The Majestic View Nature Center is the City of Arvada’s environmental education facility. We offer many school and group programs to engage kids with nature. Using the nature trails, wetland areas and prairie ecosystems to explore, we connect thousands of kids with Arvada’s parks to better understand nature.
We also provide programs for everyone with our public programming, from toddlers to adults, to connect all ages in our community with the wonder of nature.
This 80-acre park holds Oberon Lake, a wildlife resting area, along with several other protected areas for local and migratory wildlife marked by signage. These areas are a sanctuary for birds, reptiles, mammals, fish, and other creatures to thrive in their natural habitat.
You can often see migratory species throughout the year as they stop here to rest, and find food and safety. To ensure they continue to thrive here at Oberon Lake, we request that visitors don't harass, feed, or attempt to catch any wildlife (no fishing).
Majestic View Park is open from sunrise to sunset. No alcohol or amplified music is allowed in the park.
All animals must be on a leash and you must pick up your pet waste (horses, dogs, cats, or any pet you decide to walk through the park).