O'Fallon Park


Address: 2 mi. N.E. of Evergreen

A Denver mountain park of 860 acres, the last major acquisition in 1938, forms a continuous area with Pence Park on the south and Corwina Park on the north. It has trails, fireplaces and picnic grounds. Named after the donor, Martin O'Fallon, an Irish immigrant, plumbing supply owner, Catholic layman and philanthropist. The park, in combination with Corwina and Pence Parks, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places (5JF643) on December 28, 1990.
Quad Map/Date: Evergreen, 1965 (1979)
Sec/Town/Range: S1, T5S, R71W
Elevation: 7200
Source: Sternberg, "Evergreen Our Mountain Community," p. 105.
Last Modified: Fri, March 17 1995
 


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