Willow Brook Amenities Overview



General Overview


Willow Brook Condominium Association is located in Boulder, Colorado at 63rd Street and Habitat Drive.  The Association consists of 153 condominiums and was established in 1983.  The Association maintains the common areas and monitors and enforces the covenants.

Pool & Hot Tub


What better way to enjoy summer than with Willow Brook Condominium’s pool? Open during the summer season, the pool is a wonderful place for water aerobics, swimming or enjoying a book by the water. 

Hours: 7:00 AM – 10:30 PM
Access: Access is permitted to all owners.  An access key provided by the Association.  Receive an access key by contacting our Community Manager.

***Note – Access may be prevented or rescinded if homeowner accounts become delinquent or non-complaint. 
 
 

Tennis Courts


With the wonderful weather in Colorado, Willow Brook Condominium’s tennis courts always give you an excuse to get outside. Enjoy a game of tennis on the one court without having to leave the community! 

Hours: 7:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Access: Access is permitted to all owners.  An access key provided by the Association.  Receive an access key by contacting our Community Manager.

***Note – Access may be prevented or rescinded if homeowner accounts become delinquent or non-complaint. 
 

Gazebo


Within Willow Brook Condominium is a gazebo/pergola available for homeowner use. This amenity is a wonderful place to enjoy friends, have lunch, or even host full-blown social gatherings outside.

Hours: 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM 
Access: A key can be obtained through the reservation process.  Click here for reservation applications. 

***Note – Access may be prevented or rescinded if homeowner accounts become delinquent or non-complaint. 
 

Gunbarrel Park


Right next to the community is “Gunbarrel Park” which is owned and maintained by the city.  It sure feels like it is part of the community though and is open for use by all residents.  This amenity is a wonderful place to enjoy friends, have lunch, or even host full-blown social gatherings outside.  

***All maintenance and rule-enforcement is conducted by the city (not the homeowners association). 
 

Community Garden


Within the Association is a community garden in which homeowners can apply for a plot of their own to grow as many crops as you would like!  There is a fee, an application, and a wait-list so be sure to get everything submitted if you’re interested in growing your own veggies and herbs!

***There are rules specific to the garden plots.  Please be sure to read them prior to planting.