Rye Mountain Park
Rye Mountain Park is a beautiful secluded alcove just outside the quaint foothills community of Rye. This park was originally laid out by Landscape Architect Arthur Carhart, who is credited with "inventing" recreational camping as we know it today. This park is one of the largest parks in the San Isabel National Forest designed by Carhart, and is a popular summer destination for local families. Nestled amongst a ponderosa pine forest, the park is home to several trails, picnic shelters, outdoor charcoal grills and playgrounds.
The popular park pavilion is perfect for large gatherings, and is used extensively. Be sure to reserve the pavilion in advance by calling the Pueblo County Facilities Department at (719) 583-6002!
Park hours: 6:00 AM to 11:00 PM, 7 days a week.
Click here to print the reservation form. Once filled out, please return Attn: Facilities Department via mail to the address at the bottom of the form, by email, or hand deliver. Pueblo County Representative's signature is required for a confirmed reservation.