Eleanor M. Wyatt/Centennial Park

Location: 
Kennedy Dr. & Melody Dr.

After spending a day shopping at the Northglenn Marketplace, Eleanor M. Wyatt/Centennial Park is a perfect place to unwind and take a nice little stroll.

This park is the home of the Centennial Bell flower bed, a native flower bed, and the Rose Garden, maintained by the Northglenn Garden Club.

Despite its small size, the park is home to two of the city's prominent art works - the Centennial Bell and Art on Parade winner Double Spinner. Also, in 2016, the city added a sculpture garden to the park. The Eye, Butterfly Tree, The Shaman and Windswept, were the first additions.

In dedication of the Nation’s 200th Anniversary and the State of Colorado’s 100th Anniversary, a time capsule is buried in the park, and is scheduled to be opened on August 1, 2026, and then re-buried until July 4, 2076.

This park was originally named the “Civic Gardens,” and was re-named after Eleanor M. Wyatt in 1981 for her contribution and dedication to the Northglenn Metropolitan Recreation District and the Northglenn Garden Club.

Acres: 
2.66 Acres
Playground: 
No
Picnic Tables: 
No
Restrooms: 
No
Information Boards: 
No
Flower Beds: 
Yes
Pavilion: 
No
Other Features: 

City of Northglenn
11701 Community Center Drive
Northglenn, CO 80233
303-451-8326