Douglas County Regional Parks – Turf Alternatives

Located between the Denver and Colorado Springs metropolitan areas, Douglas County sits in the transition between the grasslands of the Great Plains to the east, and the Rocky Mountain foothills to the west, and ranges in elevation from 5,380 to 9,836 feet above sea level. This area is somewhat arid and receives approximately 12 –15 inches of rainfall per year. Not only is Douglas County very diverse geographically, it has also been one of the fastest growing counties in the …


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