National and State Register

Colorow Point Park

Jefferson County

At less than half an acre, the park is the smallest within the Denver Mountain Park system.  Large Ponderosa pine trees and distinctive rock outcrops appear on the site, which was acquired in 1913. 

A photo of the point overlooking some mountains in black and white.

Colorow Point Park

Named for a Ute Indian chief, Colorow Point, at an elevation of 7,500 feet, it is notable as one of the best overlooks for viewing many of the major peaks along the Continental Divide and within Rocky Mountain National Park.  Listed under Denver Mountain Parks and the Historic Park Landscapes in National and State Parks Resources Multiple Property Submissions.