Aliases: Conestoga Park, Ordway Reservoir State Wildlife Area
This is the population center of Crowley County, and it has restaurants, gas and groceries. Conestoga Park in town hosts breeding Mississippi Kites in summer. Ordway Reservoir State Wildlife area, just north of town, has a pond worth checking for waterbirds.
Habitat: Urban/Suburban, Park/Cemetery, Pond/Lake/Reservoir
Directions: Ordway is at the junction of CO 71 and CO 96 about ten miles north of Rocky Ford. Conestoga Park is on the west side of Main north of downtown. The Ordway Reservoir SWA is on the west side of CO 71 about two miles north of the intersection with CO 96.
Delorme: 98 D2
Roads of Colorado: 123 F2
Dates of Access: Open all year
Ownership: Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Municipal
Admission: Town of Ordway is free; A valid hunting or fishing license is required for everyone 18 or older to access any State Wildlife Area or State Trust Land leased by Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
Restrictions: Please respect private property; keep pets on leash and clean up after them
Handicapped Access: Conestoga Park is partly accessible by sidewalk
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