Teller County begins 20 miles West of Colorado Springs and is accessed via State Highway 24 West. It is almost directly in the center of the State of Colorado at elevations ranging from 8,000 feet in Woodland Park to over 14,000 on the back side of Pikes Peak. Incorporated in 1899, the county seat is Cripple Creek. County Demographics: population was 12,468 in 1990 and 21,228 in 1999; location is 38°53'N 105°9'W; land area is 557.10 square miles (356,542 acres); water area is 1.89 square miles (1,211 acres). Source: US Census Bureau.
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Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization
List of reported sightings of Bigfoot in the Teller County area.
Colorado Mountain Land and Ranches, LLC
Mountain land and ranch properties located near Colorado Springs in Teller County.
Habitat for Humanity, Teller County, Colorado
About the local chapter, current projects, how to get involved, and a photograph gallery.
Rampart Library District
Branch locations in Florissant and Woodland Park. Includes catalog, reference database, programs and policies, and newsletter.
Official government site includes county news and departmental information as well as the websites of the Board of County Commissioners, Assessor, Clerk, Treasurer, Sheriff, and Coroner.
Teller County Genealogy
Assists in locating information about ancestors that resided in what is now Teller County. Includes links to resources and instructions on how to find genealogical information.
Ute Pass Historical Society
Preserving the past of this local corridor. Features research and historical information, exhibits, membership, and special events.
Visit Teller County
Restaurants, lodging, events, calendar and maps of the area.
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