Would You Like to Have Fun in Colorado
Colorado has wild life watching possibilities in Trinidad State Park and in this park there are wild animals like turkey, coyote and deer who call it their home. These entire things make Trinidad park a spectacular site. Surrounded by tall pines Pearl Lake State Park is one of the most beautiful parks in Colorado offering lush, quite and with forest surroundings. Visitors can camp along the lake which is deeper in the cozy woods.
Excellent fly and lure fishing is available at the park where native trout fish is available in abundance. The use of fire arms is banned during Summer. Hunting is allowed in some areas during legal seasons after Labour Day. It also provides access to Routt National Forest. Glorious alpine meadow of the Western edge of Grand Mesa National Forest is located Vega State Park. It is on a 8,000 ft altitude, with sub-alpine beauty, mild temperature and blue Colorado sky. The lake offers boating, ice fishing and water skiing.
Visitors can find the great trails atop Grand Mesa for hiking, four wheeling and biking during summer and cross country skiing and snowmobiling in winter. It is the largest water body in the Grand Valley region. A few lakes make it good for trout fishing. In the Grand Valley of Western Colorado lies the Highline State Park. It features shady grassy areas and even maintained turf. It has two beautiful lakes- Highline Lake is for boaters and water skiers and Mach Mesa Lake is for wake less boating only.
With its red-rock outcroppings Roxborough State Park is the most beautiful and dramatic park in the state of Colorado. Located in South West of Denver it has a spectacular rock formation and is ecologically located between the mountains and plains. Roxborough has lots of wildlife like black bear, mountain lion, elk, mule deer, raccoons and coyote. You can also find golden eagles that are hunting small mammals, snakes and birds.
Great blue heron, white pelicans and whooping crane make a stop here. In Winter, it provides an excellent spot to watch ducks and geese migrate through. Iron Man competition qualifier, The Desert Sun Triathlon, is held every July. You can also do fishing in both the lakes having lots of catfish, crappie, rainbow trout, bass and trout. Mack Mesa is known for its early season trout fishing.
Water fowl hunting at Highline Lake is controlled. Any information and regulation is available from any park. The first view of Navajo State Park is purely unbelievable. This huge reservoir extends into New Mexico. Get your family or friends together and enjoy a stay at the houseboat. Explore three major rivers and sail or water-ski in the open waters.
You also get a chance to see the wildlife like foxes, deer, black bears, mountain lions, mink, sea beaver, elk and rabbits. It also has lots of birds like bald eagles, turkey, doves and grouse. Deer, elk and bird hunting is permitted here in established seasons. Many types of fish are also available here like catfish, crappie, small bass, kokanee salmon, northern pike and many varieties of trout. If you are planning to go fishing, be sure to pick up your New Mexico fishing license at the marina.