This very remote State Wildlife Area is scenic, with some small bluffs and a medium-sized lake. It is one of the better locations in the county for migrating shorebirds and ducks. Look for Rock Wren, Golden Eagle, Scaled Quail, pronghorn, coyote and jackrabbits. The State Wildlife Area offers free primitive camping.
Attractions: Picnic shelters, headwaters of Adobe Creek
Habitat: Pond, Grassland/Prairie, Tamarisk
Directions: From Highway 94 twelve miles east of Punkin Center, go south on 32 road about 10 miles to the entrance.
Delorme: 98 B3
Roads of Colorado: 108 A2
Dates of Access: Open all year
Ownership: Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Restrictions: Obey CDOW rules and regulations; be aware of hunters in season. Restrooms closed in winter
Parking: Gravel parking areas
Lodging: Free primitive camping
Handicapped Access: Limited