Boulder - (none)Edit
- In 2003 there was a club called "Boulder Petanca Club". But it no longer exists and its old website is now the property of some French organization.
Colorado Springs - Pikes Peak Pétanque Club at the European CaféEdit
- For a casual game and great food, go to the European Café and Restaurant, 1015 W. Colorado Avenue, Colorado Springs (map)
- Players get together all year long.
- Summer schedule is on Thursday or Friday evenings starting at 5 pm.
- Fall-Winter-Spring schedule is on Saturday or Sunday starting with brunch around noon.
- For more information, contact Virginia Fox via email at: vkfox (at) vkfox (dot) com
- Jon Duvall and others used to call themselves "Colorado Springs Petanque Club" and play in Memorial Park - (Map) Now Jon has move to Bloomington, Illinois and formed the Bloomington-Normal Petanque Club.
Denver - Mile High Pétanque Club / West Central Suburbian Boules LeagueEdit
- We post meeting dates and locations on our Facebook page -- https://www.facebook.com/WCSBL
- We play on numerous suitable terrains across the Denver metro area.
- During the summer, we play every Sunday 1-5pm at Centennial Gardens, 1101 Little Raven St., Denver, Colorado 80202. (map)
- Between November and December, we play (weather permitting) every other Saturday 1-5pm (or dark) at Commons Park, 1550 Platte Street, Denver, CO 80202 (or 1800 Little Raven St.) (map)
- David Keil discovered pétanque while living in western France in 1998. When David and wife Delphine bought a house in Denver, they constructed a backyard piste. Others in the Denver metro area were doing the same thing. In 2007, David and some of his friends who also had private pistes established the West Central Suburbian Boules League (WCSBL). Incresing popularity of pétanque created a need to expand into public spaces that could accommodate more players of different skill levels. With that in mind, the Mile High Pétanque Club was created in 2013. They now get together and play at Centennial Gardens.
- We are an FPUSA member club. See FPUSA for email and contact information.
Denver - Centennial GardensEdit
Denver - Commons ParkEdit
- Perhaps the largest area of open space terrains
- Even gravel surface
- Located downtown Denver beneath the Millennium Bridge and the Platte River
Denver - César Chávez ParkEdit
- Two bocce courts and a playground for kids
Fort Collins - Fort Collins Petanque ClubEdit
- We believe that there is a club in Fort Collins, with members Nick and Andre Pelissier.
- More information may be available from the Mile High Petanque Club.
Grand Junction - Grand Valley PetanqueEdit
- The Facebook group for Grand Valley Petanque was created to promote the game of petanque in Grand Junction, Colorado.
Lakewood - Belmar Park Edit
- Gravel playing surfaces can be found throughout the park
- Best area appears to be at the end of the Lakewood Heritage Center
Louisville - Memory Square ParkEdit
- Challenging dirt surface, one of the many Bocce courts in Louisville
- Two, very long courts which can be cut in half to create four pétanque terrains
Louisville - Louisville Community ParkEdit
- Three beautiful bocce courts centrally located in the park
- Very even and smooth surface with long, straight roll out