Woodland Park Colorado is located in Teller County sharing a border with the most western part of El Paso County. At approximately 8400 feet of elevation, it is the highest area in the Pikes Peak Region. To get to Woodland Park, travel west on Highway 24 through Ute Pass and you will arrive at "The City in the Clouds", Woodland Park. The area of Woodland Park makes up about 18 square miles, and people love this area for its trees, views and mountain town feel.
Schools in Woodland Park CO
Woodland Park CO has its own school district RE-2. The Woodland Park School District RE-2 has 3 elementary schools, (Summit Elementary School, Gateway Elementary School and Columbine Elementary School), one middle school (Woodland Park High School) and one high school (Woodland Park High School). In addition, Woodland Park School District has home school and online school enrichment options.
Weather in Woodland Park CO
The weather in the Woodland Park tends to be a little more extreme than in other parts of the Colorado Springs area due to its higher elevation and mountainous terrain. Average highs in the winter are in the upper 30's with average lows dropping down to 5-15 degrees. Summertime temperatures average 70-75 degrees with the lows in the mid-40s. The Woodland Park Colorado area experiences cooler summertime temperatures than most parts of the Pikes Peak region, and air conditioners are rarely needed.