With 45 miles of meandering trails, this recreation expanse is a favorite among outdoor lovers. Campers, picnickers, hikers, ... More
Golden Gate Canyon State Park
With 45 miles of meandering trails, this recreation expanse is a favorite among outdoor lovers. Campers, picnickers, hikers, bikers and fishermen enjoy the streams, ponderosa pine forests, dramatic rock outcroppings and open meadows filled with wildflowers. In the winter, snowshoers and cross-country skiers take advantage of the park, just 30-minutes south of Boulder. The center also provides maps detailing the hiking and mountain biking trails. A leash law is in effect throughout the park. Make reservations if you plan to camp.
The views are amazing, the trails are well maintained.
I have fished both lakes and have had great success I recommend using the panther martin spinner to catch the big ones.
I have seen Elk, Deer and mountain Lion in this park, the fall aspen groves are a must see experience.
We found a great vacation cabin to stay in on the Coal Creek Canyon side of park on Twin Spruce Rd.
Golden Gate Canyon State Park was very nice. There were plenty of people at the park. At the Park there are great views of the Rocky Mountains. However if you don't have good directions it is easy to get lost finding the park.
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