Fishers Peak State Park is a state park in the U.S. state of Colorado, located at 4500 Lake Stetson Drive (U.S. Route 50), about 3 miles west of Trinidad and 12 miles east of Denver. The park was established on June 5, 2004 and opened to the public on December 13, 2006. It covers 2,936 acres (1,188ha) surrounding Fishers Peak, elevation 9,632 feet (2,972m).
The peak itself is not within the boundaries of the park; it lies outside of the park boundary but is accessible from the park via an unpaved road that winds past fields of grazing cattle. The park also includes land near the townsite of Staunton Hill and Black Forest. In addition, the park has equestrian trails for riding horses and other animals.
There are several lakes including:
- Little Crystal
- Lost Lake
- Mud Lake
- Red Hills Lake
- Rock Creek Lake
- and Willow Lakes. Fishing opportunities are provided by Rainbow Falls Brook
- West Branch White River
- Zephyr Creek
A boat ramp allows access to the river system for non-powered boating. Mountain bike trails include the Chain Gang Trail and the Farm Loop Trail. Other trail systems available for use include the Aspen Ridge Parkway and the Willimantic Pathway.
- mountain biking