Aliases: Salisbury Equestrian Park, Parker Regional Park, East Bank Park
With a trail along Cherry Creek, Salisbury is a nice spot to look for birds. This park has patches of woodland and a nice small pond and is best during migration, when any number of species could show up. The pond itself often has quite a few ducks on it during the fall and early spring, and the open habitats sometimes have sparrow flocks and the odd Northern Shrike. Be sure to check out the Parker Arboretum, where the town of Parker grows a variety of trees that may one day take root in one of the parks.
Directions: From Denver: go south on I-25 to Lincoln Ave. Head east on Lincoln Ave. to CO 83/South Parker Rd. and head south to South Pine Dr/Indian Pipe Ln. Go west on Indian Pipe Ln and then take an immediate turn north into the parking lot. The sign reads McCabe Meadows. This is the best access to this area for birding purposes. (The primary access to Salisbury Park is located on Motsenbocker Rd, west of McCabe Meadows.)
Dates of Access: Open all year
Hours: 6:00 am to 11:00 pm daily
Restrictions: Please obey all rules and regulations.
Parking: Paved parking area
Lodging: Hotels in Parker
Handicapped Access: Yes
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