Kinney State Wildlife Area (Kinney Tract)

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Kinney State Wildlife Area (Kinney Tract)

Small and secluded, Kinney State Wildlife Area can be very attractive to birds. The trees right around the parking lot and the Russian-Olives along the east shore provide shade and can be good for migrating flycatchers, warblers and sparrows. A stand of willows on the southwest shore of the lake is worth checking too. Marsh birds congregate in the cattails at the far north end of the lake, and you might see mule and white-tailed deer, pronghorn, rabbits, red fox, coyotes, snakes and other reptiles. You can camp for free in this beautiful location.

County: Lincoln

Habitat: Pond, Lowland Riparian, Marsh, Grassland/Prairie

Directions: From the north, go south from Hugo on CR 32 to CR 2J. Turn east on 2J and go one mile to the entrance. From the south, go north on CR 32 from CO 94. Turn east on 2J and go one mile to the entrance.

Delorme: 98 A3
Roads of Colorado: 92 B4

Dates of Access: Open all year
Ownership: Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Admission: A valid hunting or fishing license, or State Wildlife Area pass is required for everyone 16 or older accessing any state wildlife area or state trust lands.

Restrictions: Obey all CPW rules and regulations; be aware of hunters in season

Parking: Gravel parking area
Lodging: Primitive camping, hotels in Limon

Handicapped: No
Handicapped Access: Lake and some trees can be viewed from car

Latitude: 38.97274
Longitude: -103.46146

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Drinking FountainNo
Gravel TrailsNo
Paved TrailsNo
Visitor CenterNo
Gift ShopNo

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