Penrose Commons is a BLM OHV recreation area near Penrose, Colorado. The area is full of crisscrossing full-size and ATV trails of varying difficulty.
BLM 6102E is a 1.2-mile long out-and-back trail through open meadows and juniper groves, leading to a couple of side spurs and the southern edge of the BLM land. The trail ends at a locked gate to private property, do not proceed past this gate. There is a very small turnaround area at the end. The moderate rating of this trail is due to rocky climbs and deep washed-out ruts. This trail is suitable for any 4x4 with good clearance.
Penrose Commons is BLM land and allows dispersed camping, but you should camp only in pre-existing sites. Do not make new fire rings. 6102D has no obvious campsites, but the surrounding trails have plenty. Vault toilets are located at the entrance to the OHV area.
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