South Suburban Closures Due To Stay-At-Home Public Health Order

All playgrounds, golf courses, driving ranges and related golf facilities, tennis/pickleball courts, basketball courts and picnic areas and shelters are closed.

Parks and trails remain open and compliance with social distancing of at least six feet is required.

Violation of the public health order is a class 1 misdemeanor and may be punishable by a fine of up to $5,000 and imprisonment.

Chase Park

Chase Park is named after Mr. Douglas Chase. The Chase family at one time owned all of the land south of Oxford Avenue and east of Federal Boulevard and had a turkey farm. A portion of the farm later became the Rose Gardens subdivision. Property for the park was deeded by Douglas and Elva Chase to the City of Sheridan on March 26, 1973. It was subsequently deeded by the City to South Suburban Park and Recreation District later that year. A second portion was deeded to South Suburban in 1983 by Woodlawn Investments. Additional adjacent property was purchased in 2015 by the City of Sheridan.


Shelter: No
Power Outlet: No
Drinking Fountain: Yes
Grill: No
Restrooms: No
Fields & Courts:
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Parking Spaces:
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Playground: Yes
Shelter Seating Capacity:
Other Information:


2750 W Princeton Place
Sheridan CO, 80110