Castle Rock


About Castle Rock

At 6,224 feet above sea level, this charming community with small town hospitality has been recognized by numerous national publications as one of the best U.S. towns to live, work, and play.  Come explore Castle Rock’s numerous cultural events, outdoor attractions, one of a kind shops and restaurants.  Then take in the town’s history through well-preserved homes, cafes and churches that abound, and enjoy more than 40 miles of trails and hundreds of park acres.

Major employers come from a broad spectrum of industries including high tech, manufacturing, hospitality, and retail, lending strength to the town through a well-diversified economy.  As the County seat for Douglas County, Castle Rock is home to many government offices and support services.  The town also sports numerous recreation venues including the Castle Pines Golf Club, Plum Creek Golf & Country Club, Castle Rock Recreation Center, and the amazing Miller Activity Complex where you can zip line, hike the incline and play numerous sports like soccer and baseball indoors.

It’s also home to Arapahoe Community College and some terrific public schools, like Academy Charter School and Douglas County High School.

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Things to See and Do

Here are a few things we love about Castle Rock.  Maybe you’ll love them too!

  • Miller Activity Complex
  • Douglas County Fair, Rodeo and Parade
  • Castle Rock Zipline Tours
  • Castle Rock Starlighting
  • Castle Rock WineFest
  • Colorado Artfest at Castle Rock
  • Castle Rock Farmers Market
  • Shop Historic Downtown Castle Rock for Antiques and Boutiques
  • Outlets at Castle Rock

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