Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Welcome to the Roxborough State Park Department!

Roxborough State Park is a Colorado Natural Area, a National Natural Landmark, a National Archeological District, an Audubon Important Bird Area and a Leave No Trace Gold Standard Designated Site. The park was established to protect the area’s unparalleled scenery and resource values while providing opportunities for hiking and learning about Colorado’s natural heritage. Roxborough’s spectacular geologic setting supports a unique mixture of prairie and mountain species. It is a place of beauty, ecological diversity, and serenity.

Roxborough is managed to protect your natural experience. The park is busiest on weekends and holidays, between 10am and 2pm. Weekdays, evenings and early mornings offer incredible opportunities for solitude and wildlife watching. You will forget you are in the Denver metro area!


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You can make a difference by becoming a Colorado Parks and Wildlife volunteer. By becoming a volunteer you can learn new skills, meet new people, and visit new landscapes. Outdoor stewardship will become a new and rewarding aspect of your life. Have fun and give something back at the same time!