Colorado Points of Interest

Kenosha Wildlife Viewing Observation Site


The Kenosha Wildlife Viewing Observation Site is accessed by a short trail and provides views of the Kenosha Pass area including a wetland area.


KENOSHA WILDLIFE VIEWING OBSERVATION SITE

Points of Interest
Location
Birds
Buried Stumps
Charlotte Hill
Consequences of Collecting
Early Dinosaurs
Earth Cools
Fascination With Fossils
FFB-Gateway to the Gold Belt Tour
Fierce Competition
Florissant Formation
Florissant Fossil Beds Visitor Center
Hornbek Homestead
Jawless fish
Kenosha Wildlife Viewing Observation Site
Land Plants
Land Vertebrates
Learning from Tree Rings
Life in the Forest
Life Zones
Mammoth
No Smoking, Sawmill and Hans Loop, VC and Parking Lot
Paleontology Today
Pioneers, Prospectors, and Paleontologists
Present Touches Past
Preserve and Protect
relatives near and far
Resource Protection Area
Revegetation Area/ Wall Mountain Tuff
The Big Four
The Big Stump
The Colorado Petrified Forest Lodge
The Role of Fire
Visitors Arrive
Walk Through Time
Wall Mountain Tuff

Nearby Camping
Location Campsites Reservations Toilets Showers Elevation
Clear Lake 8 10,029 ft
Michigan Creek 12 10,076 ft
Guanella Pass 18 10,754 ft
Hall Valley 9 9,842 ft
St. Louis Creek 17 8,859 ft
Mizpah 10 9,640 ft
West Chicago Creek 16 9,611 ft
Aspen 12 9,956 ft
Jefferson Creek 17 10,117 ft
Geneva Park 25 9,791 ft
Empire City RV Parking Numerous 8,635 ft
Kenosha Pass 25 10,052 ft
Byers Creek 6 9,352 ft
Burning Bear 13 9,643 ft
Robbers Roost 11 9,778 ft
Handcart 10 9,818 ft
Whiteside 5 8,909 ft
Idlewild 24 8,893 ft
Georgetown Lake Numerous 8,439 ft
Lodgepole - Jefferson 34 9,960 ft
Hideaway Park Dispersed Numerous 8,784 ft

Nearby Streamflow Levels