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Staunton State Park, Pine

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#87 of 143 in Nature in Colorado
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  • Fire ban in place, warm weather, free day check out the state park! For a mere $7 entry fee or #checkoutcolorado (free backpack checkout at Your local library) you too can be hiking on one of the many...  more »
  • Lots of great trails to hike - beautiful views and scenery - hidden gem with not a lot of people yet! Easy to moderate trails - lots of wildlife viewing too!  more »
  • Love this place. Always new trails being developed. Something interesting on ever trail. There's a .5 mile loop along one trail (can't remember which) that showcases some amazing buildings from Colora...  more »
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  • This was my first trip to Staunton State Park and I definitely plan on going back. There trails are well-marked and mostly clear. They have a special program for folks with disabilities and that need wheelchair assistance. The trails are suitable for running, walking, bike riding as well as horseback riding on most Trails. That's pretty cool!
  • The trails are well-worn and easy to recognize. There are signs along the trail. On some trails, they mark halfway points. The facility is great and it is clean. At each of the trailheads, there are parking lots and restrooms. If you have a dog you can take them, but they must be leashed and you need to clean up their waste. The restrooms don't have plumbing, but they are adequate. After a while, there are fewer people along the trail as you hike farther. The farther you hike the fewer people you see at your destination. I would highly recommend this place for hiking.
  • We had never been here before and the ranger Lou recommended a nice little height because we are fairly inexperienced. It was one of the most amazing experiences ever and I highly recommended. We actually took the MC trail to the 8-foot waterfalls as you can see in the photos.
  • One of my favorites! Great hiking trails, interesting historic features. We always see wildlife! Although I don't have personal experience, I love that they offer trail wheelchairs that enable the disabled to enjoy the outdoors!
  • Super accessible! Not even an hour from Denver, it's a fun afternoon trip. The trails are well developed and have a pretty minor incline in most spots, so it's definitely a good option for people of all ages and ability levels. Do keep in mind that this is not a drivable park-- all of the parking is located at the trailheads, so to get to most of the overlooks requires several miles of hiking each way. The views are worth it though, and there's lots of wildlife to be seen if you're quiet and considerate

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