A great way to see the flora and fauna of Pueblo Mountain Park is to take a hike along one of the trails. There are approximately six miles of trails in the park, open to foot and horse traffic only. National Forest trails can be accessed through Pueblo Mountain Park, offering many more miles of trails.
Devil’s Canyon Trail: Accessed from the trailhead just up the road from the ballpark, this trail is the most heavily used trail in the park. The trail travels along a seasonal drainage called Devil’s Dribble. Much of the trail is shaded, making it a perfect summer afternoon hike.
Mace Trail: The trailhead is just up the road from the Devil’s Canyon Trailhead. It climbs through most of the park’s terrestrial ecosystems. You can access Lookout Point via the Mace Trail.
Tower Trail: The Tower Trailhead is at the southern end of the Scenic Highway, the park’s upper road. You can access Camp Burch and USFS Trail #1321 (South Creek) via this trail, as well as loop into the Mace Trail. The fire tower is the high point of the park at 7400.
Northridge Trail: The park’s longest trail can be accessed at the Devil’s Canyon Trailhead. This trail loops into the Mace Trail and the upper part of the Devil’s Canyon drainage. This trail provides access to USFS Trail #1384 (Squirrel Creek).