Explore the most popular Stroller Friendly trails near Colorado Springs with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

It's a flat, wide path. Well maintained. Great for running, walking pets, and biking!

no shade
10 days ago

Very pretty, but super busy. A lot of tourists, and packed parking areas. The rock formations are beautiful and MASSIVE, but I preferred Roxborough’s atmosphere. Hey, at least I can tick it off the bucket list, eh? Lol

A great hike! Lots of up and down and of course great scenery.

Early morning with sunrise is beautiful. Gorgeous park, easy walking trails. Can’t say enough about the beautiful rock!

Well maintained trail. Lots of great views. Was especially nice at sunset.

I went biking and did not feel safe the majority of the ride.

Really cool views. Super easy trail. Great for visitors or those with children

no shade
19 days ago

Love the view of this place. It’s located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. This place is one of the city’s historical places to visit. A lot of tourists visiting this places and even CS’s residents. A lot of activities to do here such as: rock climbing, mountain biking, trail running, walking, dogs must be on leach. This is a State Park. I would go back and take my wife there for the first time.

Map and info need updating. The trail is open now from Austin Bluffs Parrkway to the confluence of Cottonwood Creek with Monument Creek

29 days ago

Easy and relaxing

1 month ago

I actually enjoy it here. the homeless population is decreased substantially of late. You can paddle board and kayak with great mountain views and views of Garden of the Gods. Not a hike, definitely a path but great for running. The park also has a Velodrome created by the Olympic Center but open to the public with a pass, an indoor YMCA pool on the property (pass needed), a free big skate park, volleyball courts, tennis and racquetball courts , "pro" horseshoe courts, baseball, football, and soccer fields, and an indoor ice skating rink (day pass needed). There are memorials near the lake and a clock tower that chimes on the hour. The park is huge and overall very nicely maintained. The area is transitioning slowly and I believe this park will be a center of the community.

1 month ago

I walk this trail daily. Nice views and the sound of the creek is relaxing.

Amazing views. A Walk, not a hike

Love it!

Modified trail due to accompanying hikers.

I agree with another poster, this trail was not ‘easy’ I would definitely rate it moderate. Only the last .25 is the concrete trail, it is mostly rocky, sandy, and dirt. Overall this trail was really pretty and provided some great views, but it was also 5 miles not 4.

1 month ago

Love this trail for running!

Hot and crowded. The concrete path made for an easy walk but it was lacking compared to the more rustic hikes experienced on this trip.

Great trail. Parts of trail no shade. Awesome views. Horses on trail slowed us down. Go early.

horseback riding
1 month ago

Ok first it was beautiful. We started at 8:00 am. The first half of the trail was great for horses. Consider Easy. Then had to stop at the road because horses not allowed across road. Walked horses down road on foot pick up Palmer Trail at parking lot. This part definitely Moderate/Technical for horse/riders. Not for novices. Going up was steep, rocky, narrow. Met at least 20+ hikers. Doable if not busy. Turned around halfway up. We walked most the way. The lower part of Palmer was better but had large boulders and 2 ft step downs. Siamese Twin rocks got off and walked. Nothing but large boulder granite rocks to walk across and steep step downs. Definitely a technical trail for horse/riders. Not for novices.. This time of year was heavy traffic of hikers and dogs. People running with earbuds not able to hear. Be careful.

This trail is closer to walking than hiking. The rock formations are quite nice, of course, but the park is also extremely overcrowded (even though it poured when I was there). In general, this has more of the theme park rather than nature experience.

Awesome little trails throughout. We loved the views. Go earlier, gets busy, but nice. Always bring water!

mountain biking
bridge out
off trail
1 month ago

1 month ago

Great trail that is easy to follow.

My husband and I hiked this with our twin girls in carriers. I would say this bordered on a moderate hike at times, carrying about 30lbs. It was absolutely beautiful, and the views were breath taking. We saw less than 10 hikers until we got down to the central garden area which is to be expected. We parked in lot 2 which was perfect for this trail. It also had bathrooms which was a huge plus for us. We arrived a little after 8am last Saturday and the lot had plenty of parking, after being gone a couple hours the lot was packed when we got back. Definitely get there early, it’s worth it! The trail is also 4.7 miles, not 4.0...

Great trail to bike or walk/ jog on all year round. We have done this trail many times and if you bike it it can connect you to a whole network of city trails. We have seen owls and beavers, birds of prey, garden snakes and more...

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