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Staunton State Park, Pine

(4.8/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • We went to this park for the first time on the day after Thanksgiving. It was a free day at the state parks (what a great idea to get people outdoors instead of just shopping), and there were many peo...  more »
  • This park is new and as a result the trails are wide, very well-maintained and fabulous for hiking or biking. There are short and long trails are going to the top is well worth the experience and beca...  more »
  • Great trails. Not so far out. All levels will enjoy. Very few people on weekdays. Very well marked and mapped. Small entry fee. 
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  • Great trail for fun, flowy mountain bike ride. Peak hours may be a little crowded. Whenever you go just plan on sharing the trail. Don't be a jerk. The entire 15 miles is stocked with great views and a good mix of terrain. There are a few tech sections tucked away if you search. It's not the longest or most difficult loop to ride but it's just plain fun!
  • A great State Park! Easy access from Denver, well maintained trails, nice facilities. It does get busy after 10 am on the weekends.
  • Really gorgeous scenery. When I went, they had a small expo of wildlife and the staff was friendly and insightful. You'll see a good amount of bikers/hikers/horse riders along the trails. The trails aren't too challenging, but the views are pretty great.
  • A beautiful park, I believe it only opened a year or so ago. It has many beautiful trails at different hiking levels from nice stroll to challenging.
  • Okay, I get it, You don't understand yet how awesome this park is. BUT you should go and find out. This park is perfect if you really want to get out into nature without exploring the actual wilderness. There are two main trails, one with a higher elevation that eventually connects to the lower one at the northern most part of the park, and the lower one, which leads to a GORGEOUS waterfall. There are horse trails if you're an equestrian lover, and shorter loops in the trail if you're not ready for a 5-6 mile loop. We've been here multiple times and have loved every minute of it. There are no playgrounds for children, and usually there are a lot of bikers. This is an intense bike ride though, so I wouldn't recommend it to beginners. The only downside is that there is no camping allowed here. This park is almost 4,000 acres, and it's a bit of a drive to get to from the suburbs of denver, but it's our new favorite park in Colorado, and I highly recommend it.