For the outdoor enthusiast, the options are endless and include hiking, biking, climbing and golfing. The town has a seasonal outdoor ice skating rink and a skate park attraction with three distinct areas of terrain provides hours of enjoyment for the pre-teen and teenager. Castle Rock has 19 developed parks, (about 265 acres); and 51 miles of soft-surface and paved trails, with more than 50 additional miles of trails planned.
The Castle Rock Recreation Center offers a wide variety of amenities and programs. From water slides to racquetball and fitness boot camps to art and pottery classes, they offer something for everyone.
Visitors can climb this historic landmark through a looped single-track trail system. From these trails, hikers can reach the base of the Rock and are afforded panoramic views of Downtown Castle Rock, the I-25 corridor, Pikes Peak and the Front Range. This hike offers rocky and uneven terrain.More Rock Park Info
Castle Rock Zipline Tours
Coming in Fall 2014, the new amenity, to be named Castle Rock Zip Lines and Aerial Trekking, will have three different features for residents. The zip line tour will have nine different courses of zip lines as long as 1,000 feet. Daredevils will reach speeds of more than 50 miles per hour and get incredible views of local scenery.Castle Rock Zip Line Tours
Castle Rock SkatePark
Castle Rock Skatepark includes three distinct areas of skate-able terrain: a street area, variable depth bowl and a beginner area. These areas include ramps, steps, rails and other popular skatepark obstacles. The concrete is colored for visible appeal and to reduce glare.More SkatePark Info
DC Fair and Rodeo
Western roots run deep in this town and the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo continues to be a family tradition for the residents of Douglas County, Colorado. Highlights include 2 entertainment stages, 3 Professional Rodeos, Extreme Bulls, Carnival, Antique Tractor-pull, 4-H and FFA exhibits and more!View Fair Website
Theatre of Dreams
Joe Givan and Carol Massie have delighted audiences and messed with minds at their Theatre of Dreams since 2003. They created this theatre as a way to showcase themselves and world class talented friends. Performances include jugglers, ventriloquists, circus acts, mind readers and escape artists.View Theatre Website
Cherokee Ranch & Castle
Cherokee Ranch & Castle’s unique architecture combines aspects of the Western United States and a 1450s Scottish-style castle built in the 1920s full of historic collections of fine art, furnishings and memorabilia from around the world. Breathtaking views make it an unforgettable destination for cultural and educational discovery.View Castle Website
Skiing in Castle Rock?
In a state known for its skiing, how likely is it that people will head to a year-round snow-sports center covered with synthetic snow? Very. At least that’s what Shawn Temple, development director at Weston Solutions Inc., thinks. Recently the company entered into a letter of intent with the town of Castle Rock for a public-private partnership to develop the Castle Rock Year-Round Snow Sports Center at Philip S. Miller Park.
The center would offer skiing, snowboarding and tubing on slopes covered with Snowflex, a snow-like synthetic facility. Learn more.
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Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce Visitors Center
Stop by the Visitors Center (on the corner of Fifth/Jerry Streets) and speak with one of our friendly town experts today or visit our website! We provide indispensable local and statewide travel information. Our dedicated staff will provide area-specific brochures, detailed maps and face-to-face travel consultations and advice, free of charge.
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2020 Comprehensive Master Plan
The Comprehensive Master Plan is designed to guide Castle Rock’s future. The plan describes the community’s goals and visions and helps outline its future shape. The Town uses the plan to guide its review of development proposals, sewer expansions and the planning of new Town facilities.Castle Rock’s Future