Pike National Forest offers multiple ATV and Dirt Bike trailheads for use by a growing number of individual and OHV clubs.
Careful attention to trail use rules helps keep the forest open for everyone!
Cool Colorado summer nights make a campfire something to look forward to at the end of each day.
Public and private campgrounds along with full service RV parks allow you to "rough it" any way you want!
Whether you are looking for an easy or more difficult hiking experience, you'll find many beautiful trails to test your skill and stamina.
Mountaineering is a growing sport that will take you to the top of the world!
Teller County is fast becoming known to the rock climbing fans living in Colorado Springs and nearby Front Range communities.
There are several great guides who can have you safely testing yourself in this growing sport!
What better way to see Colorado than on horseback!
There are several established horseback riding businesses that you may choose to enjoy a quided ride with or bring your own horse and try one of the hundreds of trails found throughout Teller County.
Colorado is probably the mountain biking capitol of the United States. Hundreds of great trails. Many different levels of difficulty.
Ski Colorado in the winter and mountain bike Teller County all summer long. You'll never have to ride the same trail twice in your lifetime, unless you really want too!
Just because you're vacationing at 9,000 feet doesn't mean you can't enjoy a great round of golf right here in Teller County.
Shining Mountain Golf Club in Woodland Park offers you a great golfing experience with a unique mountain attitude. Be sure to put on the sunblock before teeing off!
Visitors from around the world and residents all around the county enjoy some of the best trout fishing in America. Whether you're fishing area lakes, forest beaver ponds, or our local Colorado Gold Medal trout streams, you're guaranteed a day to remember.
Do you find peace or adventure on the water? Give kayaking and canoeing a try while visiting. Be on the water in just minutes from almost anywhere in Teller County. Rampart Reservoir, Manitou Lake, Eleven Mile Canyon, and Eleven Mile Reservoir are just a few places for you to get your feet wet.
Teller County is home to nearly all of Colorado's most famous wildlife. Elk, Mule Deer, Black Bear, Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep, mountain lion, beaver, otter, fox, coyote, hawks, eagles, and even wild donkeys make their homes right here. Best viewing is usually mornings and evenings.
Non-electric sites are $14 per night per campsite.
Electrical hookups offered in Rocky Ridge (Loops A, B & D)
are $18 per night.
Coin-operated showers and a laundry facility are located at
the camper services buildings
Pressurized hydrants are centrally located in the North
Shore and Rocky Ridge campgrounds. Hand-pumped wellheads are scattered
throughout the remainder of the park.
Universal access sites are located at Rocky Ridge sites #1,
2 and 11 and North Shore site #39.
A maximum of six people, two motorized vehicles and one
camping unit is allowed per site.
Quiet hours are from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.
Dump stations are located near the North Shore and Witchers
Cove campground entrances. Please protect the environment by using these
facilities. It is illegal to dump waste or sewage, including dishwater,
Visitors are required to display both a vehicle pass and a
Thank you for keeping all vehicles strictly on the campsite
The toilets, showers and laundry facilities at the camper
services building are closed from Oct. 1 to May 1 each year.
To preserve the park's natural vegetation, please do not tie
or attach anything to the plants or trees.
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