Castle Rock is the fixture that the town of Castle Rock was named for. This beautiful landmark is open for people to hike to the top and enjoy the spectacular 360 degree view of the town and other parts of Douglas County. My first adventure up Castle Rock was really a chore. Coming from Indiana (basically sea level), to an elevation of 6,224 feet was bad enough. But then, to ask me to walk up even higher… Not a good idea for this flat lander. But, from the top of Castle Rock you get a spectacular view. Back in 1983 when I first assended “The Rock,” the town of Castle Rock was surrounded by vast open areas splattered with ranches off in the distance. Now, the view from a top Castle Rock has become filled with housing developments in every direction. Still, when you look out in the distance you get a wonderful view of Pikes Peak, Devil’s Head and Mount Evans. Spectacular sights for everyone.
Now, I have moved back to this magnificant area and I just love it. Living and working in Douglas County is pure joy. Now, I have a branch office in Parker, Colorado. We serve all of Douglas County, including Castle Rock, Parker, Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree and Castle Pines. Serving the people of Douglas County for over 25 years has been fun. Now living and working in Douglas County will only make life more enjoyable.
Until next time.