Pinery Pointe HOA, is a neighborhood consisting of 64 unique homes. Located in unincorporated Douglas County between the towns of Parker and Franktown and is a short drive to Denver and Colorado Springs. It is not unusual to see a variety of animals including deer, squirrels, fox, coyote, antelope, wild turkey and other wildlife. Homeowners can also take a short trip to the local lake where they can observe water fowl, people fishing, and stroll or run on the path around it.
The views from some of the homes provide for some wonderful pictures of the mountain range, with sunsets and sunrises that are vibrant. Our community is a mix of both new homeowners and those that have been here since the beginning of the community's development in 1996. We strive to consistently maintain a high standard of living within our community and our resident's are top priority.
Homes in Pinery Pointe are a short distance, walk or a golf cart ride to the private country club. The Pinery Country Club is not affiliated with Pinery Pointe HOA. Memberships are available for those who would enjoy golf, tennis, summer pool privileges, and restaurants with their memberships.
Pinery Pointe Filing 20 HOA is an independent HOA that is managed by the community. Homeowners serve on the Board of Directors volunteering their time and talents. Choosing to operate this way as a community has allowed Pinery Pointe to keep the HOA dues controlled over the years. There will be special projects during the year that other homeowners will step up and support the community by volunteering as well.
The HOA Annual meeting is held at the Pinery Fire Station located in the lower level of the building. The meeting schedule and published minutes can be found on our "Board" page
Learn about important Covenants, our
By-Laws and Articles of Incorporation.
You can also find our trash and recycle schedule and HBS recycle guidelines.
Mailbox Standards and Installation Drawings
Access important community resources and important phone numbers, including local law enforcement, emergency response, near-by schools and other important links.
Located In Parker, off of Highway 83 (Parker Road) and N. Pinery Parkway this trail is about 4 miles on County open space tracts and County right-of-way . the trail connects users to the Cherry Creek Regional Trail. Dogs are welcome, but must be on a leash. Parking is available at Bingham Lake and both restrooms and picnic areas are available. This trail and area provide for abundant wildlife and vistas.
Enjoy this 1.0-mile loop trail near Pinery Pointe. Generally it is considered to be an easy route. It takes an average of 19 min to complete. This is a popular trail for birding, fishing, and hiking, but you can still enjoy some solitude during quieter times of day. The trail is open year-round and is beautiful to visit anytime. Dogs are welcome, but must be on a leash.
Blending the time-honored traditions of golf with modern, luxurious amenities, The Pinery Country Club in Parker re-defines the private club experience. Distinctly family-friendly, the club boasts 27 holes of magnificent golf; an array of golf, tennis, fitness, dining and social amenities; and the personalized service and exclusive privileges that have earned it recognition among the finest private golf and lifestyle clubs in Colorado.
Did you know - Parker is a home rule municipality in Douglas County. As a
self-declared "town" under the home rule statutes, Parker is the second most populous town in the county; with Castle Rock being the first. The name of the settlement was changed to Parker in 1882. It was first called Parkers' for the two brothers and largest landowners, but the apostrophe was later dropped. That year, the Denver and New Orleans Railroad completed the initial railroad route
that provided service between
Denver, Parker, and Colorado Springs.
We invite you to visit parkeronline.org
an excellent source of information
for the Parker, Colorado community.
The "Talk of the Town" newsletter will
keep you apprised of the latest community news and events.
Castlewood Canyon State Park is a Colorado state park near Franktown, Colorado. The park protects a unique part of Colorado's history (the Castlewood Canyon Dam).
Nature lovers and groups enjoy environmental diversity on several hiking trails ranging from mild to moderate. Remnants of geologic and local history combine when the then Castlewood Dam burst in 1933, sending a
15-foot-high wave of water into Denver.
Ruins of the original ill-fated dam and the historic homestead still exist for hikers to see.
We are located in the Pinery, South of Parker, Colorado
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