CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN STATE PARK
Formerly the JL Ranch, the 2701 acre park is nestled beneath the eastern flank of Cheyenne Mountain just south of Colorado Springs. The park offers a stunning transition from Colorados plains to its peaks. The land is in remarkable natural condition and diverse wildlife viewing opportunities abound due to the propertys relatively undisturbed and unfragmented nature.
Opened in October 2006, Cheyenne Mountain State Park offers superior facilities and recreational opportunities. The highlight of any visit is the parks trail system, offering over 28 miles of trails. These pathways allow visitors many opportunities to explore the parks natural beauty. Along with trails, the park offers picnicking, wildlife viewing, camping, 9 hole disc golf course, an archery range and visitor center with gift shop and interpretive displays.
All Colorado State Parks have entrance fees. All vehicles are required to have an entrance pass and some parks have walk-in fees. Visit the Colorado Park Entrance Pass
Open for year-round camping, there are four campgrounds consisting of spacious full hook-up and basic tent sites. Reservations can be made on every site in the Summer while Winter season reservations are limited to the loop available.
Our Camper Services building is located in the center of the four campground loops open from April to October it offers coin operated showers, laundry room, and an activity room. It has an adjacent fenced playground area for the kids
The park has two cabins in the Meadow Campground that are surrounded by scrub oak, have easy access to trails and the disc golf course. Cabin A is decorated with a light-hearted nature theme with an amazing view of Cheyenne Mountain from its picture window. Cabin B has delightful casual decorations and a spectacular view of the city lights below. Both cabins are ADA accessible, providing universally accessible entrances, bathroom and kitchen facilities