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Western Heritage Welcome – Cattle Drive
While Castle Rock may be a thriving community, the Town’s western heritage is alive and well. Don’t miss the weekend of activities to celebrate Douglas County’s history and honor a longstanding tradition. Western Heritage Welcome kicks off the celebration. Cowboys and city folk alike are invited to join the celebration.
Friday, July 26
6 to 9 p.m.
Downtown Castle Rock
The Old West will truly come to life. Watch as cowhands drive a herd of longhorn steer and cattle through Downtown. Starting at Rock Park, the herd will continue along Perry Street before completing the journey right in front of the Castle Rock Police Department. Lots of Western activities will take place in Festival Park, too!
Spectators gather along Perry Street between Second and Fifth streets behind crowd barricade. Park County Regulators will be on hand to entertain the crowd.
Longhorn Steer Drive down Perry Street. Best viewing locations are between Fifth and Second streets on Perry Street.
Head to Festival Park for more old west entertainment with the Park County Regulators, pony rides, and more! Free activities for the kids, food trucks, cowboy themed cocktails.
During the 1800s, large herds of cattle were driven through Colorado. The route known as the “Goodnight-Loving Trail” started just east of Colorado Springs and passed through the area on the way to the stockyards in Denver. This event helps honor that heritage.
Celebrate the roots of our community, and give the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo the welcome it deserves by attending Western Heritage Welcome!