Exhilarating outdoor adventures are everywhere near Colorado Springs KOA Campground. Load the family and the doggie (plus his leash) into the car and head for North Cheyenne Cañon Park to thrill to the crashing waters of Helen Hunt Falls.
Located on Cheyenne Creek in Colorado Springs, the falls’ name honors Helen Maria Hunt Jackson (October 15, 1830 – August 12, 1885), a United States poet and writer who became an activist on behalf of improved treatment for Native Americans.
Helen Hunt described the waterfall as a “stately minuet of motion over a many-colored surface of rock, more beautiful than a mosaic.”
You can enjoy hiking and picnicking at Helen Hunt Falls too. Just about 14 miles from here, North Cheyenne Cañon Park is dog-friendly. The trail offers stairs and handrails for ease of ascending to the top of the falls. And guess what? It’s FREE!
Visitors to North Cheyenne Cañon Park Say
“We love the beauty of the falls and the visitor center is a great learning center for kids. The many hummingbirds are enjoyable to watch as they zoom around your head!” ~ Terry N on Facebook
“Gorgeous spot for hikes and BBQ, absolutely love it here!” ~ Amber B on Facebook
“Lovely short hike! We like to go early before anyone else is there. Lots of stairs! It’s an easy climb.” ~ Lianda C on Google reviews
You love experiencing nature – that’s why you’re visiting Colorado Springs! There’s no end to the dramatic views of the Rockies and breathtaking sights everywhere you look. Be sure to hike and bike through…
- Pike’s Peak
- The Garden of the Gods
- Cave of the Winds
- Manitou Cliff Dwellings
- Seven Falls
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