Castle Rock is 6,202 feet above sea level.
Castle Rock is located in Plum Creek Valley and is located between Denver and Colorado Springs.
Douglas County has been one of the fastest growing counties in the United States and is actually in the center of Colorado geographically. Douglas County has four incorporated municipalities, Castle Rock, Larkspur, Lone Tree, and Parker. See Douglas County Government Info
Residents love the small town charm and atmosphere of Castle Rock, it's unique culture attracts people throughout the country. Due to it's growth you'll find just about every kind of home in Castle Rock from ranch, farm land, acreage, horse property, new homes, Condos, Townhomes, Lofts, and Flats built in recent years. Castle Rock is a great place to live, and you'll enjoy spectacular mountain views. If you are considering relocating to the area search for Castle Rock homes in our featured homes today. If you have any questions about the Castle Rock area or Castle Rock homes for sale call DeLUX Team Realty TOLL FREE @ 1-888-LUX-Team (589-8326), we'd be more than glad to answer your questions!
You'll enjoy the downtown boutiques, department stores, and the factory outlet stores in Castle Rock. Check out the factory outlet stores in Castle Rock for great bargins on brand name merchandise.
400 acres of Parks in 13 communities and neighborhoods, the award winning Red Hawk Ridge municipal golf course, and the Hidden Mesa open space. The Castle Rock Parks and Recreation Department offers many facilities and amenities including a 64,000 square foot recreation center,
The Douglas County school district is one of the fastest growing in the nation and is growing every year but that is no surprise since Douglas County is the fastest growing area in the metro Denver region. Get Castle Rock school information here.
If you want golf communities you'll find them in Castle Rock including the Red Hawk Ridge course which was designed by Jim Engh a golf course architect the 6,942 yard course combines a beautiful view of the front range of the Rocky Mountains with playability.
If you visit Castle Rock go to the "The Barn", a large white building on Perry St. and you'll find approximately 30 different vendors that sell just about everything from antiques, crafts, contemporary hand made jewelry, fine cigars and a toy store it's a grate way to spend a day! Castle Rock has many restaurants from drive troughs to exquisite dining, try the Castle Cafe for their fried chicken for the whole family or the Old Stone Church for fine dining.
If you are the outdoor adventurous type consider climbing the actual Castle Rock just north of town, you can't miss it!
A must see in Castle Rock is the Cherokee ranch & castle which is still a working ranch. You can make an appointment to tour the castle, go on a tour during the day and have lunch or in the evening the Castle offers dinner and often concerts. The Cherokee Castle is a must see in Castle Rock!