Hideaway Park and Concert Venue

Winter Park, Colorado

On any day in the middle of the picturesque mountain downtown of Winter Park and Fraser Valley, a flurry of outdoor activity is going on at Hideaway Park--winter, spring, summer and fall. Located in the original Hideaway Village before annexation in 1978 to become Winter Park, Hideaway Park is a bustling outdoor setting for play, active and passive recreation, gatherings, festivals, concerts, performances, and other special events.  

The first phase of the park expansion in 2010 was designed to complement the beautiful mountainous Frasier Valley and Winter Park community. Playing on the regional context, design elements mimic the colors, textures, patterns and geometries of creeks and the dramatic surrounding mountain setting. The 2016 phase added the iconic permanent performance stage by Semple Brown design.

Park Features

  • Concert stage
  • Amphitheater/Sledding hill
  • Firepits
  • Playground
  • Climbing wall
  • Picnic spots
  • Event spaces for performances, community events, music festivals
  • Tensile shade shelters able to withstand heavy snow loads
  • Radiant heated paving for snowmelt, allowing wintertime use
  • Skate park (separate project by Grindline Skateparks)
  • Natural areas
  • Soft-surface path along Vasquez Creek
  • Variety of art using boulders, metal, wood and etched concrete
  • Interpretive features like the Antler Gateway by Chevo Studios
  • State-of-the-art concert venue with a soaring iconic permanent stage by Semple Brown Design
  • Full-service performance amenities including a green room and VIP areas

More Info:

Get info about Winter Park summer festivals and updates for the Winter Park Jazz Festival

 

Design Merit Award

American Society of
Landscape Architects, Colorado

 
 
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