Visitors will find a restful environment among the thick forest of ponderosa pines. Timber Ridge provides an overlook of Aspen and Spruce Lakes as well as a picturesque setting of Pikes Peak and the mountain backdrop. Trail users will enjoy four miles of multi-use trails that wind through the Fallen Timbers area, pavilions, playgrounds and gazebo on the lake. Fox Run Regional Park is a hidden jewel in the northern part of El Paso County. Hiking, trails, playing fields, a climbing rock and picnic areas are just a few of the amenities awaiting tourists and locals alike
2110 Stella Drive
Colorado Springs, CO 80921
Pine Meadows Restroom is located southeast of Pavilions 4 and 5 and is closed Nov. 1 – March 31.
Oak Meadows Restroom is located north of the fields in the parking area and is closed Nov. 1 – March 31.
Fallen Timbers Trail-head Restroom is located just inside the parking area and is closed Nov. 1 – March 31.
Roller Coaster Road Trail-head Restroom is located just inside the parking area and is closed Nov. 1 – March 31.
Wedding Gazebo Restroom is located just north of the Gazebo and is open year round.
- Park Hours:
5 a.m. to 9 p.m.
- Reservation Season
April 1 – October 31
- Driving Directions:
Fox Run Regional Park can be reached from Interstate 25, exit 156A to Northgate Road; east on Northgate Road for 3.5 miles; north on Roller Coaster Road for 1/5 mile to Stella Drive; West on Stella Drive.
The park can be reached from Highway 24, North on Highway 83; west on Northgate Road for .5 mile; north on Roller Coaster Road 1.5 miles to Stella Drive.
- Fox Run Regional Park Master Plan
- El Paso County Parks Department:
- Park Weather: NOAA
Thank You Robert and Ellen Hostetler
Partner in the Park for Fox Run Regional Park