# Things to do in douglas county
Centennial Ridge Park reopens with all new features
(Lone Tree, Colo.) Centennial Ridge Park will reopen on July 26 after an extensive renovation that is a part of South Suburban Parks and Recreation's five-year capital plan. Becky Grubb, the communications manager for South Suburban, shared that Centennial Ridge is one of six parks under renovation this year.
Find the rubber ducks on the Cherry Creek Trail and collect prizes
A rubber duck hidden along the Cherry Creek Trail.Parker Parks and Recreation. (Parker, Colo.) The Parker Parks and Recreation Duck Hunt is back, and Cherry Creek trail users can find the hidden rubber ducks and trade them in for prizes.
Town council approves Castle Pines disc golf course
(Castle Pines, Colo.) Project plans are officially underway for the Castle Pines disc golf course after the town council approved it earlier this week. Castle Pines plans to build the disc golf course near Hess Road on open space that overlooks the Rueter-Hess reservoir. Plans include the 18-hole course, overlooks with benches, parking, a hiking and biking trail, restrooms, a steel shelter, picnic tables, bear-proof trash cans, a trailhead map and sign structure, bike racks, and dog poop bag pickup stations.
Parker improves O'Brien Park playground
New playground equipment rendering at O'Brien Park.The Town of Parker. (Parker, Colo.) After closing for the summer, the O'Brien Park playground will re-open in November with a completely new and improved look.
Castle Pines opens naming contest for new disc golf course
Rendering of the Castle Pines disc golf course.The City of Castle Pines. (Castle Pines, Colo.) Castle Pines wants the community's help choosing a name for its new disc golf course.
5 things you can do in Douglas County this week
(Douglas County, Colo.) Stay up-to-date with events in Douglas County. This week's events include everything from outdoor concerts to an adult prom. Here are five events happening between May 31 and June 6 to consider adding to your calendar: