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Teller County Parks Division

Contact Info

Location: 308 Weaverville Rd. Bldg A, Divide, CO    
Mailing Address: PO Box 805, Divide, CO 80814
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30AM to 4:00PM  (Except Holidays)
Phone: 719.687.8812        Fax: 719.686.5454
Email: William Daniel - Operations Supervisor
Michelle Bosch - Public Works Support Manager

Our Mission
To sustain and enhance the quality of life of Teller County citizens through effective management of Parks, Trails and Open Space.

Lost and Found
If you have lost or found any items at one of the Teller County Parks, please contact the Parks Division at 719-687-8812

Services Provided Include:

Catamount Ranch Resource Protection Area (Portals open May 1st thru September 30)
Teller County acquired the 1,320 acre Catamount Ranch Resource Protection Area in 1997. The vision is to preserve the wild, unique beauty of this land on the north slope of Pikes Peak as a significant, protected wildlife habitat. Details
Parks Advisory Board
Park and Athletic Field Scheduling
In general, all Teller County parks are available for the recreational enjoyment of Teller County residents and visitors. However, several Teller County park sites are available for scheduled, exclusive use. A use permit is required with 2 weeks notice preferred. To schedule a Ball Field or Park Site, please contact the Division of Parks at (719) 687-8812 or email
Information on Fees and Scheduling a County Park or Ball Field for exclusive use
Park Sites
Trails - Open Space

The Teller County Division of Parks currently manages or co-manages 32 acres of developed, active-use parks. These include:
    • Florissant Community Park
    • Four Mile Scenic Park
    • Hayden Divide Community Park
    • Sunnywood Neighborhood Park
    • Teller County Fairgrounds

County Parks Master Plan

The Teller County Division of Parks was established in 1996. In 1997, with funding support from Great Outdoors Colorado, the Division developed the 1st Master Plan for Parks, Trails and Open Space. The Plan was adopted by the Teller County Planning Commission as an advisory element of the county-wide Master Plan. This first Master Plan proved to be a valuable tool for planning, policy development and development of certain parks and trails. The original plan also proved useful as support for grant funding to complete many projects