Maps and Statistics
Regional Trail Maps
Area Trail Maps
- Broomfield County Commons Trail Mileage Map (map for two trail loops around the open space)
- The Field Trail Mileage Map (northeast of Midway Boulevard and Main Street)
- The Field and Civic Center Trail Mileage Map (from the Library/City Building north through The Field Open Space)
- Lac Amora Trails Mileage Map (near Miramonte Boulevard and Oak Circle North - west to Josh's Pond)
Other Maps and Resources
- Open Space, Park, and Other Open Lands Map (11" x 17")
- Peakfinder Graphic to discover the peaks you can see from Broomfield.
- Broomfield residents have experienced coyote encounters. You can view a map of incidents reported in Broomfield since 2009 and a map of 2020 encounters (current through March 2020).
The Broomfield Comprehensive Plan, updated in 2016, has the ambitious goal of providing approximately 40% of Broomfield's planning area as open lands. The term "open lands" is an umbrella concept that refers to open space, parks, and other types of undeveloped lands such as
- Open Space Areas: These areas are parcels intentionally protected from development and set aside for unstructured passive recreation and the appreciation of natural surroundings. They may contain trailheads and trails, fishing facilities, wildlife viewing areas and other facilities that support uses compatible with a site’s natural resources and conditions.
- Parks and Recreational Areas: These areas are the most intensively developed and used types of open lands. They may contain open irrigated turf areas for passive recreation, playing fields, hard courts, picnic areas, restroom facilities and other improvements.
- Other Open Lands: These areas include golf courses, drainage/detention areas and other facility uses.