Fellin Park

***Camping is not allowed in any City park***

Fellin_Park_August_3_2011_2011-08-03_011Located next to the famous Ouray Hot Springs Pool, Fellin Park is also commonly referred to as the Hot Springs Park. The large park gets its name from the Fellin family who deeded the land to the City of Ouray in 1924.

Much like the City of Ouray itself, Fellin Park has always maintained its beauty and character. Over the years the park has grown and expanded to provide many ‘extras’. Ouray residents and visitors enjoy these amenities which include: a large playground, skate park, ¼ mile asphalt track, picnic areas, gazebo, basketball and pickleball court, as well as the Smokey Joe Wood baseball field which is where the famous Smokey Joe Wood used to play as a child when his family lived in Ouray.

FestivalFellin Park has hosted countless weddings, reunions, birthdays, concerts, races (both foot and bicycle), softball games, community movie nights, as well as being the main gathering spot for viewing the fireworks on the 4th of July each year. Whatever your event might be, Fellin Park is the perfect place to host it.

Park Use Application

Reservations for the picnic area, gazebo, or entire park can be made by calling:

Event and Communications Coordinator