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Colorado Springs Park Guide

As the Colorado Springs weather begins to warm up and the plants start to turn green, spending time outdoors becomes more and more top-of-mind. Parks are great places to spend time outdoors–you can run, hike, picnic, and spend time with your children and family members.

Timberline Landscaping has done work on several parks in the Colorado Springs area, and we strive to keep them landscaped to perfection. Use the map below to find the Colorado Springs park closest to your neighborhood–the parks marked in green are parks worked on by Timberline.

The best way to view the map of parks is to zoom in and click on the icons for more information, or by clicking on the square on the top left corner of the map for a full list of locations. You can use the triangular button on the top right of the map to download or share the map with friends.

Featured Parks

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Red Rock Canyon Open Space

Family-friendly, dog-friendly, bikeable, and loaded with picnic areas and hiking trails, the Red Rock Canyon Open Space is a great place to spend a sunny Colorado Springs day.

After being damaged by heavy rains, Timberline Landscaping made several renovations to the existing trails in the open space and also added new trails. We even added a “mini Incline” to the open space–so if you’re planning on hiking the Manitou Incline, you might want to try the mini version first!

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Manitou Incline

Not for the unexperienced hiker, this Colorado Springs icon elevates to 2,000 feet in only one mile. Due to its difficulty, pets are not allowed and it is not family friendly. However, if you are an experienced hiker or training athlete, this trail is perfect for you. Don’t forget to take a selfie at the top–we think the view is pretty great!

Timberline Landscaping was responsible for phases I, II, and III of the reconstruction of the Incline. For more information on what was reconstructed, videos of the project, and more, visit our Manitou Incline Reconstruction page!

For more resources from Timberline on how to enjoy the Colorado Springs outdoors, check out our Colorado Springs Trails Guide!