Butterfield Crossing Park
Butterfield Crossing Park improvements 2022-2023
For more than three decades Butterfield Crossing Park has been home to countless swim lessons, youth sports practices and community events. Beginning in May, the beloved community park will undergo renovations to improve accessibility, address life-cycle replacements and enhance the user experience.
Before construction begins, fencing will be installed around the perimeter of the park. The pool and the north synthetic fields will remain open during construction. The plaza will remain open as much as possible. The main walkway to and from Meadow View Elementary will remain open until school is out for summer break. The sidewalks along Meadows Boulevard and Butterfield Crossing Drive will remain open throughout the project.
Be aware that parking at the park will be reduced during construction. Parking will be available along Butterfield Crossing Drive and at Meadow View Elementary during the summer.
Butterfield Crossing Park renovations are expected to be complete in spring 2023. Please view the project news release for additional information.
|Adopted: Post Partners|
|Multipurpose fields: for field information or to request a field, email Athletics|
|Outdoor pool: Butterfield Crossing Pool|
|Playground: 5-12 years|
|Restroom: permanent restrooms during season; portable restrooms during winter|
|Synthetic turf multipurpose field: for field information or to request a field, email Athletics|
|Special comments: Butterfield Park project updates|
|Number of People||Cost|
|1-49 people||$50 per 5-hour block|
|50-99 people||$100 per 5-hour block|
|100-150 people||$150 per 5-hour block|
|150+ people||Special events require a Town permit. Learn more about planning a special event. For questions on the application, call 720-724-2010 or email.|
Tables: Six rectangular (seats six to eight per table)
Pavilions are open for general use November through February. Rental requests will be accepted starting Feb. 15 of each year for March through October of that current year.
An approved alcohol permit allows for possession and consumption only; it does not allow for service or selling of alcohol. No glass containers are permitted. When requesting an alcohol permit, please request this in the comments section on the online request form. Approval will show on the rental confirmation.
Inflatable structures shall be inspected and will need to be anchored to the ground or other ballast by the industry's best standards. Before your event, contact the Fire Department at 303-660-1066 to schedule an inspection to verify if everything is anchored appropriately. Driving on grass or paths is prohibited and caution needs to be used to avoid sprinklers and irrigation during set up and tear down.
The contractor will need a generator and insurance that additionally insures the Town as below:
|General Liability Insurance|
Minimum Coverage: $1,000,000
Cancellation Period: 30 days
Additionally Insured: Town of Castle Rock, its officers, officials and employees
- Requesting the park pavilion does not reserve the athletic field as well.
- All other park amenities may be used on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Gas grills are allowed, however, charcoal grills are not. Also, at times, Town fire restrictions may prohibit the use of all grills. Visit the Town’s fire restrictions website for more information.