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Mueller State Park, Divide

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State Park
Mueller State Park is a Colorado state park encompassing 5112acre of land outside Divide, Colorado, northwest of Colorado Springs, Colorado. The park offers many outdoor activities. There are 55mi of trails, biking, camping year-round, hunting, hiking, horseback riding. It is open in the winter and snowshoeing, sledding and snowtubing is allowed as well. Mueller is a diverse home to a variety of animals including elk, black bear, eagles, hawks and bighorn sheep.
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  • Planned a trip to Colorado Springs and decided to stay off the beaten path in Mueller State Park. We were elated when we got there. The view was awesome. Deer were roaming in the back yard. The cabin ...  more »
  • We came to rent a cabin and enjoy the scenery! And we did just that at Mueller State Park. I would definitely come again and would not hesitate in referring this place to anyone else. We went in April...  more »
  • Mueller State Park is located less than an hour's drive west of Colorado Springs on Highway 67 south. Camping, hiking, horseback riding, nature programs are just some of the amineties available for ye...  more »
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  • Absolutely the BEST campground around!!! This campground is well managed and maintained impeccably. Mueller campground ranks right up there with the Rocky Mountain National Park campgrounds (if not better). All park staff and host volunteers are genuinely happy people. The popularity of this campground means reservations MUST be made far enough in advance to get a spot (especially on weekends), however, you will find spots open if you're a weekday camper. And don't worry about the "which spots are best" question. THEY'RE ALL GREAT!
  • Amazing State Park! Well-maintained hiking, biking, horse-back riding trails. Fishing ponds, beautiful visitors center. Rock outcroppings, Aspen groves, easy to difficult trails, views for miles. Many free activities. Love it here!!
  • Great trails. Park rangers helpful. Beautiful view of the mountains. Gift shop has local exhibits and educational resources.
  • This place is beautiful!! We spent 2 days hiking the trails and enjoying the scenery. Saw some some wildlife and a lot of mountain wildflowers.
  • Nice trails. Not crowded midweek. Cooler weather than Colo Springs.