Welcome to Greenwood Village

Located in Arapahoe County, a short distance south of Denver, Greenwood Village is a fine place to live or visit. A committment to the arts, recreation and many attractions draw vistors to art exhibits, concerts, cultural events, lectures and much more. First settled in 1860 after the discovery of gold, today's Greenwood Village is a discovery in itself.

The Denver Technological Center
The Denver Tech Center is located in Greenwood Village; it draws visitors to do business and visit its notable occupants, which include Fortune 500 companies. A marker, the DTC Identity Monument, identifies its location close to I-25.

Horseback Riding
Parks and trails for horseback riding are prevalent in Greenwood Village. Some of the exciting venues for riding include Rollin D. Barnard Equestraian Park, Alexander Lane Equestrian Park, Steele Street Equestrian Crossing, and Monaco/Crestline Equestrian Trail.

Marjorie Perry Nature Preserve
With majestic views of the Rocky Mountains, one can relax, restore and reflect while enjoying nature.

William McKinley Carson Park
Visitors and residents alike enjoy the skateboard park here. Adjacent to the City Hall, teens will enjoy intermediate level skating and boarding. A gazebo, picnic tables and hiking trail make it a place for the whole family.

Hiking, biking, and More
Two regional trails traverse Greenwood Village, and visitors can enjoy either the Cherry Creek Trail, running through the eastern portion of the city, or the High Line Canal Trail in the western portion. Nearby Cherry Creek State Park offers a dam trail that heads towards Aurora.

Curtis Arts and Humanities Center
Located in a 1914 schoolhouse that has been lovingly restored, the Center offers concerts and hosts art exhibits. With seven exhibits of art during the year, the visitor is sure to enjoy exciting new work. Located on East Orchard Road, the center is closed on Sunday.

Cherry Creek State Park
A large reservoir is the center of the boating and sailing activities. Model airplane flying, horseback riding, birding, biking on 12 miles of paved trails, cross country skiing, fishing, ice skating, hiking, swimming and picnicking are just some of the many events here. Camping is another of the many exciting adventures.

Hiking and Photography
With stunning views and hiking trails, the photographer is sure to find lots of subjects for spectacular photos. Parks, trails and open space opportunities for exciting shots, and the traveler will return home with great memories of the Greenwood Village landscape.