Comanche National Grassland


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Comanche National Grassland

Address:27204 Hwy 287
PO Box 127
Springfield, CO 81073

Phone:719-523-6591
Fax:719-523-4861
Web: www.fs.fed.us/r2/psicc/coma
Size: 443,030 acres.
Location:Southeastern Colorado. Accessible by US 160, 287/385, and 350; CO 109, and 50. Nearby cities/towns include Kim, Walsh, Lamar, Campo, Pritchett, and Vilas.
Facilities:Dispersed camping, trails, 3 picnic areas, scenic drive.
Activities:Camping, hunting, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, bird watching, wildlife viewing.
Special Features:Vogel Canyon and Picture Canyon, which contain prehistoric Native American village sites and well-preserved examples of rock art; Picketwire Canyonlands, largest dinosaur track in North America with 1,300 footprints; a segment of Santa Fe National Historical Trail (see entry in national trails section), with historic water springs sites, scenic lookouts, and visible wagon ruts.

See other parks in Colorado.
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The sites in that study included the Comanche National Grassland, the Central Plains Experimental Range, and mixed-grass prairie on U.S.
of Portal, 25 June 1970 (DMNS ZA.325); Colorado: Denver County: 1 [??], Denver (39[degrees]44'N, 104[degrees]59'W), 4 February 1939 (CU); 1 [??], Smokey Hill, 5 July 1938 (CU); Las Animas County: 1 [??], near Chacuaco Creek (37[degrees]33'N, 103[degrees]38'W), 12 June 1962 (CU); Otero County: 1 [??], Comanche National Grasslands (39[degrees]29'N, 105[degrees]16'W), 29 May 2004 (DMNS ZA.7554); Pueblo County: 1 [??], Pueblo West (38[degrees]18'N, 104[degrees]46'W), 25 September 1999 (DMNS ZA.9841); Weld County: 1 [??], 20.9 km N.
Look to the southeast--two huge chunks of the Comanche National Grasslands.

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