Play it safe at South Suburban!

Thank you for being a loyal and supportive patron of South Suburban Parks and Recreation. We appreciate your patience and understanding during our closures due to COVID-19.

South Suburban wants you to play it safe! Several of our facilities are opening in accordance with the Safer at Home guidelines. Learn more at

Barnes Park

This park is 1.3 acres in size and was used by the Sheridan Volunteer Fire Department for many years. Work was completed on the park by the volunteers the 1960s. On June 16, 1968 the volunteer firefighters dedicated Barnes Park. The property was owned by Dr. Brodo and Charlotte Barnes. They leased the park for fifteen years to the City of Sheridan on July 15, 1972. On September 30, 1980 the park was subleased to the South Suburban Park and Recreation District which allowed the District to further develop the park. The park was subsequently deeded to the South Suburban Park and Recreation District by Dr. and Mrs. Barnes in 1983.


Shelter: No
Power Outlet: No
Drinking Fountain: No
Grill: No
Restrooms: No
Fields & Courts: Baseball Field
Fields Maps: Show Field Map
Parking Spaces:
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Playground: Yes
Shelter Seating Capacity:
Other Information: 2 Horsehoe Pits


2000 W Girard Avenue
Sheridan CO, 80110