Teller County Division of Parks

Four Mile Scenic Park

10115 County Rd. 11, Florissant, CO 80816

Location:  Four Mile Scenic Park is located on CR 1 between Florissant and Cripple Creek.  On HWY 24 in Florissant, go east on County Road 1 approximately 9 miles to the intersection of CR 1 and CR 11.  Park is on the southeast corner.

Four Mile park consists of 6.9 acres at the junction of Teller County Road #1 and Road #11 in SW Teller County.  The park, perfectly located on the Gold Belt National Byway, features picnic areas and a beautiful pedestrian bridge over historic Hay Creek.  Information and graphic interpretation focus on the rich agricultural history of the area.  The park is open throughout the year, and provides the perfect spot for a picnic.

The park was opened on Saturday, May 29, 2004 with a grand opening event including a special branding ceremony.  Over 50 historic brands from 4 Mile-area ranches are now memorialized on the bridge.

Funding for the 4 Mile Park is from the Teller County Conservation Trust Fund and a TEA-21 grant from the Colorado Department of Transportation..


Crane sets 65' bridge over Hay Creek

Two children check out the new bridge

Gold Belt Byway sign in place

Chief Crummett helps water new trees






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