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Contact Information


Parks Reservations or Horse Country Arena Reservations: Nancy Doerer 970-874-0923 or email nancy@cityofdelta.net

Parks Department & Reservations, 531 N. Palmer Street, Delta, CO 81416

Tony Bohling - Parks Supervisor tony@cityofdelta.net Phone: 970-874-7973 Fax: 970-874-6931

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reservations

City of Delta
Various parks or sections of parks have a fee attached for exclusive use by private parties. The fee allows the group to establish a specific area for special events such as weddings, reunions, concerts, and personal instruction.
FEES
The fees for the park facilities listed below are $30.00 per half day and $50.00 per day plus a $50.00 refundable damage deposit. If electricity is required there is an additional $5.00 charge.
Horse Country Arena

Horse Country Arena is a facility that is available to horse owners to reserve as a rental for events, and also has open times for horse training. The scheduled maintenance hours are 9:00 a.m. to noon on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

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parks available

City of Delta
The City of Delta's 382 acre park system encompasses ten parks throughout the city with ten miles of urban trails and a city-wide flower and landscaping program.
Parks Available

Riley Pavilion / Cleland Park

Confluence Park Fitness Trail Map

Pow Wow Arbor

Bob Jay Park

Lions Club Pavilion

Mountain View Pavilion

Park Shelters (Misc)

Shade Pavilion Island

Emerald Hills Park

Cottonwood Park

Tamarac Park: no charge, reserve by permit only

our parks

City of Delta

  • Riley Pavilion / Cleland Park - 8th & Howard Streets
    Clevland Park offers a large pavilion, volleyball courts, six lighted tennis courts, children's playground equipment and several acres of picnic sites. One of the newest features of the park comes from the passing of old trees that now have a presence as a chainsaw sculptured tree garden. The park is the primary location for Deltarado Days, an annual community festival.
  • Confluence Park - Kellog Street (off of N. Palmer Street)
    This park is 265 acres; recreation center, living history museum, 5 miles of trails, picnic shelters, large group pavilion, 350 seat skate park,70 acre lake, tennis courts, desingated wildfowl area. There is also a ball field complex that features T-ball, pitching league, little ladies softball, soccer and flag football.
  • Lions Pavilion - Confluence Park - N. Palmer Street
    Lion Pavilion may be rented for events. There are tables, electricity and a play structure.
  • Park Shelters - Various Parks
    Parks Shelters may be rented for events.
  • Pow Wow Arbor
    Located across from the Bill Heddles Recreation Center.
  • Bob Jay Park - 4th & Columbia Streets
    2 acres, playground, picnic tables and outdoor basketball court.
  • Mountain View Park - F25 Road
    Mountain View Park is the site of three lighted softball fields that host all City programmed softball teams, slow pitch and fast pitch, along with the Delta High School girl's softball team. 39.5 acres; softball & baseball fields, playground, restrooms, picnic shelters.Loreps sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit.
  • Cottonwood Park - H75 Rd & 1675 Rd
    Cottonwood Park, which was formerly Cottonwood Golf Course, will soon be the location of three full conference size soccer fields. It is a 64 acre parcel owned by the City of Delta.
  • Tamarac Park - 12th & Bluff Streets
    7.5 acres; a formal as well as natural setting located under the Garnet Mesa Bluff.