The Rocky Mountain Arsenal is a phenomenal open space refuge home to more than 300 species of wildlife. It is the second ... More
Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge
The Rocky Mountain Arsenal is a phenomenal open space refuge home to more than 300 species of wildlife. It is the second largest urban wildlife refuge in the country. The arsenal spans 17,000 acres of prairie and a 1000-acre wetland area also stretches across the terrain. The site is open to the public every Saturday and Sunday and offers over three miles of sightseeing trails and a two-hour wildlife viewing bus ride. The tour is free but requires a reservation. Tours begin at 9am.
Staff was super friendly and knowledgeable. Went on a little hike around the small lake - saw a golden eagle, prairie dogs, ducks, geese, and more! Gorgeous scenery + free admission = a fun little escape!
Denver's best kept secret! The entrance is now at 56th and Havana! Great wildlife viewing in a metropolitan area! Nearly 9 miles of trails to view the deer, birds and enjoy the serenity! Thier public tours are a must, reservations are required for this popular activity!
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