Things To Do
Enjoy comfortable summers and mild winters. With over 300 days of sunshine, the region is ideal for year-around outdoor adventures. Surrounded by unspoiled wilderness, nestled among one million acres of Pikes Peak, is a pristine mountain community like no other. A recreational and scenic treasure. A small town with charm and friendliness. It's your perfect mountain hideaway.
Summer recreational activities include hiking, back-packing, camping, cycling, four-wheeling, horseback-riding, picnicking, rodeos, canoeing, boating, fishing, gold panning, golfing, kayaking, photography, rock climbing and much much more.
Winter fun also abounds in the region, with such varied activities as hunting, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, ice fishing, ice skating, tubing and sledding.
Woodland Park is the scenic gateway to most of the Colorado ski slopes. U.S. Highway 24 through Woodland Park is the most direct and most beautiful route to Breckenridge - and beyond to Dillon, Copper Mountain, and Vail. Or you can head west directly to Monarch, Purgatory, Telluride and Wolf Creek.
Outdoor recreation is a top priority for residents and visitors to Teller County. Surrounded by the Pikes Peak National Forest and home to Colorado's Mueller State Park, Teller County offers a large number of year round sports and recreational opportunities.
Surrounded by the Pikes Peak National Forest and home to Colorado's Mueller State Park, Teller County offers a large number of year round sports and recreational opportunities including: