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Cheyenne Mountain State Park

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Cheyenne Mountain State Park

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410 Jl Ranch Hts, Colorado Springs, CO 80926-9803
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Travis S wrote a review Oct 2020
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Cheyenne Moutain State Park is a beautiful park with lots of lovely hiking trails and great camping spots. Don't get this post wrong this is not a review for the Cheyenne Mountain complex which is no longer open to the public. If you come here you'll enjoy the beauty of nature and even see some wildlife as well. You won't be visiting one of the most well-defended military complexes in the world.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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AnnMarie C wrote a review Sep 2020
Colorado Springs, Colorado25 contributions
We just did an easy hike around the park. Enjoyed walking around and enjoying the view. You pay a fee to enter the park, and there are several trails from easy to difficult.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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313tdspgh wrote a review Sep 2019
Gibsonia, Pennsylvania13 contributions5 helpful votes
1*) It's not $41 it's $49 because you also need a park day pass even if you're just passing through and not hanging in the park. $41 is more than enough and the park pass should absolutely be included with the camping fee. Colorado has gotten greedy. They have a ton of state parks now, all benefits from the lottery so all these fees are just usual government taking advantage of us outdoors patrons . 2) We are preferably off grid campers. The ONLY reasons we pay to camp is for showering . For a brand new park, it lacked ! . Pay shower $2.50 for 4mins which would be fine if the camping fee wasn't $50 a night . What was horrible was the temperature of the water . IT WAS SO HOT, I couldn't even stand in it . My husband who loves hot showers waited to see my face when we met in the corridor . EVEN he commented on how hot the water was knowing I was dying in there . There is no way a child could shower in these showers . Ridgway state park was the same. Also, you can not move the shower head, so ladies who want to shave your legs and then some ;) keep this in mind. ( Lastly I posted a picture ) The engineer who designed this bathroom had to be a man ?? As I was blow drying my hair, I noticed the electrical cord dipping under the water spigot ,( sensor ) and setting it off ! Very scary when you think about dying of electrocution while vacationing. That outlet was placed in a very dumb/dangerous place . I suggest moving it closer to the mirror Cheyenne Mountain . Yes, this park is pretty , but so is the entire state! If you have your own hook ups and need to be in this area, then go for it. For the people who are dependent on the amenities like us, you can find so much better, like a river OR just skip the shower another day. No one will ever know ! You're safer out there with the wild life than in this parks bathroom . Stay safe !
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Date of experience: August 2019
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bishlis wrote a review Aug 2019
Pratt, Kansas44 contributions3 helpful votes
Spacious RV sites had full hookups, picnic table and nice easy to walk trails close by. We camped in the Meadows #60 and Gobbler #14 as they did not have availability to have 2 nights in the same spot. Gorgeous views, the Army base is close by and at 7:30 am they played revelry and shut off their guns ! Kinda cool 😎
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Date of experience: August 2019
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DrL wrote a review Aug 2019
Colorado Springs, Colorado11 contributions1 helpful vote
Hoo, hum, another lovely mountain in the "Front Range" of the Rockies. Too bad the public cannot tour the NORAD headquarters inside the mountain.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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