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Colorado State Parks

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Pikes Peak Region
San Isabel National Forest
Spring Hike ©
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(lat:38.4083 lon:-105.9339)
The Pike and San Isabel National Forests Cimarron and Comanche National Grasslands is comprised of 2 national forests and 2 national grasslands that forest locator map cover nearly 3 million acres, between the prairies of western Kansas and some of Colorado's highest mountain peaks along the Continental Divide. These sprawling forests and grasslands are an eight hour drive from boundary to boundary. This landscape offers a variety of ecosystems rich in history, geology, scenery, wildlife habitat and recreation opportunities.

The PSICC is a busy urban National Forest that has the Colorado front range, a majority of fourteen thousand foot peaks in Colorado, and wide-open grasslands of eastern Colorado and western Kansas. More than 60 percent of the water used by metropolitan area of Denver, CO originates from the South Platte River.

The forest offers a wealth of experiences from historic cabin rentals to the birthplace of developed recreation on the San Carlos Ranger District. The Comanche Ranger District lays claim to the internationally known dinosaur trackway at Picket Wire Canyonlands and continues to excite researchers and visitors alike with new discoveries. The PSICC manages nine Wilderness areas, numerous scenic byways and a full spectrum of outdoor opportunities.

San Isabel National Forest is

Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
WE HAVE CAMPED AT turquoise Lake {Molly Brown] for years Never have we met such a rude camp host. Every camp site had a story. it was almost funny watching each new family arrive seeing him track them down. threatened a 79 year old woman for tuning the wrong way on the road even though she pulled over right away. Threatened to make her leave the park, left her in tears. maybe the roads need better markings, watched him chase many cars for the same offense. when someone had a hammock on tree, he stopped, didnt say a word handed them a paper told them to read the highlighted section.. previous camp host always made us feel welcome, would stop by to talk
April 30 great senior pics by ash-nicole
good camp sites, and quiet. nice mountain stream and good fishing at the lake...the little town by the lake is nice and very hospitable!
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