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Want to go Fishing or Hunting in Northeast Colorado?
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Want to go Fishing or Hunting in Northeast Colorado?

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is world-renowned for their ADA accessible fishing and hunting locations throughout the state. Furthermore, the state of Colorado makes sure that any special needs resident of Colorado can obtain a Columbine Pass for just $14 a year.

ADA Accessible Fishing Locations in Northeast Colorado: 

City of Arvada

  1. Arvada Reservoir: This is a beautiful site that has an abundance of wildlife in the western portion of the reservoir. Furthermore, this reservoir is an important water source for the City of Arvada.
  2. Lake Arbor Community Park: The Park has different accessible fishing piers and restrooms. Furthermore, you can take advantage of the open space, enjoy different trails, and visit over 125 miles of bike and hiking trails.
  3. Birdland Lake & Jack B. Tomlinson Park: The Park offers paved trails and a great fishing area that is easily accessible.

City of Aurora 

  1. Aurora Reservoir and Marina: This is a 5-acre Park with plenty of activities for the family. Spend the day fishing, picnicking or even sunbathing at the swim beach. Furthermore, there is an 8 mile trail that circles part of the park.
  2. Quincy Reservoir Natural Area: The beautiful 288 acre reservoir is nestled amongst the neighborhoods of Aurora. You will have hours of enjoyment fishing, watching the Swainson’s hawks, or exploring the trail.
  3. Cherry Creek State Park: The Park was originally constructed for flood mitigation. However, now there is plenty of fishing, a beautiful wildlife trail and a portion of the trail connects to Cherry Creek State Park.

City of Boulder 

  1. Boulder Reservoir: The reservoir sits on 700 acres of land that offers multi-use recreation and water storage for the city of Boulder. Here you will have plenty of places to fish, picnic, or just relax and enjoy the beautiful wildlife.
  2. Coot Lake: The Lake is approximately 1.2 miles that offers plenty of fishing from several designated areas. Your children will have a unique opportunity to explore the lake, wildlife, and the different wetland species.  
  3. Central Park: This is the perfect fishing spot for the whole family. The fishing pond is kids’ friendly and offers hours of fun fishing with plenty of other activities for your family.
  4. Sawhill Ponds: This fishing spot is popular for anyone using a wheelchair. Enjoy the day fishing and take along a picnic lunch to eat at one of the beautiful picnic areas around the park.
  5. Walden Ponds Wildlife Habitat: This is a beautiful place to spend the day. There are picnic areas, plenty of fishing, and accessible parking.

This is only a few of the wonderful fishing spots in Northeast Colorado. If you want to learn about more places to visit and fish in Northeast Colorado please visit Colorado Parks and Wildlife website.

If you’re interested in obtaining your free lifetime fishing license from Colorado please download the PDF file for full details. Furthermore, Colorado offers disabled veterans a lifetime fishing and small game hunting combo license. Download the PDF file for full details on how to apply for your combo license. 



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