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Camping Cheyenne Mountain State Park in Colorado

Camping at Cheyenne Mountain State Park

Cheyenne Mountain State Park is open year round, and boasts some amazing wildlife viewing, and hiking on their 20 miles of trails. Camping offers you 10 regular walk-in tent sites and 51 full hook-up RV sites. You can also take comfort knowing the closest town; Colorado Springs is a ten-minute drive away. The amenities the campsites offer are hot showers, laundry, and a playground for the kids. The camper service building offers camping amenities like snack foods, and drinks. You can also find coin showers and laundry.

Cheyenne Mountain State Park Amenities

There are clothes and souvenirs for sell in the retail store. There are conference rooms to meet in that will seat up to 50 people. The Amphitheater is large enough to hold 200 people and can be reserved for groups in advance. There are additional event facilities to rent, and a visitor’s center to give you information and a gift shop.

Things To Do in Cheyenne Mountain State Park

You can go geocaching in the park, which is a fun treasure hunt set up with GPS coordinates all over the country. There is hiking and biking on the amazing trails, where you can view the wildlife. Picnic tables are a plenty so you can stop for a bite and enjoy the view.

Cheyenne Mountain State Park
410 JL Ranch Heights
Colorado Springs, CO 80926

Park Location
410 JL Ranch Heights
Colorado Springs, CO 80926
Fax: 719-576-9099
Phone: 719-576-2016

Office Hours
9:00am-4:00pm daily.

Cheyenne Mountain State Park Hours
24 hours for camping. Quiet hours from 10pm-6am

Cheyenne Mountain State Parks Passes
Daily: $7, per vehicle
Annual Pass: $70.00 ($60 for Colorado seniors age 64+)

Camping fees at Cheyenne Mountain State Park:
October 1st – April 30
Full hook-ups: $24.00
Basic/Tent: $16.00

May 1st – September 30
Full hook-ups: $26.00
Basic/Tent: $18.00

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