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The Newlin Gulch Trail connects residents in west Parker to two regional recreational amenities: The 64-acre Challenger Regional Park; and the Cherry Creek Regional Trail which covers 40 miles across three counties.
The concrete trail parallels the intermittent waterway of the same name. It begins in the Stonegate neighborhood, beside Pine Grove Elementary and heads east towards the park, crossing under Jordan Road and Lincoln Avenue in order to reach it. The Jordan-Lincoln intersection is a commercial area with a variety of businesses; on top of simply getting out to exercise or enjoy the outdoors, the trail provides a safe commute to those places on foot or by bike, rather than using a car.
The trail curves around the perimeter of Challenger Regional Park, which features picnic facilities, playgrounds and sports fields for soccer, baseball and football. Parking and restrooms can also be found here.
Parking, restrooms and picnic tables can be found at Challenger Regional Park (17301 East Lincoln Avenue, Parker, CO).
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