There’s nothing better than a wetland trail that translates into recreation for your little ones in all seasons. Harriman Lake Park Trail in Littleton, Colorado is a 1.4-mile interpretive hiking trail.
Harriman Lake Park Trail fun facts:
Features: The central point of the park is Harriman Lake, a ditch-fed lake surrounded by prairie habitat. There are plenty of benches on this flat trail and two coered picnic tables on the south side. If you’re looking for vegetation, head east and southeast on the loop. The west end has a small dam that crosses over the stream so bring your rishing rod.
Do you want to keep going? The trail heads west through the park and it runs W. Quincy Avenue and the Lakehurst Village Subdivision entering the Donkey Hill Greenbelt.
Accessibility. Stroller-friendly and could potentially be wheelchair acessible on a well-maintained packed gravel trail. Dogs must be on leash.
Restrooms are portable and clean.
Hot, hot, hot! There are a few shade shelters but be sure to explore this park early-morning or evenings in the summertime and anytime during fall, winter and spring.
Address: Located at the intersection of W Quincy Ave & S. Kipling Pkwy, Littleton, Colorado.
Looking for more ideas? Check out Run, Stroll Hike: A Guide to Family-friendly Trails in and Around Denver.