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Visiting a park? Know the rules before you go!
Trees must be protected with padding prior to the installation of the anchor lines.
Anchor lines may not be attached to signs, fencing, light poles, playground equipment, or an other park structures.
Tree trunks must be at least one foot in diameter.
Anchor points cannot be damaged or altered in order to secure an anchor.
Slacklines and ground must be level and parallel to each other.
Slacklines may not exceed 100 feet in length, and may not exceed an elevation of more than 4 feet at the center of the span.
Equipment may not be left unattended and, if not in use, must be immediately taken down.
Slacklines must not interfere with other park activities, nor cross any sidewalks, waterways, bridges, or any other rights-of-way, and are prohibited upon any trail.
Slacklines cannot cross each other.
City personnel, as deemed necessary, may order the removal of a slackline at any time.
Preservation of Clear Creek and Clear Creek’s Banks
It is prohibited for any person to locate, use or bring any of the following goods or articles, which include, but are not limited to: benches, lawn chairs, fire pits, grills, portable outdoor fireplaces, cots, furniture, slides, bicycles and coolers, radio controlled boats (and any other similar object), within Clear Creek and upon the banks of Clear Creek.