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This charming town provides it all. Take a stroll around Main Street and enjoy all that Parker has to offer including quaint coffee shops, paint your own pottery and charming hair salons like Me Me Me Salon. Let the fun begin at Parker Days! In the summer, downtown Parker’s Main Street closes off and people come from all around to ride the rides, the Ferris wheel, eat great local foods and listen to live bands. It is fun for all. Cool off in the summer at H2O'Brien Outdoor Pool featuring two 182' water slides, a waterworks play structure, a spray garden, sprays and geysers, a circulation and lap pool, a concession area and a shade pavilion.


The Town of Parker encompasses 20.8 square miles and is located in northern Douglas County uniquely situated between Colorado’s two largest cities, Denver and Colorado Springs. Parker, Colorado offers easy access to I-25 and E-470, as well as to Denver International Airport.


Parker is a well-planned progressive community, offering a Recreation center, Lifetime Fitness and Parker Adventist Hospital. Residents enjoy the efficient transportation system, expansive open space and trails, recreational amenities, opportunities for community involvement and superior schools. Parker is the proud host community for the LPGA’s 2013 Solheim Cup.




  • Parker Ranks 29th in 2011’s Best Place to Live - CNN Money Magazine
  • Douglas County Ranks 7th on Nations Richest County List - Forbes
  • Douglas County Ranks 4th in Where the Jobs Are Growth - CNN Money
  • Colorado Ranks 5th in America’s Top States for Business - CNBC


Community Snapshot

  • Population: 45,758
  • Trade Area Population: 126,000
  • Median Age: 35.82
  • Median Household Income: $90,808
  • Number of Households: 20,646
  • Median Home Value: $289,473