Stagestop is a Mountain Community located in Park County, Colorado. With over 1000 acres subdivided into 500 lots, it's an ideal location for a primary residence, a second home or that get away camping site.
In addition to the amenities of a remote mountain getaway, Stagestop offers its residents some of the best private fishing in the mountain region. There are over 17 miles of privately stocked river fishing for the fly fishing aficionado and three stocked ponds for more relaxed family fishing.
Besides fishing, there are numerous other recreational opportunities close to the Community. The Pike National Forest is practically in the communities backyard. There are 10's of thousands of acres available for hiking within a 15 minute drive and miles of National Forest roads for OHV recreation within easy reach. Additionally, from here it's an easy drive to the Breckenridge Ski area and beyond.
Only 1 1/2 hour drive from Denver or Colorado Springs, it's an ideal place for a dream mountain hideaway.
Did You Know?
In the fever of the 1859 Colorado Gold Rush, miners who staked claims along Tarryall Creek chased away newcomers, who suggested that a better name for the place might be Grab All Creek. The rejected newcomers found gold farther West and named their new camp Fairplay to show that theirs was an equal-opportunity mining community.