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MEGA Calendar

Teller County Woodland Park Mega Calendar

See the Teller County Colorado MEGA Calendar for events for Woodland Park, CO and all of Teller County Colorado, including concerts, festivals, fairs, fundraisers, local events and expos.

Woodland Park Shopping Guide

Woodland Park Colorado Shopping Guide Our Woodland Park Colorado Shopping Guide is up to date and accurate listing retail stores and shopping venues in Woodland Park, CO. For articles about individual stores, see Shop Spotlights.

Woodland Park Restaurants

Woodland Park Colorado Restaurants

Our EATS guide for Woodland Park Colorado Restaurants lists all our dining, restaurants, bar and breweries.

It's always up to date, so you won't waste time reading about a place that is closed.

Things to DO in Woodland Park, CO

Things to do in Woodland Park Colorado

Find Things to Do in Woodland Park Colorado with our featured articles.


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Recent Articles

Alpine Gun Woodland Park

Alpine Firearms

Coined by the owners as the “Best Little Gun Shop in the West”, there is much more to be found than just guns in this quaint, yet growing business in downtown Woodland Park. Background Meet Jon and Lois DeVaux, residents of the Woodland Park area for 19 years. Jon was born and raised in Indiana. read more


Is Radon Gas a Problem in Your Home?

When we built our Teller County home in 2002, we were advised to consider the possibility that our granite soil may be emitting a potentially dangerous gas called radon. Digging deep into the soil and then trapping the gases within the walls of my home could build up to dangerous concentrations that could cause illness. read more

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Chimayo Turquoise

Located in a small building tucked away near the center of town, Chimayo Turquoise is easily one of the best kept secrets of Woodland Park.  This shop is much more than the handmade Kachinas, jewelry, carvings, rugs, and pottery you may see. It carries with it a fascinating history. Background When you walk in the read more

Kitchen and Homebrew Building Front View

Kitchen and Home Brew

  Photos and article by guest blogger: Darla Childers If you have not visited this store yet, you may be asking yourself, Is it a kitchen store or a home brewing supply store? The answer is: (drum roll please) Neither. Puzzled now? Well let me tell you, this store is more than either of those. read more

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Deer Crossing …or Crash

Especially during the rut season, late fall to early winter, late afternoon to sunrise, hunters will tell you deer like to roam around the woods from sunset to midnight and then again around dawn. As we all know, they also tend to roam across roadways. A deer jumped into the pathway of my vehicle on read more


My Sweet Escape Bakery

  Photos and article by guest blogger: Darla Childers What is red, white and cute all over? My Sweet Escape Bakery of course! Located in the Gold Hill North Shopping Center near Domino’s Pizza, this little gem will put you in a good mood just by walking through the door.  Whimsical décor, sweet treats delicately read more

More About Woodland Park Colorado

Woodland Park, Colorado is known as a “pass-through” town, a junction for travel to other locations. It’s also been called a sleepy bedroom community adjacent to Colorado Springs.

But to the people who live and visit here, it is a unique, fun town with the personality of the modern west. We love our cowboys, outdoorsmen, and artisans alike. The passers-through don’t know what they are missing.

Woodland Park covers about 6 square miles and is surrounded by national forest which limits its growth. It is a small town of about 7,000 friendly people who are grateful for the enjoyment of living in what is a beautiful and serene natural environment.

Woodland Park Colorado - Up the Pass

In the 1880’s, with the road improvement up Ute Pass and the Midland Railway, tourism worked its way up to the town, and it still works much the same, even without the now defunct railway. Visitors come up “the pass” to get out of the smog and the heat, to hike our trails, and attend our festivals and our Farmer’s Market—one of the best in the state.

The City Above the Clouds has a moderate climate, really, the snow comes and it goes, unlike the cities on the western slope where the build-up of snow lingers from October to May. In the summertime, our daily—if we are lucky—rainstorms replenish our reservoirs and grow the beautiful wildflowers.

The city’s pavilion and cultural center often host free concerts—year ‘round. The Third Friday Art Walk is a popular event where select retailers and art galleries stay open late and wine is poured. Memorial Park, with its water feature, is a common area for picnics and gatherings.

We invite newcomers to replenish their spirit among nature’s plenty, to explore the history of Woodland Park, and to partake of the hospitality of our restaurateurs and proprietors.