Aliases: Glenwood Springs
This small park is one of the best near Glenwood, and a good spot to check if you have a little bit of time in town. Lewis’s Woodpecker is semi-reliable here, and the river can be quite good for American Dipper, especially during the winter months. Look in the riparian habitat for various breeding birds during the summer, and sparrows during the winter months.
Habitat: Lowland Riparian, Urban/Suburban
Directions: In Glenwood Springs, take exit 116 off of I-70 and head south on Grand Ave. Go across the river and take your first right onto 7th St. Follow this road across the river again to a 'T' with Midland Ave. Turn left and drive south to the park entrance, on the left.
Delorme: 35 D7
Roads of Colorado: 68 A3
Dates of Access: Open all year, daylight hours
Hours: Daylight hours
Parking: Parking area
Lodging: Hotels in Glenwood Springs
Handicapped Access: Limited car birding