Sand Creek Greenway Segments

The Sand Creek Regional Greenway traverses 14 miles along and over some of the major byways and highways of North/Northeast Denver/Northwest Aurora. Yet the entire time you’re enjoying the trail, you’ll enjoy wilderness in the city.

From the sprawling soccer fields in Aurora to the confluence of the Platte River and the Sand Creek, you’ll pass by two nature centers, an old runway, historic Danish pig farms, metro Denver’s storm water runoff treatment plant, and even an oil refinery. You’ll always be within sight of hawks, deer, beaver, prairie dogs, dragonflies, and red-winged blackbirds, among other wildlife.

We’ve broken the Greenway into 4 segments averaging 4 miles a piece. Feel free to combine segments, break them in half, or attempt the entire Greenway in a day You decide how you want to walk the Sand Creek Regional Greenway by yourself, or if you want, Hire a Guide! Check the posts at the right for trail head and trail end information.

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