Welcome to Cheyenne Mountain State Park!
Enjoy Cheyenne Mountain State Park year round! Renew your spirit and connect with the outdoors while enjoying the sunny but cool days. Enjoy hiking, wildlife viewing, or biking on our 28 plus miles of trails waiting just for you.
“The Trail’s End” Visitor Center
- park passes, camper check-in, license, and registrations
- educational exhibits, souvenirs, snacks, ice, and firewood
Explore nature’s diversity with prairie-to-peak ecosystems
- 28 miles of trails for hiking, biking, with designated trails for equestrian and dog users. The only trails open for dogs use are Raccoon Ridge, Acorn Alley, Bobcat Way, and the designated portion of Soaring Kestrel.
- Limekiln Trailhead offers parking, restroom facilities, picnic tables, and a playground
- 41 day-use, handicap accessible, picnic areas are scattered throughout the park, each with its own table and grill
campground is open year round*
- 51 full service campsites
- 10 basic walk-in tent sites
- *early March to late October, the Camper Services building offers coin operated showers, laundry, a playground and activity room
- Swift Puma and Gobbler Grove campground areas will be closed starting November 1, 2022 at noon and will reopen March 1, 2023
Archery Range is located one exit further South at Hwy 115 and Pine Oaks Road
- covered shooting line with targets at 10 to 80 yards
- limited draw-weight range for 35 lbs or less
- 28 Field targets with 3D animals along a walking trail ($3 individual permit is required for Field Range access in addition to a Parks Pass)
Engaging education programs all year long!
- guided wildflower walks, family mystery hikes, animal education, full moon hikes, and campfire talks
- Junior Ranger programs
- 9-hole disc golf course in Meadows Campground area
- go at your own pace trail challenge and geo-caching opportunities
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.