Below is a list of the park pavilions that require a reservation. To reserve a pavilion, click on the RED BUTTON. All other park pavilions are on a first-come, first-served basis. If you have questions, please call the phone #'s listed to the left.
Online and walk-in pavilion reservation opportunities will open on
January 2, 2017 for Thornton residents and February 1, 2017 for nonresidents. A
contract needs to signed for all rentals, we do not accept reservations over
the phone. Permits will be issued for pavilions for events held between April 1
and October 31, 2017.
Thornton Park System
There are twenty-five major parks and sports facilities -- plus innumerable smaller parks, water detention and open space areas -- in the city of Thornton, providing plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation and relaxation for residents and visitors.
The Parks and Forestry Division is responsible for the general maintenance of all the above, and manages the City's forestry program. The Parks and Forestry Division's responsibilities also include mowing, shrub and flower bed management, playground maintenance, and park facility maintenance. This Division also provides landscape and turf care for medians, streetscapes, rights-of-way.