11920 Motsenbocker Rd.
Description of Salisbury Equestrian Park
Located along Motsenbocker Road just north of the Town's Public Works Department
, this park serves Parker's equestrian community, as well as a variety of youth and adult sports leagues. Thirty acres of the park are undeveloped open space. Youth baseball fields sponsored by the Colorado Rockies are located on the north side of this park. Salisbury's playground encourages creative play, with a non-traditional modern design that appeals to big and little kids alike.
Equestrian features include an arena grandstand, a new lighted arena and parking and landscaping improvements. Salisbury Equestrian Park can be accessed from the east by the Cherry Creek Trail near the McCabe Meadows trailhead.
The equestrian facility at Salisbury Park was recently completed as the result of a cooperative effort between the Town of Parker, several local equestrian groups, Great Outdoors Colorado
(GOCO) and surrounding residents. The park includes a new lighted equestrian arena with bleacher seating for approximately 80 people, warm up arena, renovated dressage arena and a new two-story equestrian building, which includes an office / ticket area, restrooms and a judges' / scorers' observation room. Additional improvements to the site include better vehicular access to the park, additional equestrian parking areas and picnic area, plus a multi-use equestrian field.
From the intersection of Parker Road and Mainstreet, go west on Mainstreet 1.2 miles to Motsenbocker Road. Turn south on Motsenbocker and go 2.1 miles. Salisbury Park is on the east side of Motsenbocker, north of the Town's public works facility.