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Bear Creek Regional Park, Colorado Springs

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  • Inside the city limits, this 545-acre regional park supports picnic pavilions, playing fields, tennis courts, playgrounds, archery range, horseshoe pit, volleyball and basketball courts... 
    Inside the city limits, this 545-acre regional park supports picnic pavilions, playing fields, tennis courts, playgrounds, archery range, horseshoe pit, volleyball and basketball courts...  more »
  • I went with my parents, so we stuck to pretty short paths that they could do. If I went back, I would try to take a much longer hike. That said, it was pretty peaceful walk near the Nature Center... 
    I went with my parents, so we stuck to pretty short paths that they could do. If I went back, I would try to take a much longer hike. That said, it was pretty peaceful walk near the Nature Center...  more »
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  • This place is gorgeous! Love to let my kids play while I take in the scenery around me. It’s a great place to have picnics and parties. It’s a huge park with a ton of open green space. There are pavilions you can reserve or use on a first come/first serve basis. The equipment is entertaining to children and overall it’s a very nice, calm vibe. This is a community sustainability project—There is a community garden located right in the park.
  • Inside the city limits, this 545-acre regional park supports picnic pavilions, playing fields, tennis courts, playgrounds, archery range, horseshoe pit, volleyball and basketball courts. Additionally, ten miles of multi-purpose, non-motorized trails wind through the park. There are also public restrooms, and the entire park is free to the public.

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