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    Reynolds Park provides two special outdoor experiences. On the west side of South Foxton Road, hiker and equestrian trails allow visitors to climb to scenic overlooks. On the east, multiple-use trails connect to the Idylease Campground for permitted camping and access to the North Fork Trail. 

    Once a stop for pack trains traveling between Denver and Leadville and later a dude ranch, Reynolds Park caters today to recreationists who savor the foothills at their finest. Hike or horseback ride to Eagle’s View and take in Pikes Peak and the Continental Divide, or meander on lower-elevation trails past wildflowers that dazzle in spring and summer.

    Mountain bikers are welcome to explore the east side of South Foxton Road and connect to a 9.3-mile trail that originates at the parking lot and terminates at the South Platte River, allowing access to the Colorado Trail. Trails on the west side of Foxton Road remain hiker and equestrian only.

    Camping

    Semi-primitive, tent-only, walk-in camping in designated sites is available by permit. See Camping page. Honor the 7 principles of Leave No Trace by disposing of all debris, leaving your campsite as you found it or in better shape, and extinguishing all fire embers.

    Getting There

    13581 South Foxton Road, Aspen ParkExternal Link Icon  
    From U.S. Highway 285, drive south 5 miles to the parking area on the south side of Foxton Road

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    Last Updated: 10-31-2014