Larkspur is a tiny town of less than two hundred people in Douglas County. It’s situated between Denver and Colorado Springs on Highway I-25.
It’s most known for it’s annual festival, the Colorado Renaissance Festival, which runs every weekend during the heart of the summer. The town resides at an elevation of 6,726 feet.
A post office was founded in Larkspur in 1871. The town was named for the plethora of larkspur, a flower found by the original town site. Larkspur was incorporated in 1979.
Read about the camping near Castle Rock, Larkspur and Monument.
Jun-Aug – Colorado Renaissance Festival – Let your imagination run wild at this weekend event held from mid June to early August.
Activities near Larkspur
Visit the town’s official website.