Castle Rock On
Castle Rock On with us this Fourth of July. Our fireworks show is expected to start at about 9:30 p.m. Saturday, July 4, and last about 15 minutes. You’ll know the fireworks are about to begin when you hear a three-shot salute to start the show. A similar salute will also end the show.
Let freedom bang, boom, pop, pow, ohh, ahh and ring
The fireworks will be visible throughout the Interstate 25 corridor, including from within Downtown Castle Rock – and from most all of the Town’s popular breweries. If you’re local to Castle Rock, we recommend watching from your neighborhood if you can. If you’re visiting us for the day or won’t be able to see the show from your house, here are some of our favorite locations. Please just be mindful of social distancing if you choose to venture out.
- Castle Rock Service Center
4175 N. Castleton Court
- Castle Rock Recreation Center – lower lot
2301 Woodlands Blvd.
- Red Hawk Ridge Golf Course
2156 Red Hawk Ridge Drive
- Butterfield Crossing Park – south side
3952 W. Butterfield Crossing Drive
- Bison Park
1390 Clear Sky Way
- Castle North Park
801 Canyon Drive
- Deputy Zack S. Parrish III Memorial Park
2020 Fiddle Road
- Festival Park – (Arrive early, and enjoy the splash pad and nearby shops and restaurants!)
300 Second St.
- Metzler Ranch Community Park
4175 Trail Boss Drive
- Pedestrian bridge over Wolfensberger Road
In the event of rain or severe weather, fireworks will be postponed to July 5. If Stage 2 fire restrictions are in place on July 4, the event will be canceled.
Celebrate the freedom to shop, eat, drink and explore
Of course, you’re invited to do more than just watch our fireworks show this Fourth of July. Our Town is open and ready to welcome you as you celebrate Independence Day. Make a day of it, and spend the holiday shopping, dining and exploring in Castle Rock.
Here are a few of our favorite things to do:
Shop, dine and party on
Experience everything from designer boutiques and one-of-a-kind shops to more than 120 stores at the Outlets of Castle Rock. After a bit of retail therapy, tempt your taste buds at one of more than 100 dining venues in Town. Local family-owned restaurants in unique settings, such as a historic Western saloon, a stone church or a trendy microbrewery are just some of the options for memorable meals from a wide range of cuisines.
Visit our business directory to check out Castle Rock’s many restaurants and retail shopping destinations.
Play and explore on
With more than 6,000 acres of open space and 95 miles of trails, you never know what kind of adventure will be waiting for you. Here are some of our favorite places and ways to soak up the Colorado sun:
Ridgeline Open Space
Named the Best Hiking/Biking Trail by Colorado Community Media, these soft-surface trails travel through valleys and ridgelines of the 370-acre open space property. Visitors can take in views of the Front Range to the west and the Town below as they traverse open grasslands and dense Gambel oak.
Philip S. Miller Park
This 7.4-mile native-surface trail network consists of single-track trails divided into four different, but interconnected, loops, with 1.2 miles of paved accessible segments in the active park area near the Miller Activity Complex. The trails explore all the valleys, knolls and high points of this 300-acre site. A unique feature on the site is the Challenge Hill, with 200 timber steps that climb 178 feet in elevation, similar to the Manitou Springs Incline.
Castle Rock Adventure Park
Experience 10 thrilling zip lines soaring over 1.5 miles of smooth, fast cable. Or, challenge yourself with a three-level course with more than 100 elements, including Ninja Warrior obstacles. Climb to new heights on the 42-foot climbing wall with four rappelling stations and the 70-foot Eagles Nest platform featuring the world’s first flight line. Learn more about these exciting adventures.
See more of our outdoor activities by visiting our parks and trails map.