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Mueller State Park, Divide

4.7
#43 of 243 in Nature in Colorado
State Park · Nature / Park
A popular Watchable Wildlife Area, Mueller is home to elk, black bear, hawks, and mule deer. Park visitors traverse the park’s numerous trails on foot, snowshoes, cross-country skis, horseback and mountain bike, depending on the season. A popular winter destination for snow shoeing.



Mueller also has two options to stay overnight. There are 132 campsites in the park; 17 of these are open for winter camping . The park also has three cabins for rent year-round.



Mueller State Park welcomes pets in campgrounds, picnicking, two sledding areas and along the park’s roads, but not on the hiking trails or in the backcountry. Mueller is a Watchable Wildlife Area. Keeping pets off of the trails increases the chances of visitors seeing the numerous species of wildlife in the park. Pets must be on a leash at all times unless they are in their tent, RV or personal vehicle.
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  • We visited last September and came back for some winter hiking. We geocached as we were hiking. A few trails were snow covered and make it harder to hike but it was really fun. This is a beautiful....  more »
  • I am sort om a local, since I am only 20 min. or so away. Have hiked/biked all trails many times. Gorgeous views, great hikes. The only, and I do mean only, is that all trails, except one short...  more »
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  • Beautiful park. There are quite a few things to do. There's an area for kids to play and explore near a small pond. There's a visitor/information center where you can use the restrooms and look at stuffed wild life exhibits. You can purchase gifts and souvenirs there and learn about the animals and insects in the area. You can also grab some free brochures and resources. After you leave visitors center you can set up camp at one of the areas designated for camping. There are also cabins and a play ground. There is an amphitheatre but we didn't check it out this time around so I can't offer any information about that. Theres an abundance of trails to hike and explore; education programs and I believe there are also biking trails and horseback riding. I know that pets are allowed in the camping areas but I don't think they are allowed on the trails. During the winter i believe they offer snow activities but we have yet to explore the are any time other than summer. The scenery is lovely and its a fun trip to make at least once a year.. Our family and friends have a blast exploring the area.
  • My husband and I spent two nights tent camping on Prospector Ridge and sight 60 was perfect for us! We hiked the Outlook Ridge trail, and, apart from there being more hills than I anticipated, it was a beautiful and quiet hike. The woman who checked us in on 7/18 around 4pm was extremely kind and she even gave us granola bars! Her enthusiasm definitely set the tone for the few days we spent there. 10/10 recommend.

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