Called “The Grandest Mile of Scenery in Colorado,” Seven Falls excites the senses with awe-inspiring natural wonders. It has been an institution and tourist destination since 1883, and 2023 marks our 140th Anniversary!
Everything you need to know about purchasing tickets. From advance online buying to timed park admission, and more.
HOURS & RATES
We offer a variety of flexible rates and seasonal hours so you can experience the spectacular natural beauty of the Park.
PARKING & DIRECTIONS
All visitors must park at 1045 Lower Gold Camp Rd located at the Norris Penrose Event Center, where complimentary shuttle service transports all visitors to the park entrance.
GOOD TO KNOW
Your visit to Seven Falls includes more than waterfalls. It is best enjoyed as a walking park. Your “walk in the Park” is .8 of a mile along a paved road from the Park entry gate to the base of the Falls and Restaurant 1858. This walk is at a mild incline running through South Cheyenne Canyon and the “Pillars of Hercules”. Small trails lead alongside the road providing access to the creek that flows downstream from the Falls.
There is a tram that runs inside the Park for those physically unable to walk. This Tram is not intended to transport all guests through the Park and runs every 15 to 20 minutes. The Tram is intended for our guests that need assistance in walking to the Falls. Tram tickets cost $4 and should be purchased when buying your Park admission tickets.
After climbing up the 224 steps to the top of the Falls, additional Hiking Trails lead out to places such as the smaller Midnight Falls. A more moderate hiking trail to Inspiration Point provides an elevated view through the Box Canyon, with Mt. Cutler, the City of Colorado Springs and the plains beyond all visible from the location that inspired author Helen Hunt Jackson.