A sanctuary from the everyday, the 26-acre Chapungu Sculpture Park (pronounced cha-poon-goo) is the only permanent exhibit of its kind in the U.S. Located east of The Promenade Shops at Centerra off Centerra Parkway and Hwy. 34 in Loveland, the public park features 82 African stone sculptures carved by artists from Zimbabwe. The artwork is positioned among water features, a 1.5 mile walking trail, benches for seating and community gathering areas.
Chapungu Sculpture Park is also the perfect place to hold your next fundraiser, wedding, concert, company picnic or corporate retreat. Tents and power are available for the main stage and open lawn areas, located on the north end of the park behind Macy’s. The park can facilitate a 300-person event or be transformed into an intimate setting for that special occasion. To make a reservation, call 970-962-0011.
- Free admission & open to the public
- 26 acres
- 82 hand-carved stone sculptures
- 600 trees (20 different species), over 2,300 native shrubs, and over 7,000 ornamental grasses
- Wildlife including deer, geese, ducks, songbirds, raccoons, fox, and frogs
- 1.5 miles of concrete pathway/fine gravel trail
- 114 signs installed at the park including main entry, directional, interpretive, and sculpture identification
- 30 benches, gathering plazas, and sitting areas
- Two bridges and 11 access paths into the park (6 originating from the Promenade Shops)
- Restroom on site (during summer hours)
- Dog-friendly with pet water fountain
- handicapped accessible
- Opened in 2007
- Developed by McWhinney and African Art Promotions