Discover History & the Outdoors on These Frontier Pathways
Beginning in Pueblo and winding around to the small town of Colorado City, the Frontier Pathways Scenic Byway will take you to museums, through adorable small towns and maybe even to a roadside attraction.
There are special places and unique vistas around nearly every Colorado corner. You can help ensure these places exist for generations to come by staying on roads and trails, keeping speeds in check, leaving campsites and picnic spots just as you found them, and following instructional signs while you’re out and about in our state.
The Lewis Creek Trail is a 5.8-mile moderate hike with scenic views. Dogs are welcome, as long as they're leashed.
These two spots have charming main streets that are prime for exploration. Snap some photos of the original town hall and fire station in Silver Cliff and the Historic Jones Theater and schoolhouse in Westcliffe.
The Wet Mountain Valley is home to designated International Dark Sky Communities. Enjoy pure night skies like you've never seen them before.
The Davenport Campground was one of the first Forest Service campgrounds in the country. Spend the night under the stars here and enjoy the Adirondack shelters with stone fireplaces.
Cast a line on Lake Beckwith or just enjoy the sun on the 1.4-mile cement walkway that surrounds it.
Open year-round, the Greenhorn Meadows Campground offers electric and non-electric sites as well as a gazebo, basketball court and horseshoe pit — no getting bored here!