Ramble Park is the most traditional in its design. But it's never boring. It's a place for active families to experience all our community has to offer. And at the center of it all is a park by the same name, where you can kick a ball. Run around. And start or join an impromptu game or gathering.
This neighborhood is defined by a singular slope that terraces down to Ramble Park, which means fun is never far. With a view of the covered bridge that sits at the entrance of The Canyons, you'll always have a reminder of just how unique the neighborhood is.
Wild Oak neighborhood feels as if it was set amongst the Gambel Oak, careful to preserve its surroundings. Adjacent to the neighborhood is a park that bears its namesake—a heritage Wild Oak tree that stands as a focal point, and example of how the landscape in The Canyons has been respectfully protected.
First Light is our largest neighborhood, and consists of a wide variety of ranch style and paired homes with main-floor masters and less stairs. Rolling hills provide an undulating landscape, and some say the best views reside in this part of the community.
The neighborhood park, The Lawn at First Light, is as intimate as it sounds, and is a quiet refuge where you can sit around with a glass of wine. Take in the amazing views. Or have small gatherings in the three-season pavilion.
Peregrine is a little more set apart, in location and exclusivity. Situated adjacent to Reuter-Hess Reservoir, the neighborhood is close to both nature and open space. Which means you’ll have more than a beautiful home—you’ll have breathtaking surroundings.
So much to do. So many ways to enjoy The Canyons. Enjoy coffee with neighbors at The Exchange. Take in an outdoor concert. Relax by the resort-style pool. Or enjoy the fresh air and fire pit on the outdoor patio. All of these wonderful ways to spend the day will be at Canyon Village, where our community will come to vibrant, wonderful life.
Our trail system is truly what you make of it. Bike or run longer distances on our single-track trail, or enjoy a scenic walk on one of the shorter trails—each named after the tributary nearby. With 15 miles of paved and soft-surface paths to enjoy, you can have a new adventure every day.
The area that surrounds our community in Castle Pines, Colorado is pretty spectacular, too. Take a look at what’s nearby.