Location – 3 blocks North of US Highway 40 (Byers Ave), bounded by Spruce Street on the North (diagonally across from the town water treatment plant), Cedar Street on the South, Maple Street on the West and 1st Street on the East.
Hours – 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Amenities – Softball diamond, tennis court, basketball, volleyball court (ice rink in winter), horseshoe court, children’s playground, covered picnic area with electricity, barbeque grills, community garden, and restrooms. Potable water is available until October behind the restrooms. A pedestrian bridge crosses the Colorado River at the water treatment plant connecting the Town Park and Pioneer Park.
Location – From downtown Hot Sulphur Springs near the post office, proceed west on Grand Avenue over the bridge across the Colorado River and turn left or right into the 80-acre park. The South portion of the park is within walking distance to the hot springs resort and town restaurants, motels and shops.
Amenities – Fishing, hiking, mountain biking, picnicking, wildlife viewing, disc golf course, port-a-potties, trash receptacles for campers, 14 numbered RV and tent camping sites with campfire areas and picnic table.
- Camping in designated sites only for $20 per night. 14 day stay allowed. Potable water is available in the Town Park behind the restrooms – CURRENTLY OPEN (closed approx. October-May).
- A free disc golf course is available for all visitors to enjoy! Laid out along the Colorado River, the course is well marked with a variety of tight and open holes. 1 course and 18 holes total.
- There is excellent snowshoeing, cross country skiing and hiking in the park during the winter months.
- Pioneer Park is dog friendly. Leash law in effect! Please clean up after your pet.
Location – Himebaugh Gulch is a 275-acre tract of open space land. It lies on the south side of town and provides public access between the town and the adjacent Arapaho National Forest. Access to the property is available from County Road 55 east of town, through a parcel of county land that can be recognized by a large mound of dirt and rocks.
Amenities – Himebaugh Gulch is open to the public for non-motorized recreation activities including, hiking, biking, horseback riding, cross country skiing, and enjoying nature. Dogs must be kept on a leash, and the following things and activities are prohibited: camping, hunting, campfires, fireworks, shooting firearms, use of motorized vehicles.