The Denver Borough park system currently includes a variety of active and passive recreational facilities including baseball/softball fields, basketball courts, a Recreation Center, a Scout House, walking trails, assorted pavilions, barbecue facilities, playground facilities, and a fishpond. The facilities include a mix of traditional park and playground facilities such as swings and slides, as well as more modern facilities such as a roller skating/ice skating rink and a Skate and Bike Park.
The regional recreation programs and activities held in the Denver park system include baseball and softball practices and games coordinated by the Cocalico Baseball Organization (CBO); football and cheerleading practices held by the Cocalico Midget Football Association (CMFA); lacrosse games and practices held by the Cocalico Lacrosse Association; gymnastic programs held at the Denver Recreation Center; boy scout and venture scout meetings and programs; the renting of pavilions used by families and businesses in the area for reunions, barbecues, and picnics; the local consortium who provides summer lunches for children in the community two (2) times per week at the Park; and as the location of the annual Denver Community Fair.
The following organizations provide recreation and open space programs in the Borough of Denver’s park system. Please click on the link below for additional information concerning programs, schedules, and registration requirements: