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We now offer ticket sales online! We strongly encourage purchasing online tickets in advance of your arrival. You will find that tickets are now sold with timed entry in order for us to better anticipate our shuttle needs to minimize lines and wait times in order to expedite your entry into the park.
After purchasing a ticket online, you should receive a confirmation email with two attachments: one attachment showing invoice/purchase information, and the other with your tickets (bar codes for each person). If you don’t see the email, please check your spam folders. If you are still unable to locate it, please contact our Ticket Office for further assistance at (855) 923-7272.
No, printing tickets is not necessary! After purchasing your ticket online, you will receive a confirmation email with a QR code. Just present this QR code to the staff person at the Norris Penrose Event Center parking area where you will receive a wrist band which will be your park entry ticket.
Yes, upon arrival to the park entrance, we have a ticket office where you can purchase tickets. However, we recommend purchasing tickets in advance so that you don’t have to wait in line to buy a ticket. With the advance purchase of tickets, you can bypass our ticket office entirely at the park and begin to enjoy your Seven Falls experience upon arrival.
We recommend a minimum of 24 hours in advance so we can properly prepare for your experience and to minimize wait times.
All visitors to Seven Falls must park at 1045 Lower Gold Camp Rd, Colorado Springs (The Norris Penrose Event Center). From there, complimentary shuttle service transports all visitors to the park entrance.
Yes, there is space for a stroller or wheelchair on our shuttle bus.
Yes, there are wheelchair accessible buses available to transport any guests to and from the parking area to the park. There is also an in-park tram available to assist any guests with mobility issues to the end of the canyon and restaurant 1858.
Park tickets can be purchased at the park ticket booth. Guests of the resort can get shuttle service to the park from the front entrance of the West building. Seven Falls is also an easy one-mile hike from the resort. Please see the concierge desk for a walking map.
Yes, the shuttles and park are pet friendly. All pets must remain on a leash. Dogs are allowed on the steps and the trails. However, we do recommend ensuring a dog is comfortable going down the stairs before taking them all the way to the top, to avoid possibly having to carry them down.
Yes, the in-park tram is handicapped accessible. Please note, however, that the tram is unable to reach the base of the falls. There is an approximate 100-yard transition from the drop off point to the base of the falls. Additionally, it is approximately a 30-yard transition from the tram drop off point to the Mountain Elevator. There is an elevator available to the Eagle’s Nest viewing platform with beautiful panoramic views of the falls.
Yes, there are restrooms at the Norris Penrose Event Center (which is where the parking lot for Seven Falls is located, and from where the shuttle to the park departs). Then, once at the park, there are restroom facilities mid-way through the park and at the top of the canyon near the Seven Falls Shop. Please reference our park map for specific information.
Rain checks, refunds, or ticket changes are based on inclement weather and are only approved when the Park is closed by Management.
Visits average from 2-2.5 hours. If you choose to hike the nature trails above the falls or dine in our restaurant 1858, expect additional time within the park.
Once the shuttle bus drops you at the park entrance, it is approximately 8/10 of a mile to walk the length of the park to the base of the falls, with many points of interest along the way. Walking is highly recommended and is the best way to experience the full beauty of the canyon.
The lights on the falls come on after dark. This time will vary depending on the park’s hours of operation, the time of the year, and the time of your visit. You can also see what they look like in the evening by checking out our webcam!
There are 224 steps at the Main Falls Stairs and 185 steps to the Eagle’s Nest view platform. The only way to reach the top of the falls is via the Main Falls Staircase. The Eagle’s Nest platform can also be reached via the Mountain Elevator.
April 7, 2023. The restaurant will be featuring an early spring lunch and dinner menu. Friday and Saturday: 11:00am to 8:00pm; Sunday: 11:00am to 5:00pm
A park entrance is required to eat at restaurant 1858. Advance reservations are recommended and can made by calling (877) 224-3249.
Lunch is served from 11:00am to 5:00pm, featuring an a la carte menu with prices ranging from $9-21 for appetizers; $22-36 for sandwiches and plated lunches; and desserts from $12.
Dinner is served from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, featuring a $110 three-course Prix Fixe Menu with choice of appetizers, entrees, and desserts. Price is inclusive of the meal, park admission, taxes, and gratuities.
Dinner is served daily from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, featuring a $110 three-course Prix Fixe Menu with choice of appetizers, entrees, and desserts off the menu. The price is inclusive of the meal, park admission, taxes, and gratuities.
Prix Fixe Dinner favorites include Wood Grilled 1858 BBQ Glazed & Bacon Wrapped Prawns, House Smoked Colorado Trout Dip, Wood Fire Charred 12oz Certified Angus Beef New York Strip Steak and 7 preparations of Rocky Mountain Red Trout.
We recommend taking the shuttle an hour before your dining reservation. This allows for time to walk the length of the canyon and enjoy the full canyon experience prior to dining.