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General Overview

Mueller State Park is a 5,112-acre park located in Teller County, just west of Pikes Peak in Colorado, USA, known for its serene forests, beautiful meadows, and stunning views of the Rocky Mountains. It offers a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities including hiking, camping, and wildlife viewing.

Camping Information

Campsites: Mueller State Park offers over 100 campsites spread across several different areas. There are options for tent camping, RV camping with electric hookups, and some sites even feature camper cabins.

Reservations: Campsite reservations are highly recommended, especially during peak season (Memorial Day to Labor Day). Reservations can typically be made six months in advance and can be booked through the Colorado Parks and Wildlife website or by calling the park directly.

Pricing: Fees for campsites vary depending on amenities, with additional charges for vehicle entry into the park.

Length of Stay: There is often a maximum stay limit in place, which is commonly around 14 consecutive days but can change based on park policies and season.

Facilities: Most campsites include a fire ring and picnic table. The park offers modern restrooms with hot showers and laundry facilities. Water spigots and dump stations are also available for campers.

Activities and Amenities

Hiking: Mueller State Park features over 50 miles of trails. These trails offer a diverse range of hiking experiences from easy walks to challenging hikes.

Wildlife Watching: The park is home to an abundance of wildlife including elk, black bear, hawks, and mule deer. Birdwatching is also a popular activity.

Picnicking: There are numerous picnic areas throughout the park, providing a great opportunity for a meal with a view.

Winter Activities: During the winter, the park is open for snowshoeing, sledding, and cross-country skiing.

Visitor Center: The park has a visitor center with exhibits on local wildlife and plants, as well as a gift shop.

Things to Know Before You Go

Altitude: The park is at a high elevation, ranging from 9,500 to 10,000 feet above sea level. Visitors should be aware of altitude sickness and prepare accordingly.

Weather: Mountain weather can change rapidly. It’s advisable to check the forecast before your trip and pack for a wide range of conditions.

Wildlife Safety: Store food and trash securely to avoid attracting bears and other wildlife.

Fire Restrictions: Depending on the season and conditions, fire restrictions may be in place. Check with the park for current fire regulations.

Pets: Dogs are welcome in the park but must be kept on a leash at all times. There are certain trails where dogs are not allowed, so it’s important to check the park rules regarding pets.

Contact Information

Address: 21045 Highway 67 South, Divide, CO 80814

Phone Number: You can obtain current park information by calling the park's main telephone number.

Before heading out to Mueller State Park, it is wise to visit the Colorado Parks and Wildlife website or contact the park directly for the most current information, as conditions and regulations may have changed since this post's knowledge cut-off date.

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