Monument Valley Park, Colorado Springs

#15 of 25 in Parks in Colorado Springs
Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Monument Valley Park is a historic, recreational park in Colorado Springs, Colorado through which Monument Creek flows. It is a National Register of Historic Places listing and is on the Colorado State Register of Historic Properties.
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  • It’s a little noisy next to the interstate, but still worth stopping by. My favorite part was the demonstration gardens.  more »
  • We walked through here last year. It is a nice park lots of sites green grass we saw some deer this morning. The weather is great unfortunately the homeless are still overriding the Park but...  more »
  • I always enjoy walking this stretch with my dogs. Lot's of room and good people watching. The park is well maintained; but as always the indigent population seems to have claimed a portion as their own.
  • Gorgeous day for a picnic at the pavilion. Parking is sparse in the lot, but on-road parking across the creek is plentiful. Enjoy a walk or bike ride. Bring the kids.

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