Cherry Hills Land Preserve

Our Vision

Cherry Hills Village is a gem in the middle of one of our nation's largest metropolitan areas. The Cherry Hills Land Preserve was formed to protect and enhance the scenic treasures and open lands that define this community. Through behind the scene efforts much has been accomplished but there is more to do on conservation easements, trail enhancements and other efforts that protect the open lands, rural character and quality of life in Cherry Hills Village. We have compiled this abbreviated list to draw your attention to some of the treasures that the Cherry Hills Land Preserve works to protect and enhance:

  • Scenic long vistas through open fields toward the Front Range
  • Undeveloped open fields
  • Kent Denver School's open space
  • Wildlife corridors and natural wet lands
  • Three miles of the High Line Canal winding through the Village
  • Miles of unpaved trails
  • Public equestrian facilities
  • Open space parks like Three Pond Park, Woodie Hollow, and Blackmer Common
  • Trails and habitats along Little Dry Creek

Thank you for your interest. We hope you will join us in this long term commitment to the open spaces and character that define Cherry Hills Village.

Website Photographs and Images provided by Lori Autterson, Kent Lemon and Klasina VanderWerf

Events & Updates

CHLP Hosts An Inspirational Evening with Photographer and Conservationist, John Fielder On June 24, 2013 John Fielder, a former Village Club member, came back to the club for a land preser... More detail
Third Year for Cherry Hills Land Preserve's Young at Art Event October 17, 2012 The fourth and fifth graders of Cherry Hills Village Elementary School once again ... More detail
High on Country: A Narrative History of Cherry Hills Village The book High on Country: A Narrative History of Cherry Hills Village is now available for purchase ... More detail
Vital Property in Cherry Hills Village Preserved (Cherry Hills Village, CO; March 2008) One of the most beautiful and historic properties in Cherry ... More detail

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The CHLP is based in Cherry Hills Village, Colorado

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