OUR MISSION >

As the nonprofit partner of the Town of Castle Rock Parks and Recreation Department, we strive to maximize the recreational experiences of our community.

CONTACT US:

Phone: 720-515-5513

Email: info@crptfoundation.org

Mailing address:

P.O. Box 724

Castle Rock, CO 80104

© 2019 Castle Rock Parks and Trails Foundation

Trail Conditions

Before you head out for your next hike or bike ride, check the trail conditions of your destination with the Town's interactive trail conditions map. 

Special event trail closures are also listed online. 

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Updated Trail Maps

Want to browse open space and trail areas or download a particular map? Click on the picture or view more to check out a map of town parks, open space areas and additional recreational amenities. Select a legend icon within the map to view details related to each location, including PDF maps. 

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Trail of the Month

Memmen Ridge Open Space is the November 2019 trail of the month. The property provides a close escape to a forested property just minutes from Downtown Castle Rock. Its trails wind through a riparian area filled with willows and cattails, mature ponderosa pines and scenic scub oak. Walkers and mountain bikers alike can enjoy 1.9 miles of moderately difficult, soft-surface and paved trails. Parking is available just south of South Street off of Oman Road.

Click below to download the trail map. 
 

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Try this outdoor activity this summer:

Decode Douglas County Outdoors 

Have fun with your kids or grandkids with this new guide to explore Douglas County's open spaces.  See more of the outdoor offerings in our county.  While we are coming up with a new version of our Family Trail Guide, try this outdoor adventure! 

 

Follow this link to download a copy of their guide here:  https://www.douglas.co.us/documents/decode-douglas-county-printable-brochure.pdf

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Hiking Etiquette

Curious about the best way to act while on trails or how other trail-users should behave?

Read the the following etiquette fact sheet from the American Hiking Society 
 

Right of Way?

So what do you do when you are on a trail -who has the right of way?  A hiker? A horse? A bike?

Click below to learn more from this informative article from REI.