Mueller State Park is located in Big Game Unit 581. There are 800 acres adjoining the Dome Rock State Wildlife Area open for hunting during designated seasons established by the Colorado Wildlife Commission. If you are planning a hunting trip, keep in mind that you are responsible for becoming familiar with park hunting boundaries and park regulations. Firearms, bows and hunting access from Mueller State Park trailheads is allowed the Tuesday after Labor Day and continuing through the Friday prior to Memorial Day.
Hunters can reach the hunting areas from three trailheads (after Labor Day). All visitors must have a valid Colorado State Parks Pass. No other trails may be used to get to the hunting area. Visit the Mueller Recreational Trails Map for more information.
Black Bear Trailhead (Trail 13) at Camper Services -The hunting boundary is one mile from this trailhead. Weapons must be unloaded until users reach the posted legal hunting boundary.
Rock Pond Trailhead (Trail 5) at the Visitors Center -The hunting boundary is two miles from the trailhead. Hunters using the trail must have their weapons unloaded until they reach the posted legal hunting boundary.
Lost Pond Trailhead (Trail 11) at the Horse Trailer Parking Lot-To get to Trail 11, climb the hill out of the livery and cross the main park road to Lost Pond Trail. This trail turns into Geer Trail (Trail 25) just beyond Lost Pond. Geer Trail leads to the hunting area. Weapons must be unloaded until hunters reach the posted legal hunting boundary.
Access from all other trailheads, trails and other areas in the park is not permitted. Access from all adjacent private lands onto the park is strictly prohibited.
Information on seasons and regulations is available from park rangers and at the park headquarters. The use of firearms is prohibited during the summer visitation season and controlled during legal hunting season.