parks and Recreation Department offers award-winning recreational amenities and boasts some of the finest neighborhood parks in the region. Englewood has two recreation centers, a first-class golf course, and a popular outdoor aquatics center. Englewood also boasts 12 neighborhood parks and more than eight miles of bike paths connecting cyclists and hikers to regional trail systems.

Englewood Recreation Center

1155 W Oxford Ave
303-762-2680

The Recreation Center is a full-service community facility offering an indoor track, a 25-meter/8-lane swimming pool, a full-size gymnasium, weight training area, racquetball/walleyball courts, a dedicated youth center and classes and activities for all ages.

Broken Tee Englewood Golf Course

2101 W Oxford Avenue
303-762-2670
www.brokenteegolf.com 

Broken Tee boasts an 18-hole Championship Course. This includes a Dye Design front nine, a Dye Design Par 3 Course, driving range, and a practice area, as well as a full-service clubhouse with a pro-shop, restaurant and MetaGolf Learning Center. The course has been named in Golf’s Digest’s “Best Places to Play” list.

Pirates Cove Family Aquatic Center

1225 W Belleview Avenue
303-762-2683
www.piratescovecolorado.com

Pirates Cove, Englewood’s outdoor aquatic facility, is a popular summer destination for people across the metro area. Pirates Cove sports a 35-foot slide tower with three slides, a lazy river, a leisure pool with a large play structure, a 25-meter/6-lane pool, and more. Englewood’s aquatics program was named the top publicly-operated program in the nation by the United States Fitness Association.

Malley Senior Recreation Center

3380 S Lincoln Street
303-762-2660

The Malley Center offers classes and activities in aquatics, outdoor adventures, education, excursions, fitness, arts and crafts, and many drop-in activities and special events that promote healthy aging.

Englewood’s Parks

The City of Englewood has over 250 acres of parks and open space land, including several neighborhood parks located throughout the community. For more details on shelter or playground facilities at each park, visit www.englewoodgov.org.