- Kayakers and outstanding scenery along the Cache la Poudre, CO’s only Ntl Wild and Scenic River.
- State Forest SP has some of everything, including the largest moose herd in Colorado.
- Wonderful wildlife photo ops abound at Arapaho NWR.
A National Wild and Scenic River
- Length: 97 miles
- Driving Time: min. 2 hours
The entire length of the Cache la Poudre Scenic Byway is paved. It follows along the Cache la Poudre River for about 50 miles and in this stretch you’ll find 11 Forest Service CG’s. It then climbs up to Cameron Pass (10249 ft) and drops into North Park, prime moose viewing country.
71,000 acres and something for everyone.
The park has 219 campsites, a corral at the Bockman CG, 6 cabins, 7 yurts, 9 picnic sites, 80 miles of
motorized roads and trails, 70 miles of groomed snowmobile trails, 50 miles of signed snowshoe and skiing trails, and the largest moose herd in Colorado.
Moose and birds aplenty.
The Refuge was established to provide suitable nesting and rearing habitat for migratory birds. Meandering streams, streamside willows, and meadow habitats found at Arapaho National Wildlife Refuge create excellent wildlife habitat.