Woodmoor has grown into a thriving semi-rural community governed by the Woodmoor Improvement Association. Since the mid-1980s, some of the open spaces have been replaced with housing developments offering newcomers amenities such as excellent golf courses, parks and trails that complement its rural setting.
The Woodmoor Community Center is a gathering place housed in a renovated barn, offering classes for all ages and providing a unique site for weddings, meetings and receptions. The Woodmoor Commons are areas within the community for designed for residents to enjoy. Trails wind past Twin Ponds Commons, through fields of marsh grass, and around Hidden Pond, where a variety of birds can be seen. The Marsh, the Meadows and North Park are open grass spaces, Piney Trail is an up-hill challenge for most hikers one and Toboggan Hill is a favorite place to sled in the winter.
Golf is a popular pastime in the Woodmoor and residents can choose from either public or private courses. Woodmoor Pines Golf Course is a private 18-hole 6,700-yard, par-72 course located in the Woodmoor development east of I-25 and Monument. Nearby, King’s Deer public golf course offers a challenging course dotted with bunkers and water hazards, located among the King’s Deer Subdivision. Glen Eagle Golf Club is a semi-private 18-hole golf course featuring 7,276 yards of golf with a course rating of 74.2 and a slope rating of 132.
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