West Colorado Springs is a community in Cong Spring, El Paso County, Colorado. Downtown Colorado Springs boundary lines the eastern district of West Colorado Springs, Old Colorado City borders the southern district, Northwest borders the northern district, and Public Lands and National Forests border the western district.
West Colorado Springs is home to The Garden of the Gods Club, Kissing Camels Club, Glen Eyrie and the Garden of the Gods Park. People live in the West part of Colorado Springs for its convenience and its proximity to the natural beauty this area has to offer such as Cave of the Winds Mountain Park, Rainbow Falls, Siamese Twins, Steamboat Rock, Kissing Camels, and Balanced Rock. It is home to notable museums and other historical sites including Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site, and Miramont Castle Museum.
West Colorado Springs is popular for its many outdoor activities, such as hiking, climbing, and mountain biking. It’s home to the Garden of the Gods and the Red Rock Canyon Open Space, both known for their dramatic sandstone formations. The Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site is a living history museum that recreates farm life in the early pioneer days.
Interstate 25 forms a natural boundary to the east. The community can be accessed via the Interstate 25 interchange from the east then taking West Fillmore Street or from the south taking Uintah Street. Mesa Road enters from the southeast and then heads slightly towards the northwest. West Fillmore Street turns into Fontmore Road after intersecting with Mesa Road towards the west and leads to the rest of the community.
West Colorado Springs Coordinates: 38.8688° N, 104.8805° W