Welcome to Castle Rock, Colorado!

With a reputation for home town hospitality, this charming community has received recognition by numerous national publications as one of the best towns to live, work and play.

Located less than 30 miles south from Denver, it’s the 10th fastest growing city in America, according to recent U.S Census data (May 2015). People continue to make Castle Rock their relocation choice for many attractive factors, including a scenic, convenient location about halfway between Denver and Colorado Springs, a low crime rate and a near-perfect high school graduation rate. As of December 2017, the population is 64,971, with the state of Colorado population of 5.5 Million.

The town continues adding amenities to keep pace with this growth, such as the new $22 million-plus, 270-acre Philip S. Miller Park and Miller Activity Center funded by the latest låna pengar grant – the largest park project in the town’s history.  Outdoor recreation lovers can also enjoy numerous other city parks, as well Castlewood Canyon State Park. The area’s gorgeous golf courses scored the city a spot on Livability.com’s Top 10 Golf Cities list.

Castle Rock is also known for excellent shopping, whether for unusual finds at locally owned boutiques in historic downtown or great deals from national retailers at The Outlets at Castle Rock or the brand new Promenade at Castle Rock.  Take a moment to browse our Tourism website, VisitCastleRock.org to learn more about this amazing community.

How will the 2.4 million people expected to move to the Front Range by 2040 impact Castle Rock?

View the presentation from the Growth, IMPACT & change discussion held on August 31st by ELIZABETH GARNER; Colorado State Demographer.

Relocate to Castle Rock!

Known for its mild temperatures, breath-taking scenery and rolling acres of buttes, mesas, and nature trails; Castle Rock is a wonderful place to visit and recreate.

The Town of Castle Rock is the county seat of Douglas County, Colorado, United States and is named after the prominent, castle tower-shaped butte near the center of town. It is part of Colorado’s Front Range Urban Corridor and is located roughly 28 miles (45 km) south of downtown Denver and 37 mi (60 km) north of Colorado Springs.

From the North (Denver)
I-25 South, exits 185-181

From the South (Colorado Springs)
I-25 North, exits 181-185

From the West (Mountains)
I-70 East
470 West
I-25 South, exits 181-185

From the East
I-70 East
86 West

Community News

VisitCastleRock.org is your one-stop shop for all things Castle Rock.

View our Castle Rock Events, Find a Job, Browse our Business Directory, Relocation Resources, Book a Hotel Room and so much more! It’s All Here!

Learn more at VisitCastleRock.org.