Penrose Commons BLM#6102A

Total Miles


1841.64 ft


0.5 Hours

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Best Time

Spring, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

Penrose Commons OHV Trail# 6102A is the trail that overlooks a narrow valley where the famous Patriot trails traverse (Independence Trail, Patriot Trail, and Liberty Trail). Although this trail connects the well-known extreme 4x4 trail, 6102A is a moderate trail consisting of mostly rocks and surrounded by pinon and juniper trees that can be narrow in some sections due to overgrown tree branches, risking some light pinstriping. Enjoy panoramic views including the Sangre De Cristo Mountain range. Penrose Commons offers dispersed camping, vault toilets, decent cell service, and a spacious staging area at the trailhead. The trails are also used for ATVs, dirt bikes, and horseback riding. It's open year-round but is subject to closure during wet weather conditions.


There are narrow sections with tree branches that risk pinstriping.

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Access Description

From Colorado Springs, take CO 115 South towards Penrose, CO. Turn right on 3rd St. then turn right onto E St. Continue on County Road 127 for about 3 miles to the Penrose Commons staging area and wet weather gate.