Rampart Reservoir Recreation Area

The area is located 4.2 miles east of Woodland Park on Rampart Range Road, FDR 300. Campground is open. Motorized boating will be allowed beginning 05/22. Motorized boat inspections and launching Thursdays-Sundays. The Reservoir is stocked with fish by the Colorado Division of Wildlfe. A valid Colorado fishing license is required as well as following the State…

Devil’s Head

Devils head is a distinct granite rock outcropping in the front range west of Castle Rock. The outcropping is clearly visible from Castle Rock to Woodland Park. The Devil’s Head Lookout Trail begins in the picnic area adjacent to Devil’s Head Campground and ends at Devil’s Head Lookout, the last of the seven original Front…

SkyVenture Colorado

According to some, it’s addicting…Soar on a column of air in our vertical wind tunnel at SkyVenture Colorado! Wall-to-wall airflow lets you experience the sensations of freefall and flying. No previous experience is necessary to fly with SkyVenture; just bring your sense of fun and adventure! View website

Denver Zoo

Denver Zoo

The Denver zoo was founded in 1896 when an orphaned American black bear cub named Billy Bryan – short for William Jennings Bryan after the contemporary American politician – was given to Thomas S. McMurry (mayor of Denver from 1895–1899) as a gift.  The Denver Zoo is an 80-acre facility located in City Park of…

Pikes Peak Railway

Pike’s Peak Cog Railway

Pikes Peak is named for Zebulon Pike, an early explorer of the Southwest. Lieutenant (later General) Pike first sighted what he termed the “Great Peak” in mid- November of 1806. In 1889, the Manitou & Pike’s Peak Railway Company was founded and track construction began in earnest.View website

Elitch Gardens

Elitch Gardens has touched the lives of most of Colorado’s residents and is responsible for many of its best memories. Thrilling rides. Entertaining shows. Refreshing water slides. Two parks for the price of one await you at Colorado’s coaster capital, Elitch Gardens. Give your family a much-needed escape at the area’s #1 theme and water park.…

Garden of the Gods

This registered National Natural Landmark, is a public park located south of Castle Rock in Colorado Springs.  The towering Garden of the Gods red rock formations were created during a geological upheaval along a natural fault line millions of years ago. With spectacular snowcap views of Pikes Peak as its backdrop, this landmark is a…