Welcome to Cheyenne Mountain State Park!
Come visit “The Trail’s End” visitor center for boundless resources, educational exhibits, souvenir and refreshment shopping, or just to relax by the stone fireplace and the wall of windows. With an amazing 2701 acres, you can explore nature’s diversity with prairie-to-peak ecosystems with over 21 miles of hiking and biking trails. The Limekiln Trailhead offers parking with quick access to the trail system with restroom facilities, picnic tables, and a playground for the kids. Continue up the road and find 41 day-use, handicap accessible, picnic areas each with its own table and grill. From here, there is easy trail access and views to astound you!
campground is open year round, with a total of 51 full service campsites and 10 basic walk-in tent sites available during the peak months. From mid-April to mid-October, the full service Camper Services store offers convenient camper check-in, essential supplies, coin operated showers, laundry, a playground and more! Our visitors frequently report wildlife sightings right from their campsite! Host your next special event at one of our group rental facilities: the Prairie Skipper Group Picnic Pavilion, the Prairie Falcon Amphitheater, or one of the two meeting rooms.
Archery Range offers great opportunities for archers to keep their aim true! Located at Hwy 115 and Pine Oaks Road, the North side offers a covered shooting line with targets ranging from 10 to 80 yards while the South side of Pine Oaks Road offers a more challenging, real life scenario with trails leading to numerous field targets and 3D targets ($3 individual permit is required for Field Range access).
The Park offers top-notch environmental education programs, such as guided wildflower walks, family mystery hikes, animal education, geo-caching, Junior Ranger programs, weekly yoga and more.
Friends of Cheyenne Mountain
Our non-profit Friend's Group is a wonderful asset that helps us to protect, enhance and preserve the park's natural state. See how to become a friend of the park or find more information on the
Friends of Cheyenne Mountain State Park website.
Photo compliments of Tom Wangerin, TLK Graphics.