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

Alice Terry Park

The land for this eight-acre park was originally purchased in two parcels by the Sheridan School District in 1958 and 1966. The properly was first leased to the South Suburban Park and Recreation District in 1971. One parcel was deeded to South Suburban in April 1973. Improvements were made in 1974 with a grant from the Colorado Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation with a matching share from South Suburban. The second and remaining portion of land was deeded to South Suburban in 1980. The park and adjacent elementary school is named after Alice Bodine Terry. Alice taught at Fort Logan Elementary School starting in 1932, later she became the Principal, and then finished as the Superintendent of the elementary school district in 1961.


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


4485 S Irving Street
Sheridan, CO 80110