GARDEN OF THE GODS
1805 North 30th Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80904 Directions
Garden of the Gods is a national monument and a popular park with spectacular geological formations, climbing rocks. The god's foundation has contributed $2.9 million for the restoration and preservation efforts to the god's park garden. You can enjoy hiking, guided nature walks, make sure you check out the visitor and nature center gods garden. It provides free access, great views, immersive museum displays, world-class shopping, and the fun and thrilling film experience of the Geo-Trekker theater. There are more than 15 miles of trails winding through the center of the park, including a 1.5-mile loop that is paved and wheelchair accessible. There are free full-color trail maps at the park.
Segway and Trolley, Forest, Photography, Running, 5K Fun Run, Shopping, Guided Walks, Annual Events, Student Self-Guided Nature Hikes, Biking, Adventure Programs, Lake, Walking, Group Tour, Cafe, Jeep, Junior Rangers, Rock Climbing, Live Web Cam, River, Exhibits, Birding, Wild Flowers & Wildlife
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RED ROCK CANYON OPEN SPACE
3550 West High Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80904 Directions
Red Rock Canyon Open Space is a city park covering 1,474 acres. It provides a series of winding trails through red rock canyons and ridges and offers fantastic views of the Colorado Front Range. The trails are extensive and generally remain on top of the mesa, making them cold and sunny for winter walks. Off-leash dogs have two loops. Park offers spectacular views and protected enclosures for inspiration, varied recreational scenery, and an informative 240 million year slice of sedimentary geology. The free-ride bike park is open.
Birding, Kid Friendly, Nature Trips, Forest Views, Wildlife, Rock Climbing, Horseback Riding, Biking, Trail Running, Dogs on Leash, Wild Flowers, Walking & Mountain
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CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN STATE PARK
410 JL Ranch Heights Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80926 Directions
Cheyenne Mountain State Park is a wonderful park on 2701 acres, which provides 28 miles of groomed trail. All park guests are allowed to display annual park passes or regular park passes on their cars. The national park offers an opportunity to learn about the abundant natural resources of the park while taking a breathtaking view of it. The park provides day-use picnic areas, 61 campsites, an archery range, and 20 miles of walking, biking, and wildlife watching trails. It contains an archery range with a covered shooting line, a restricted draw weight range, and an excellent field/3D range. Total Hookups RV sites and tent campsites are available year-round.
Group Rental Facilities, Wheelchair-Friendly, Wildlife Viewing, Bird and Easy Walks, Tide Pool, Geology, Campground, Family Walks & Picnic Areas