Visitor Centers in North Cheyenne Canon Park
Starsmore Discovery Center
Cherished as a local landmark for many years, this stone building was originally the home of the Starsmore family. It was purchased by the City of Colorado Springs and moved to its present location in 1992. It serves as an introduction to Cheyenne Cañon and its beautiful waterfalls, rock formations, wildflowers and wildlife.
Here you will discover activities for guests of all ages. Begin your exploration of the park at
Helen Hunt Falls Visitor Center
Helen Hunt Falls Visitor Center is located at 3440 N. Cheyenne Cañon Road. For more information, please call (719) 633-5701 during the summer or (719) 385-6086 during the school year.
North Cheyenne Canon Park
Note: Several parking areas and trails located on adjacent US Forest Service Lands that are accessed via North Cheyenne Canon Park will remain closed. For more information regarding specific trail closures on adjacent US Forest Service Lands click here.
2014 HOURS OF OPERATION
SPRING AND FALL
at Starsmore Discovery Center
April 1 - May 23; Sept. 2 - Oct. 25
Tues.-Sat.: 9 am to 3 pm
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2014 Special Events:
- 21st Annual Hummingbird Festival
- Cheyenne Cañon Summer Camp
- Canvases in the Cañon
- Cañon Clean-Up & Spruce-Up Days
- Halloween Costume Carnival
- Canya Cañon Trail Race & Family Hike
Plus... Guided Hikes, Tipi Raising & Ute Heritage Workshop, Junior Ranger Program, Children's Nature Programs, Golden Prospects, Birthday Parties and more. Volunteer Training and Enrichment Events scheduled throughout the year.
Events are sponsored by the Friends of Cheyenne Cañon and the City of Colorado Springs, Parks Recreation and Cultural Services.