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The 40,000 square foot competition-size skate park located in Memorial Park at the corner of Pikes Peak Ave. and Union Blvd. was professionally designed and constructed. Located in Memorial Park, the facility welcomes incline skaters, skateboarders and BMX bikers.
100 acres of trails and open space. Wheelchair accessible, picnic shelter, restroom, trails, access to the Mesa Valley Trail. Beidleman Environmental Center: environmental programs, multi-use room, kitchen facilities.
This beautiful and remote area opened in the fall of 2014 after being closed to the public for 100+ years. Hiking, biking, fishing horseback riding on the southern slope of Pikes Peak - by permit only, seasonal. 10-mile out-and-back trail takes you by 3 reservoirs.
St. Mary's Falls Trail is one of the more popular trails near the North Cheyenne Canon Park. The trail starts out on Upper Gold Camp Road, proceeds over the closed railroad tunnel and follows a creek until you reach the beautiful falls.
Stanley Canyon Trail is located within the grounds of the US Air Force Academy. It is a steep hike that leads to a beautiful mountain reservoir.
Cherished as a local landmark for many years, this stone building was originally the home of the Starsmore family. It serves as an introduction to Cheyenne Canon and its beautiful waterfalls, rock formations, wildflowers and wildlife.
Advocates for 100 hiking, biking and equestrian trails and mountain parks in Colorado Springs, El Paso County and the Pikes Peak region to include Garden of the Gods, Red Rock Canyon, and Cheyenne Mountain State Park.
The Ute Pass is a mountain pass west of Colorado Springs. U.S. Highway 24 cuts through the Ute Pass
The Water Pipe Trail is one of several trails surrounding the Barr Trail and connects Barr Trail to Trail 706. It is used mostly by locals to create loop trails around Barr Trail and is seldom used.
El Paso County park featuring playground, basketball court, multiuse court, disc golf course and baseball backstop.
Hiking and walking trails nearby that connect to the Fountain Creek Nature Center. You can catch bluegill, rainbow trout and channel catfish. Plentiful shade; picnic tables,
A high-quality example of southern Front Range's foothill ecosystem; a preserve composed of habitat types, including shrublands, tallgrass prairie meadows, pinyon juniper woodlands and mixed coniferous woodlands.
Recognized as one of the nation's most popular locations for whitewater rafting and kayaking; known for its eddies, ripples and deep pools, the Arkansas River offers excellent angling opportunities.
Wildlife viewing, wild turkeys, birds, raptors, deer, hunting, fishing, wilderness area, on Freemont County Road 123 west of Penrose.
Wildlife viewing on the Arkansas River, big horn sheep, deer, raptors, on US Highway 50 between Canon City and Salida
Reservoir, cold and warm water fishing, wildlife viewing, water birds,raptors, hiking on Freemont County Road 123 west of Penrose
Permit required - stop at Visitor Center, wildlife viewing, wild turkeys, eagles, deer, elk, pronghorn, CO Highway 115 South of Colorado Springs at Turkey Canon Ranch Road.
Pike National Forest, forest trails, reservoir, wildlife viewing, fishing, camping on CO Highway 67 north of Woodland Park.
Scenic byway, wildlife viewing, birds, wild turkeys, raptors, deer, on CO 67 north of Florence.
Mountain reservoir, fishing, camping, wildlife viewing, hiking off of CO 67 north of Florence
Driving tour for wildlife viewing, birds, raptors, pn 1st Street in Canon City to Temple Canyon Road to Freemont County Road 3 to Copper Gulch Road to US Highway 50