Water Clock

The Water Clock is Currently OPEN

Quick Facts

  • Only one-of-its kind in Colorado
  • Replica of the original Royal Gorge Bridge Waterclock
  • Water is seasonal

“This was my first visit to Royal Gorge in Colorado. And it fully exceeded my expectations. I was there on a Friday. Easy to access with plenty of parking. I was taken in by the sights even before I entered the park. I was visiting with my Mom and Dad. The visitor center is bright and welcoming. Every there and in the park are ready with a helping hand or information. Passing through the visitor center after you obtain your tickets, you come across one of the coolest clocks I have ever seen. And that’s just the beginning.” – Allen

Drip drop. Tick tock. Take a look at this very rare clock!

Located just behind the Visitor Center, this Water Clock is the only one of its kind in Colorado. This new Water Clock is a replica of the original, which kept time for 30 years before the Royal Gorge Fire. Watch cascading water tumble from bucket to bucket and snap a photo with this extraordinary clock.

Royal Gorge Bridge & Park; Canon City; Fremont County; Colorado

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