About Woodland Park

The City Above the Clouds

The natural surroundings include spectacular views of Pikes Peak and the Rampart Range. Thick stands of spruce, pine and aspen…and deep blue skies with fresh air.

In 1891, after becoming established as a resort town and business center for the surrounding area, Woodland Park was incorporated. Woodland Park’s primary business was saw milling. Logs were cut and sold for railroad ties and braces used for the gold mines of Cripple Creek and Victor.

Today with over 7,600 residents, Woodland Park, CO is a flourishing community of people who demand a high quality of life. Tourism continues to fuel the economy, often turning first-time visitors into lifelong residents.

Just 18 miles west of Colorado Springs in Teller County, experience the history, adventure and beauty of the Rocky Mountains. The natural surroundings include spectacular views of Pikes Peak and the Rampart Range. Thick stands of spruce, pine and aspen… and deep blue skies with fresh air.

Woodland Park is the largest city in Teller County and offers bed and breakfasts, motels, hotels, campgrounds, RV parks, trails, shopping, restaurants and full services. Read More

( Source: http://www.city-woodlandpark.org )

Additional Resources:

Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce Visit http://www.woodlandparkchamber.com

Colorado Come To Life Visit http://www.colorado.com/cities-and-towns/woodland-park

About Colorado Springs