National and State Register

Inspiration Point

Denver County

This park on a bluff affords a view of nearly 200 miles of the front range of the Rocky Mountains, as well as the entire city of Denver.  

The park represents the kind of vista point Charles Mulford Robinson suggested in his 1906 plan for the improvement of the city of Denver and which George Kessler designed into the 1907 Denver park and parkway system.  The 1910 park design is credited to George Kessler and Henry C. Wright.  The property is associated with the Denver Park and Parkway System Thematic Resource.