Centennial Park & Ballfields
977 W 1st Street - Loveland, CO
(Located at the corner of 1st Street & Taft Avenue) across from Jayhawker Ponds
- Shelter (seats 72; reservable for up to 150 people)
- Six 12 foot tables
- Six electrical outlets
- Two grills
- Restrooms (flush)
- Restrooms (port-o-lets)
- Baseball Fields, with programs by the Loveland Baseball Association (LBA)
- Inline Hockey Rink
- Drinking Fountain
(City concessions trailer may be on-site for games)
- Horseshoe Pits
- Recreational Trail Access
- Ponds (fishing) at Jayhawker Ponds and River's Edge Natural Area
- Handicap Accessible
Would you like a Shelter Reservation?
To make your reservation, please stop by the Parks and Recreation Administration Office, located at 500 E Third Street, Suite 200 - during regular business hours of Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:30pm. You may also choose to reserve this facility ONLINE through the WebTrac Online Facility Reservations.
Centennial Park History & Project Information:
The park was developed as a community park in the mid-1970’s.
Centennial Park Ball Fields-
Construction of the original baseball/softball complex was accomplished using volunteer labor and donations from the Loveland Baseball Association as well as the City of Loveland, and other community groups. The original five fields have served as host to thousands of Loveland’s youth over the years.
The Centennial Park ball field renovation project completed in 2005, includes improvements on Field #4 and Field #5, new backstops and dugouts on several fields, a new core building with concessions, and an elevated core area for improved spectator viewing, refurbished bleachers and new seating areas, turf and irrigation replacement, landscaping and fencing improvements, and a new entryway.
Design services were provided by EDAW, Inc. of Fort Collins, with construction management/general contractor services provided by Sinnett Builders of Fort Collins.
The Centennial renovation project was completed, and the Grand Opening happened on May 6th, 2005.
It's an Award Winning Park!
The Centennial Park Renovation Project landed the City of Loveland Parks & Recreation Department a Gold Hard Hat Award at the Silver level for "Outstanding Landscape Project"
from Hilb Rogal & Hobbs.
The City of Loveland, Parks and Recreation Department received the 2008 Columbine Award for "Renovation Project Design" from the Colorado Parks and Recreation Association (CPRA)
on September 24, 2008 during a luncheon at Vail Marriot Hotel.
The award recognized the restoration of the ball field complex at Centennial Park in 2005 and for the City’s commitment to maintaining quality parks facilities and the long term support of youth sports facilities. Landscape architecture firm EDAW nominated the project for the award.