North Cheyenne Canon Park, Colorado Springs
North Cheyenne Canon Park, Colorado Springs - Address, Phone Number
Address: 3440 N Cheyenne Canyon Rd, Colorado Springs, CO 80906, United States
Time Required: 05:00 Hrs
Timings: 05:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
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About North Cheyenne Canon Park, Colorado Springs
Home to heavenly trails, waterfalls and natural beauty that is nothing short of a treat to the eyes, North Cheyenne Canon park is a must visit on your trip to Colorado.
Officially founded in the 19th century, this 1000 acres nature’s park is home to stunning delights like Helen Hunt Falls, Silver Cascade Falls and White Fir Botanical reserve amongst others.
The park hosts popular events like The Hummingbird Experience, the Canvases in Canon and the Halloween Costume Carnival between May to October.
North Cheyenne Canon Park Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
North Cheyenne Canon Park Opening and Closing Hours
Starsmore Visitor & Nature Center Timings:
- April – May and September – October: Tuesday – Saturday 9:00am – 3:00pm , Sunday and Monday: Closed
- June – August Open Daily 9:00am – 5:00pm
- November to March: Closed
How To reach North Cheyenne Canon Park by Public Transport
- Rented car
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This city-owned park is a great way to experience Colorado, whether you have just an hour or all weekend. If you have just an hour, drive up the curvy, paved road to Helen Hunt Falls where you can get out and enjoy the views. If you are a hiker, trail runner or mountain biker, this park has incredible trails (some challenging!) and views you can explore all day. An easy hike is to go all the way to the top of the paved road and park in the dirt lot and then walk up the historic Gold Camp Road, which has incredible views and is safe for kids to explore. More experienced visitors can also try High Drive, Buckhorn trail, Columbine trail, or the shorter, easier Cutler trail. Many trails connect to the adjacent National Forest.
I’ve been in Colorado Springs for 15 months and just discovered this place! The views are absolutely breathtaking. Family and pet friendly.
Love love love! Gorgeous place to see amazing views however...some parts of the "trails" are sketchy so you have to be careful. It's a good walk with beautiful views. Definitely worth the trip
Great place to go hiking and mountain biking. It also has some fantastic views especially in the winter.
Such a pretty place. Tall Aspen trees, rock formations, and a clean stream running along trails. Free parking at some trail heads.