Park County Bondsman

Park County Bondsman

 303 Bail Bonds is a 24/7 365 Colorado bail bonds service! If you’re looking for a fast, professional, and an affordable Bail Bondsman, you have come to the right place. We service all of Colorado and all of our Bail Bondsman Colorado offices are conveniently located throughout Colorado and Park County. You can reach any of our offices to help you or simply to get more information on how we can help you get out of jail in Park County. Our Park County offices are open 24/7 all year round so we’re always in when you want to get out. Call our main Park County office at:


Park County Jail

Park County Jail Phone: (719) 836-2494

1180 CO RD 16, Fairplay, CO 80440

Park County Jail



You can find out if a person is being held at the Park County Jail by calling (719) 836-4373, or by visiting VINE Link and searching under the persons name (for inmates with Park County charges only).

Please Note: those inmates held for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Colorado Department of Corrections (DOC), or charges from other counties will not be found by going to the VINE Link above. You will have to call the jail.



Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA)

The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) of 2003 is a federal law established to address the elimination of sexual assault in correctional systems. PREA applies to all federal, state, and local prisons, jails, police lock-ups, private facilities, and community settings such as residential facilities.


Care Pack's

Canteen Correctional Services is now offering to friends and family members a way to send care packs to inmates at our facility. Please visit to view your options. The products spending limit for Park County is $100.



Mail can be sent to an inmate at the Park County Jail at the following address:
Inmate's Name
Park County Jail
P.O. Box 965
Fairplay, CO 80440


Inmates May Receive

  • Greeting cards, letters, children's drawings, etc.

  • Money to be placed on their books, in the form of money orders only. These may also be dropped off at the detention window.

  • Photographs that do not have nudity or otherwise obscene content. No Polaroids.

  • Magazines or softcover books direct from a publisher or dealer.


Inmates May Not Receive

  • Decorative stamps or stickers on or inside the envelope.

  • Postage stamps, blank paper, drawing tablets, pens, pencils or mailing envelopes.

  • Cash, personal checks, payroll checks or tax refund checks.

  • Any unknown substance.

  • Hardcover books, pornographic magazines, etc.

  • Any food, hygiene items, clothing or medical supplies.

  • Any literature that promotes racism, supports gang-related activity, threatens a person's religious beliefs, or could otherwise be considered harmful.