Gandi Park photos courtesy of McDel Publishing
Gandi Park overlooks Collbran and the Plateau Valley. Yes, that's the Grand Mesa you see in the background. Gandi Park features two fenced tennis courts, a baseball field, and a grassy area which includes a covered picnic area; playground equipment and public restrooms are also available.
Lilac Park is more in the center of town, at the corner of Elm and Branch Streets. More the size of a large yard, Lilac Park is a great gathering place to let the children play while the parents visit. Benches and a picnic table are waiting for you here.
Terrell Park is located on the East end of Collbran. The park includes a large, covered picnic area and many picnic tables for larger groups. Playground equipment, restrooms, and a large parking lot are also available. A baseball field, which is utilized by the Town Recreation Department, is the other main attraction at this park.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the Town of Collbran has a total area of approximately 1/2 mile square. (It's actually 2 blocks wide by about 12 blocks long). View Maps
Collbran's population is 628.
Three parks and the rodeo grounds add to the charm of our small town that is already surrounded by the Grand Mesa, BLM, and Vega State Park. More info on surrounding recreation
Park Sign Pictures courtesy of McDel Publishing
The American Servicewomen's Memorial was the first monument erected in the US to honor servicewomen. Yes, in Collbran Colorado! Dick Cummins, deceased, led the American Legion project which was completed in 1976.
The Town of Collbran received a donation from the Women's Army Corps Veterans Association, Mile Hi Chapter #76,
in honor and in memory of
Photo on left by John Rule; Photo right by Dick Cummins