Did you know that Conservatory Green neighborhood and other Stapleton neighborhoods north of I-70 are adjacent to one of the nation’s largest wildlife refuge? The Rocky Mountain Arsenal Wildlife Refuge consists of 15,000 acres – a playground large enough for wildlife and people.
The wildlife refuge supports more than 330 species of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish. It also offers an educational facility within its visitor center for children and adults, miles of trails for the avid walker, a bike trail on its perimeter, fishing, bird watching and more. Visitors are truly given the experience to explore nature at its best, all tucked away in the middle of the city.
We encourage you to check out all that it has to offer you and your family … such as the Family Fund Backpacks program.
Once you visit the wildlife refuge, you may become a regular visitor (admission is free). You may even decide to buy a home in the new Conservatory Green neighborhood, which is just minutes from the refuge … and be one of the first to boast that a 15,000-acre playground is just outside your door
It’s a great place to unwind, so invite your family or friends out … and start exploring!