Located at the edge of Black Forest this 450 acre regional park has diverse topography ranging from rolling, open meadows to tree-covered bluffs running the length of the park. A natural spring-fed pond and creek in the central valley of the park attracts deer, coyotes, foxes, fishing and over 35 types of waterfowl and birds. The park includes a playground, a playing field and picnic pavilions. Equestrian riders can water their horses at the trough while enjoying the three miles of trails throughout the park.
16444 Gollihar Road
Peyton, CO 80831
Restrooms are located in the parking lot just south of the playground and are closed from Nov. 1 to March 31.
- Park Hours:
5 a.m. to 9 p.m.
April 1 – October 31
- Driving Directions:
Homestead Ranch Regional Park can be reached from Interstate 25, exit 139 (Hwy 24, toward Limon/Airport) or ext 149 (Woodmen Road).
From Woodmen turn Left onto US-24 to Bradshaw Road, left on Bradshaw to Sweet road, left on Sweet to Gollihar Road, right on Gollihar Road and and it will be approximately 1/5 mile north to Park Entrance.
- El Paso County Parks Department:
- Park Weather: NOAA
- Cycling / Mountain Biking
- Fishing (Colorado Fishing License is Required)
- Horseback Riding
- Picnic Pavilion
- Picnic Tables
- Playing Fields
- Drinking Fountains
Make a donation specifically to Homestead Ranch Regional Park through the “Trust for County Parks.”
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