Staunton State Park – Our newest Colorado State Park is located approximately 10 miles from The Bailey Lodge, Staunton State Park opened in 2013. The 3,800 acre park is open for picnicking, wildlife viewing, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, rock climbing, fishing, photography, outdoor education, geo-caching, geological studies, botanical studies, as well as multi-use trails and hiker-only trails.
Park County Heritage – Visit the Park County Heritage website and use it as a guide to visiting Park County. You will find great info about scenic drives, heritage preservation sites, including historic railroad sites and much more.
The North Fork of the South Platte River has been called one of the best kayaking rivers in Colorado. The main put-in is just down the road at McGraw Park. » Read More
It would be a real feat to hike all of the trails in the Pike and Arapaho National Forests in a lifetime, which means that no matter where you hike near Bailey Lodge you’ll see expansive mountain views and experience something unique every time out. What could be better?
Wilderness on Wheels – A model wilderness facility that is accessible to all. 303-403-1110
|Bear Mountain Stables, LLC – Horseback rides alone or paired with a birthday party, special occasion, or small group event. Conifer, Colorado|
Park County Artisans Trail – Combine some great scenic driving with visits to our many area artists! This link features information and a downloadable map, or pick one up when you arrive at the Bailey Lodge!
Pine Emporium – Antiques, Collectables and Artsy Stuff