Water Hole in Guffey

This swimming hole is located on the way to Guffey off Park County 102. It is the property of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) which is like State land.
Directions:  Take Highway 24 through Woodland Park to Divide. Just outside of Divide, turn left on Lower Twin Rocks Road. Take that to Teller 1. Turn left on Teller 1. Turn right on Teller 11. Turn right on Teller 112 towards Guffey. Teller 112 turns into Park County 102. Just after the Park County 102 sign, look for a parking lot on the left hand side of the road. You will know you are in the right spot when you see the NO PARKING signs on the roadside. (The parking lot gets so full that people tend to park alongside the road).
Park in the parking lot and walk across the road to the BLM sign. Take the path down the rocky pathway, enter through the green gate, and walk another 10 minutes. You will come upon this neat little water hole. Great fun. SWIM AT YOUR OWN RISK!
  • Water Hole on BLM Land

  • You know the parking lot is near when you see these signs on the side of the road. The parking lot gets so full they have a problem with people parking alongside the road.
  • Parking Lot

  • BLM Sign at Trailhead

  • Gate you must enter through on your way to water hole.
  • Warning

    Once you see this sign you'll know you're getting close.
  • View from Above

    As you look down on the water hole. Notice the swimmers perched up on the rock ready to jump in.
  • Look hard and you'll see the divers/jumpers/crazy people!
  • Gery & Gabriel

    Taking a break from work, one of my associate brokers, Gery Diethelm, cooling off in the water hole with my son, Gabriel. It was cold. Brrrrrrrr!