Cheyenne Mountain State Park, Colorado Springs

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Cheyenne Mountain State Park is a Colorado state park that was acquired in June 2000 through a partnership between the City of Colorado Springs, Colorado State Parks, Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO), Colorado Lottery, El Paso County, and other local private organizations.

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  • We camped here in the Raptor Glen campground which is the highest campground in the park. The views of the city and military bases is fantastic. Our site was clean, with a concrete pad, fire ring... 
    We camped here in the Raptor Glen campground which is the highest campground in the park. The views of the city and military bases is fantastic. Our site was clean, with a concrete pad, fire ring...  more »
  • Very nice campground with beautiful views from most sites of Cheyenne Mountain. Full hookups and most sites have plenty of space between them. There is a $9.00 fee per day over and above the cost... 
    Very nice campground with beautiful views from most sites of Cheyenne Mountain. Full hookups and most sites have plenty of space between them. There is a $9.00 fee per day over and above the cost...  more »
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  • A hidden gem in Colorado Springs. A beautiful park, clean facilities and amazing staff at the park. Many camp sites with easy access for big rigs. Beautiful view over Colorado Springs and a great place to catch a wonderful Colorado sunrise. Trails are maintained and easy to follow with no major obstructions. Archery at this state park is awesome. The targets are kept up, and the 3d range is pretty good. A decent variety of animals and distances with elevated targets too.
  • Great campgrounds, clean, full hookups for trailers /RVs, tent pads are tidy and well appointed with tie down rings. Clean, heated bathrooms are located at each campground, the limekiln trailhead and both picnic areas as well. The park also has a camper services building with coin operated showers and laundry. There is also a playground and activity area for kids. Several dog-friendly trails meander the side of the mountain throughout camping areas and offer hiking opportunities for pups. These dog friendly trails are easy enough for old dogs and fun enough for young ones (dogs and kids alike) too. Reservations are a necessity but easy to do online.

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