The Denver Memorial Park and Playground is a 12-acre tract of land located on the northern end of Main Street at 801 Main Street, Denver. The Denver Memorial Park consists of the Denver War Memorial; two (2) baseball diamonds; one 3,500-feet linear walking trail; one (1) 100’ X 50’ Roller Skating/Ice Skating Rink; one (1) 80’ x 90’ Skateboard Park; one (1) dog park; three (3) picnic pavilions, one (1) of which includes a stone fireplace; a kitchen; nine (9) charcoal grills; one (1) band stand; 12 picnic tables/benches; a Recreation Center; the Shober Family Scout House; a fish pond; a restroom facility; and a variety of outdoor playground equipment including a Tot Lot and Play Lot.
The Trustees of the Denver Memorial Park (Park Association) own the Denver Memorial Park and Playground. The Trustees include representatives from the following organizations: Trinity United Methodist Church, St. John’s United Church of Christ, Faith United Evangelical Lutheran Church, the Denver Lions Club, the Denver Orioles Nest #54, the Denver Fire Company, and the Denver Fair Committee.
The Park Association has leased the Park to the Borough of Denver for 199 years. The Park Association coordinates the scheduling and use of the park facilities and the Borough is responsible for maintenance, insurance, and coordinating long-term capital projects.