Less than a mile apart, sites located about 12 miles northwest of Fort Collins. Used mainly by anglers fishing for browns, brook and rainbow trout, also kayakers and rafters State Division of Wildlife stokes non-wild trout waters of Cache la Poudre.River.
CR 23N south 7 miles to CR 38E West on CR 38E approximately 4 more miles to entrance at south end of reservoir. Elevations vary from 5,430 feet to 7,255 feet at top of Horsetooth Rock, one of the most outstanding features and very familiar landmark.
Located at the site of old city water filtration plant, where North Fork of Cache la Poudre River joins main stem. Gateway offers a variety of recreational opportunities including nature trails, boat launch area, fishing, picnic shelter, information kiosks.
About 30,000 trout raised each year; kids love walking the concrete raceways and feeding swarms of fish (need quarters for food). Different sizes of fish in different holding areas including enormous fish at end of each tank (egg layers).
CR 52 to Bellvue and turn right onto CR 23N, go 1.4 miles then right on CR 25G. Another 1.6 miles to park entrance. Mountain biking, hiking and horseback riding amid fabulous foothills scenery.
The Discovery Science Center provides interactive, enjoyable exploration in science and technology. It is a regional institution that serves a spectrum of visitors.
Built in 1883 to provide the town of Fort Collins a better water supply system. By 1900 the community outgrew this first water system and in 1905, a new water delivery system was built at the confluence of the
Centennial Village is a living museum of splendid architecture that reflects the cultural lifestyles of early residents of Greeley and northeastern Colorado.
Enjoy farm animals, museum, Silo store, hayrides and pony rides. Children's classes and programs are available.
The Environmental Learning Center (ELC) is situated on 212 acres of land approximately three miles east of the main campus of Colorado State University in Fort Collins, on the banks of the Poudre River and along the Poudre River Trail.
Colorado maps, routing information, weather updates, brochures and other information. More than 200 acres of nature preserves, natural trails, interpretive trails, picnic areas and more. Open daily 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM winter and 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM summer.
This is a deactivated Atlas E missile site for one of the United States’ first operational intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM).
Located between CR32E and Highway 392 east of CR 3, site has a combination of riparian corridor, wetlands, agricultural fields, and bluffs, creating diverse habitat.
The Poudre Learning Center is a premier facility for interdisciplinary learning focusing on the importance of history, science, economics, stewardship and aesthetics of the Cache la Poudre River and Northeastern Colorado.
The Poudre River Trail is approximately 20-miles of paved trail from Island Grove Regional Park in Greeley, west through the town of Windsor along the majestic Cache La Poudre River.