If you’re hungry for a workout, you must take the trip up the 200 steps at the Challenge Hill. Your legs will be burning, but the views from the top are worth the sweat. The hill is a favorite workout spot among fitness enthusiasts.
Bikers and hikers can explore the 7.4-mile network of single-track native surface trails. The trails are ideal for all levels.
Days of Adventure
If you want to take your kids on an adventure, the park features a 2.5-acre Adventure Playground complete with 40-foot slide.
Amp up your day with Castle Rock Zip Line Tours. Soar over the park on ten different zip lines. If that’s not enough, check out their Epic Adventure Tower that includes a 40ft climbing wall, zip and jump from a 40-foot platform and freefall from their 70-foot platform.
The Philip S. Miller Park Amphitheater
The new amphitheater in Philip S. Miller Park is Castle Rock’s newest venue for concerts, think of it as Castle Rock’s own mini Red Rocks.
The Millhouse in Philip S. Miller Park is a 2300 square foot indoor facility with a large great room, kitchenette and magnificent views of the rest of the park and surrounding pond and waterfall. It has a large patio with fire pit. It’s the perfect place for a personal or company party available for rent for your next event. Find more details here.
If you want to gather with friends for a barbecue, The Plaza in Philip S. Miller Park offers several pavilions that are available for rent. There is a large covered pavilion and three uncovered that are perfect for a day in the park. Bring in your gas grill to cook up your barbecue feast. The pavilions are all next to a large grassy area which is great for yard games. There’s ample seating and plenty of tables for all. You can even sit around one of two fire pits. If you’re looking for a way to cool off during your hot summer barbecue, a splash pad offers a fun way to stay cool. Learn more about pavilion rentals here.
As you begin to fill up your calendar with summer fun, think about taking a day or two and spending it right here in your own backyard. Experience Philip S. Miller Park for yourself. Learn more here.