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Monument Rock Trailhead

Monument Rock is an historical landmark located off of Mount Herman Rd. and Nursery Rd.  Miles of tails weaving in and out of this rare finger of Pike National Forest.  The hike seems to be an easy one through wooded areas and a beautiful meadow leading to Monument Rock. Look closely at the rock and you will find bits of quartz and feldspar pressed together.  There’s also a great pond where your pooch can take a dip.

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Waterfront Park

Forest Lakes Dr, Monument, CO 80132
Yearly Fee or HOA Permit Holders Only
On the 2nd and 4th Friday of the month in June and July Forest Lakes features Lakeside Summer Concerts.
Pinon Lake is a no recreational activities of any kind are allowed.
Bristlecone Lake allows recreational activities to all HOA Permit Holders.  Non HOA members can purchase a yearly permit to access the lake. No bodily contact (human or Pets) with water is permitted.
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Levelett Park

450 Beacon Lite Rd, Monument, CO 80132
Has to be the smallest park in Monument that offers horseshoe pits and a swing set.  Downtown location.
Monument’s very own Community Garden rests in Levelett Park.
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Dirty Woman Creek Park

What a curious name for a creek and park! Originally named Dirty Woman Gulch in 1861. A local homesteader who lived on the creek lived an unsanitary lifestyle and travelers who traveled back and forth though the region named her “The Dirty Woman”. The Dirty Woman Ranch was a stage coach stop between Teachout stagecoach stop located near the Woodmen trail-head and Denver’s stagecoach stop. Her ranch and house consist of chickens, goats, cats, dogs and other animals. Now Dirty Woman Creek is a park where you and your family can enjoy a baseball field, playground, picnic pavilions, basketball court and volleyball court.
Dirty Woman Creek Park
Dirty Woman Park
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Limbach Park

Limbach Park in downtown Monument located at 151 Front Street offers a playground for the little ones, restrooms, picnic areas and a band shell.  In the summer months on Wednesday evenings, the town offers Concerts in the Park.  Limbach Park was named after the town’s founder, Henry Limbach and he was also the first mayor of Monument.
Park Reservation Application