A bustling farmers draws a big crowd and more than 100 vendors on Friday mornings in Woodland Park’s renovated Memorial Park, just a block from busy U.S. Highway 24.
A bustling farmers draws a big crowd and more than 100 vendors on Friday mornings in Woodland Park’s renovated Memorial Park, just a block from busy U.S. Highway 24.

Woodland Park, the scenic mountain town just a short drive up Ute Pass from Colorado Springs, is thriving in many ways — but also faces a host of challenges. Many of those challenges are unique even for a Colorado mountain town, primarily because U.S. Highway 24 winds smack through the middle of the city. “We’re […]

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