Fort Collins / Poudre Canyon KOA

6670 North US Highway 287

Laporte, CO 80535

Reserve: 800-562-2648

Info: 970-493-9758

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Avery House (historic house on the national register)

328 W. Mountain Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80524
970-221-0533

Tour a home that belonged to Franklin & Sara Avery. Mr. Avery founded First National Bank. The house is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

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Bellevue-Watson Hatchery

P.O. Box 107, 4936 West CR 52E
Bellvue, CO 80512
970-482-1659
Tour a fish hatchery.

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Anheuser-Busch Tour Center

2351 Busch Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80524
970-490-4694

Enjoy a tour of the Anheuser-Busch Brewery.

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New Belgium Brewing Co.

500 Linden St.
Fort Collins, CO 80524
970-221-0524

Brewing beer is one of the great forums where art and science live happily as one. Come see the process firsthand at New Belgium Brewing Co.

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Odell Brewing Co.

800 E. Lincoln Ave.
Fort Collins, CO
970-498-9070

At Odell Brewing we keep the "craft" in Craft Brewing.

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Cache la Poudre River Canyon

Take 14 West into the mountains off of Highway 287. The Poudre is Colorado's only nationally designated "Wild and scenic" river. Highway 14 is designated a Colorado Scenic and Historic Byway between Fort Collins and Walden. Hiking, picnicking, winter sports, hunting, fishing, whitewater rafting, wildlife viewing. Stop by Arrowhead Lodge, which has been on the National Register of Historic places since 1992. It's at 33021 Poudre Canyon Highway, Bellevue, CO 80512. Phone: 970-881-2139.

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City Park Railway

1599 City Park Drive
Fort Collins, CO
970-416-2990
Mini train with riding cars for the whole family. May - September.

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Cloverleaf Kennel Club

2527 NW Frontage Rd
Loveland, CO 80538
970-667-6211
Greyhound racing.

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Colorado State University

Fort Collins, CO
See the Colorado State University campus, take in a sporting event. CSU Summer Café Theatre - Late June and July (plays presented by the CSU Theatre Department. Lagoon Concert Series - Wednesday evenings, June-July.

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Discovery Science Center

703 E. Prospect Rd
Fort Collins, CO 80525
970-472-3991

Discovery Science Center is northern Colorado's only hands-on science and technology center, loaded with 120 incredible interactive exhibits to ignite your curiosity and make learning fun for the entire family.

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Edora Park and Eldora Pool Ice Center

1801 Riverside Drive
Fort Collins, CO
970-221-6660 (park), 970-221-6683 (pool and ice center)
Disc golf course, BMX track, fitness course, skateboard park, trail, winter sledding and cross country skiing, swimming pool, wader, therapy pool, 2 ice rinks and fitness room.

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Fort Collins Farmer's Market

Sundays and Wednesdays at the SW corner of the Harmony Market parking lot at Harmony Road and Lemay Ave.
970-495-4889

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Fort Collins Municipal Railway Society

P.O. Box 635
Fort Collins, CO 80522
970-224-5372
Railway running from City Park to Downtown. Car 21 is the only original restored city streetcar operating in the Western U.S.

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Fort Collins Museum

200 Matthews St.
Fort Collins, CO 80524
970-221-6738
Self-guided tours and guided tours upon request at Fort Collins Museum. Three galleries of displays, three historic cabins and a one-room schoolhouse from 1905.

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Fort Collins Museum of Contemporary Art

(formerly known as OneWest Arts Center)
201 S. College, Fort Collins, CO 80524
970-482-2787
This museum focuses on national and regional contemporary art.

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City Park Nine Golf Course

411 S. Bryan Ave.
Fort Collins, CO
970-221-6650

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Collindale Golf Course

1441 E. Horsetooth Rd
Fort Collins, CO
970-221-6651

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Southridge Golf Club

5750 S. Lemay Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80525
970-416-2828

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Grandview Cemetery

1900 W. Mountain Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80525
970-221-6810
A historic cemetery where some of Fort Collins' founders are buried.

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The Great Stupa at Shambhala Mountain Center

4921 County Road 68-C
Read Feather Lakes, CO 80545
970-881-2184
The Great Stupa is a great example of sacred Buddhist architecture.

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Holiday Twin Drive-In

2206 S. Overland Trail
Fort Collins, CO 80526
970-221-1244
One of only 10 drive-ins left in Colorado and the only one in Larimer County.

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Red Feather Guides and Outfitters

49794 Colorado Highway 14
Walden, CO 80480
970-524-5054
www.redfeatherguides.com

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Red Feather Ranch

3105 CR 69 Red Feather Lakes, CO 80545 On 40 acres of serenity next door to Roosevelt National Forest and the Poudre River Canyon, you won't forget the natural beauty of this pristine region. Come and enjoy some of the most beautiful country that CO has to offer at Red Feather Ranch .

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Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch

2939 N. County Road 31D
Loveland, CO 80539
970-667-3915
Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch

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Tip Top Guest Ranch

1300 County Road 41 Bellvue, CO 80512 970-484-1215 Tip Top Guest Ranch

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Horsetooth Mountain Park

4200 W. County Road 38E
970-679-4570
Hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding. Borders Horsetooth Reservoir.

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Flights of Fancy LLC

5953 Twin Wash St..
Fort Collins, CO 80528
970-581-5042

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Windtracker Balloon Adventures LLC

315 S. Loomis Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80521
970-482-4492

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Lincoln Center

417 W. Magnolia
Fort Collins, CO 80521
970-416-2752
The Lincoln Center is a cultural arts center with indoor performing arts spaces, indoor galleries and an outdoor sculpture and performance garden. Out to Lunch Concert Series - Fridays during June and July Summer Children's Series - Wednesdays

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Lory State Park

708 Lodgepole Drive
Bellvue, CO 80512
970-493-1623
Hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, visitors center, picnic areas.

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Observatory Village/Stargazer Observatory

3733 Galileo Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80528
970-226-1560
Observatory Village/Stargazer Observatory Open to the public the 3rd Sunday of the month weather permitting.

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Old Town

Fort Collins historic downtown area. See historic buildings, eat great food and do some shopping.

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Outlets at Loveland

5661 McWhinney Blvd.
Loveland, CO 80538
970-663-1916
Outlets of Loveland

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The Ranch & Budweiser Events Center

5290 Arena Circle
Loveland, CO 80538
970-619-4100
Budweiser Events Center Sporting events, concerts, fairs, shows, rallies and conferences

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Rocky Mountain National Park

35 miles from Fort Collins - this park covers 410 square miles and has 18 named peaks above 13,000 feet, 150 named lakes and the highest continuously paved highway in the United States - Trail Ridge Road.

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Rocky Mountain Raptor Center

Colorado Sate University, Campus Delivery 1620
Environmental Learning Center on E. Drake Road past Timberline Road.
970-297-0398
Rocky Mountain Raptor Center Open dawn to dusk. Rehabilitating and releasing injured birds of prey. Housing eagles, hawks, owls and vultures.

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Swetsville Zoo

4801 E. Harmony Rd.
Fort Collins, CO 80528
Self-guided tours. Metal sculpture park with over 150 works of art. Dawn to dusk.

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A 1 Wildwater

2020 N. College Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80524
970-224-3379
A 1 Wildwater

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A Wanderlust Adventure

3500 Bingham Hill Road
Fort Collins, CO 80521
970-484-1219
A Wanderlust Adventure

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Mountain Whitewater Descents

1329 N. U.S. Highway 287
Fort Collins, CO 80524
970-419-0917

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Rocky Mountain Adventures Inc.

1117 N. U.S. Highway 287
Fort Collins, CO 80524
970-493-4005
Rocky Mountain Adventures Inc.

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Trail Ridge Winery

4113 W. Eisenhower Blvd
Loveland, CO 80537
970-635-0949

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Valley of the Wind Winery

411 N. Railroad Ave. Loveland, CO 80537 970-577-8800

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Denver Mint

Tours are conducted on a first come first served basis. They are available Monday thru Friday from 8 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.

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Colorado Environmental Learning Center

The environmental learning Center a 212 acre nature preserve just minutes form the heart of Fort Collins, includes nearly three mites of trails, four distinct habitats, several ponds, varied plant and animal life and a wealth of experiences, self-study opportunities, and educational programs.

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Grasslands and Pawnee Buttes

East of Fort Collins is vast open prairie. You can just imagine camps of nomadic Indian tribes that lived throughout these grasslands until the 19th century The Pawnee National Grassland includes 193,000 acres of public land in two areas located 30 miles east of Fort Collins. Crow Valley recreation Area provides opportunities for bird watching and picnics. Pick your Auto Bird Tour map at the Crow Valley and learn why this is an internationally known area for viewing birds of prey and other unique high plains species don's forget you binoculars! At the eastern section of the Grasslands, the Pawnee Buttes sedimentary rock formations stand one half mile apart and rise 350 feet above the plains. An easy one and a half mile trail provides an opportunity to view the Buttes up close and personal. Please remember to keep your distance from nesting birds and wildlife. On your return to Fort Collins, circle back through Raymer, Fort Morgan, Kersey, and Greeley. These towns are part of a thriving agricultural community and rich with history of the Old West.

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Colorado's Trout Route

Colorado Highway 14 along the Cache La Poudre river is one of Colorado's premier scenic highways. Enjoy spectacular scenery as you drive west into the Poudre Canyon. There are plenty of places to stop for a picnic or simply enjoy watching the river tumble past. This area is especially popular with rafters and kayakers. If you like to fish, this is one of the West's finest trout streams. Hiking and mountain biking trails along the way, including Grey Rock and Young Gulch, off pleasant trips into the distinctive ecosystems of the foothills. Stop for lunch at any of the designated areas along the river . Continue up the canyon to Stove Prairie and on the Buckhorn Mountain, where a sweeping panorama of the high plains to the east and Rocky Mountains to the west captivates locals and visitors.

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Rocky Mountain National Park

The number one tourist attraction in Colorado, we can show you the way to go in the back way thru the Poudre Canyon and the back of Rocky Mountain National Park and out thru Thompson Canyon.

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Cache La Pouder -North Park Scenic Byway

Only the most beautiful roads are selected as Scenic Byways, and Colorado highway 14 from Fort Collins the town of Walden in North Park is truly deserving. The beautiful Pouder Canyon, the Pouder River, vast forests and high peaks mark this route. Stop at the Home Moraine Geological site, and area carved be glaciers, and keep an eye out for Bighorn sheep. About SO miles up the canyon, the road drops over 10,000 feet Cameron Pass into the vast North Park Valley-you will want to stop a moment and admire Ankh Crags. This beautiful high ranch country is filled with cattle, wildlife, rivers, lakes and wilderness. Check the area's moose viewing at the State's Moose Visitor Center, just 4 miles west of Cameron Pass on your left.

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Into the High Country

As you head up the canyon, you leave behind the short grass prairie and enter the mountain scrubland. In the winter, bighorn sheep live on the shrubby northern side of the canyon from below the Narrows to Rustic. Pingree Hill rd. takes you from Rustic to Red Feather Lakes, an area settled in 1871 as a mining camp. No minerals were found, but people became attached to the scenic beauty and the small mountain lakes. Today, Red Feather attracts angles, mountain bikers, hikers and four wheel drive enthusiasts. Stop at anyone of the many lakes in the area, such as Bellaire Lake. The Deadman Fire Lookout, constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the early 1930's and is now a favorite climb for tourists. From the lookout you can see the Mummy Range to the south, Rawah Wilderness and Medicine Bow Range to west and the snowy Range to the north.

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