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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​One of the Denver-area backyard jewels, Roxborough State Park is just a short drive southwest of Denver. 

​With close to 4000-acres, Roxborough State Park is filled with dramatic red-rock formations, distinct plant communities, and a variety of wildlife ranging from black bears to mule deer. Enjoy hiking, wildlife viewing, trail running, photography, bird watching, or one of our many programs and events. Whether you are new to the outdoors or an experienced outdoor enthusiast, Roxborough State Park has an opportunity for you.

Preserve Nature:

To preserve Roxborough's natural resources, no pets, drones, camping, mountain bikes, horses, rock climbing, fires, or marijuana are permitted in Roxborough State Park. 


 ​Forget to leave your dog at home?

Luckily a dogs world is conveniently located near the entrance to the park. They offer a discount for any daycare customer who presents a valid daily parks pass after visiting the park on the same day. To learn more visit the a dogs world's website.

Attention Groups!

Due to popularity & limited parking all groups of 10 or more must contact the park prior to their visit for approval.  This includes all school groups, recreation groups, and meet-up groups.  No groups larger than 10 will be permitted on weekends May 1st - October 31st without prior approval by the Park Manager.

Entrance Road

​Please note that we only have one road from the entrance gate to the parking lots and have limited parking available.  We do not have any other vehicle access through the park. All trails start at the visitor center and are for foot traffic only, please leave your bikes at home.​

Overlook Rental

We are excited to announce that Roxborough has ​two overlooks available for rental for weddings and other special events. For more information, please visit the Weddings page. ​

Roxborough Recognized​ by Leave No Trace

We're excited to announce that we've been recognized as a ​Gold Standard Site by the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics.

Roxborough receives award in ceremony ​

Gold Standard Site designations are awarded to public recreation lands that exemplify successful #LeaveNoTrace ethics and showcase a strong commitment to the promotion of outdoor skills, ethics, and stewardship in order to help preserve and protect the natural landscape for generations to come. 

Read the press release for full details. ​

Please check out our video on LNT ethics and continue to help us practice LNT principles when you visit Roxborough State Park.​​

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