Rim Rock Creek Trail is a 4.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Franktown, Colorado that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
You have to pay to enter park. Nice hike. Would like to go back and explore more--never saw waterfall!
It cost $7 to park here, but it is well worth it. Beautiful trails.
Fun trail. The switchbacks were harder than I anticipated but maybe I'm just out of shape. :P
Leave yourself plenty of time for his trail. It takes a few hours to get through because it loops into another trail to finish the loop. Great trail and beautiful area. Our dog loved it!
Love this loop trail. Variety of terrain and views. Our dogs like to stop in the creek. Definitely going again!
Loved it! Great trail with a push. Busy trail with lots of people great for dogs. Nice creek you get too and dogs can play in it. Will do this again for sure!
Our first trail in this park. Loved the views.
Neat loop hike with lots of features: running stream, waterfall, cliffs, old historic dam.
Great for kids. Lots of dogs.
Patchy mud along the Creek Bottom trail, but easy enough to navigate without getting messy.
LOTS of poison ivy on the damp, shady parts of the trail (west side of creek). Long pants helpful.
Lots of birds, butterflies, and wildflowers. Bring binoculars!
Great hike! Loved it
Great hiking trip for our family. Once on the ridge beautiful vistas.
Awesome! Fun for the kids and dogs lots of friendly people and dogs. No drama just good clean fun. There are lots of snakes so be aware of that and stay on the trails and you'll be fine. I can't wait to do it again.
Beautiful hike, especially up along Rim Rock Trail near the canyons edge, great views!