Glendale Farm Open Space and Trail

* Glendale Farm Dog Park and Trailhead Closed June 29-30 *
This closure is necessary for parking lot construction.
Thank you for your cooperation during this temporary closure.

Highlights:

Adjacent to I-25, the 145-acre property has native chokecherry and wild plum shrubs along an intermittent stream. The trail winds up into Gambel oak shrubland and onto a grassland plain with views of Pikes Peak and the Colorado Front Range. The trail skirts rocky caprock on the northern spur. A 17-acre off-leash dog area is west of the main trail head.

Trail Rating:
Moderately easy; some short climbs that may be more challenging; about 200 feet of elevation change.

Trail Length:
1.6 miles, including loop and spur to rocks

Trail Surface:
Natural surface

Uses:
Multi-use: horses, mountain bikes and hiking; dogs must be on leash

Amenities:
Port-a-potty, benches, picnic tables, 17-acre dog park, parking for cars and 3 horse trailers (dependent upon use); no hitch rails, dirt surface parking lot.

Location:

From the South – Exit 188 Castle Pines, go over the highway to the east and then north 2 miles to 12300 South Havana St.

From the North – Exit 192 Ridgegate, go east under the highway and then south 2 miles to 12300 South Havana St on the east side.