Staunton State Park Track-Chair Program
Colorado Parks and Wildlife values the right of every visitor to experience our state’s natural beauty. To provide this opportunity to the disabled community, Staunton State Park offers Action Trackchairs®, which allow visitors with limited mobility to explore designated trails in the park.
The chair allows access to three trails, each featuring gorgeous park feature including high grassy meadows, a wide variety of wildlife, geological and water features. The trails offer spectacular views of Pikes Peak, Lions Head & Mount Rosalie.
For more details on preparing for a Track-Chair experience at Staunton State Park, please view the Track-Chair Information page or download the Track-Chair Program brochure.
Track-Chair Program Information
Reservations for the 2020 season will open May 15, 2020 at 8am.
Due to COVID-19, Staunton State Park will be delaying the start of the Track-Chair Program from Friday May 31st to Friday July 17th, 2020. Reservations will open on Friday May 15th instead of on Friday May 1st, 2020.
We want to ensure the safety of participants and their families, volunteers, and staff. This delay applies to individual and group trips. Trips are offered Friday-Sunday, and the reservation is free except for the daily $9 entrance fee.
If circumstances change and we are able to open up reservations for June and early July, we will do so. These updates will be posted on our website and social media accounts. We appreciate your understanding and patience, and hope to see you this summer. If you have further questions please contact us at 303-816-0912. We will respond to messages as quickly as we can.
Continuing the Healing Legacy of the Staunton Family
Staunton State Park opened in May of 2013, thanks to the generous donation of 1,720 acres from Frances Staunton in 1986. The daughter of Archibald and Rachael Staunton, both doctors in Denver in the early 1900’s, Frances and her family spent summers on their ranch in the Elk Creek Valley. Dr. Rachael treated the local population that needed care, including patients with tuberculosis, and worked with the local Ute tribes to learn and use many of their herbal remedies.
The Staunton healing legacy continues today with the first Track-Chair program in the Colorado state park system, making trails in Staunton State Park accessible to all. Thanks to the fund-raising efforts of the
Friends of Staunton State Park and the Mark Madsen Accessibility Fund, two Action Trackchairs and a trailer have been purchased for guest use in the park.
All Track-Chair reservations are tentative, and are subject to cancellation by park staff for any reason including inclement weather. Due to the inherent risks involved with operation of the Track-Chair, pets and service animals may not accompany Track-Chair operators on park trails while operating or otherwise using the Track-Chair If you require assistance with operation of the Track-Chair, chair to chair transfer, or other medical or personal issues, you must be accompanied by a qualified caregiver, relative or friend that can provide necessary assistance.
For detailed information to help prepare you for your Track-Chair experience at Staunton State Park, please view the Track-Chair Information page.
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