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South Suburban launches interactive parks, trails and facility maps

Jun 24 2020

South Suburban Park and Recreation District’s (SSPRD) new interactive trails, and parks and facilities maps provide a more robust experience and offer easy access to SSPRD’s amenities. The maps allow users more functionality and customization than ever before via their mobile or desktop device.

The maps were created using ArcGIS Online and are now available on South Suburban’s website. They profile 100 park sites, 26 open spaces and cover elevation profiles for 54.2 miles of trail.

South Suburban Parks and Facilities Map

Features include:

  • Search functionality for all SSPRD parks and facilities
  • Background viewing controls
  • Layer controls with the ability to turn on/off features
  • Parks locator that shows all parks/facilities within a user specified distance of their location or a manually entered location pin
  • Directions tab that allows for multiple locations
  • Filtering options that allow you to search parks or facilities by certain amenities

South Suburban Trails Map

Features include:

  • Search function for all SSPRD trails
  • Background viewing controls
  • Layer controls with the ability to turn on/off features
  • Elevation profile for each major trail.

SSPRD provides and manages parks, trails, open space and recreation facilities and programs for nearly 157,000 residents living in Littleton, Lone Tree, Sheridan, Columbine Valley, Bow Mar, western Centennial and portions of unincorporated Jefferson, Douglas and Arapahoe counties.