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Castlewood State Park hikers - Lake Gulch trail

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​​Tell us about your experience on one of the many trails Colorado Parks and Wildlife helps maintain and manage. Please contact​

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The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Division’s (CPW) Trails Program, a statewide program within the division, administers grants for trail-related projects on an annual basis. Local, county, and state governments, federal agencies, special recreation districts, and non-profit organizations with management responsibilities over public lands may apply for and are eligible to receive non-motorized and motorized trail grants. Successful trail projects must support the goals of the State Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) and the Strategic Plan of the State Trails Program.


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​​The OHV Law Enforcement Program has made many efforts in order to ​monitor, educate, and enforce public safety on Colorado Parks and Wildlife land.​

 Featured Trails Project

Front Range Trail Connection Program 
Learn about the many trails that are being extended and connected throughout the front range and are projected to be finished this year! 
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