Eleven Mile State Park Is One Of Colorado's Most Popular Recreational Areas Eleven Mile State Park is on everyone's short list of places to enjoy a Colorado day or weekend. Anglers and outdoor writers consistently tout Eleven Miles large reservoir for its outstanding fishing. When not reeling in a rainbow, brown, cutthroat, kokanee or pike, there's nearly five miles of scenic hiking and biking trails that await exploration.

In the spring, summer and fall, canoe the day away around the shores of the backcountry. Fish from the shore or a boat while enjoying scenic vistas. Camp comfortably in designated campsites located around the shoreline, nestled among trees in the backcountry, or tucked away in secluded canyon pockets and remote hillsides.

Ideal wind conditions make Eleven Mile a popular but not overly crowded destination for sailing, windsurfing and winter ice boating on this wide-open reservoir. Motor boaters and kayakers also find plenty of room to play during the summer months.

Many species of birds reside in or migrate through the park, making for wonderful bird watching prospects. Neighboring park, Spinney Mountain, offers additional opportunities for birding and fishing. Waterfowl hunting chances for a wide variety of ducks are excellent and are available each fall!

Mueller State Park

Mueller State Park is one of Colorado's most popular wildlife watching areas. Mueller State Park is home to elk, Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, black bear, hawks, and mule deer. Park visitors can travel the park's numerous trails on foot, snowshoes, cross-country skis, by horseback, and mountain bike depending on the season.

Colorado Wildlife Found In Teller County, Colorado

Colorado is home to a wide variety of birds and wildlife. Majestic creatures like Elk, Bald, Golden Eagles, Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep, Mule Deer, and many others await your viewing. Below is a list of many of the birds, mammals, fish, and reptiles you may fine as you journey through Teller County and other Colorado regions.

Our Mission in Action:
The Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center is one of very few sanctuaries in the United States which has been certified by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA).

With this title we are able to go beyond education and into application. CWWC actively participates in the Species Survival Program by providing a home to Mexican Grey Wolves and Swift Foxes.

We also practice conservation in the sanctuary's daily life by using environmentally friendly ink, biodegradable trash bags, participating in recycling programs, and "adopting" Twin Rocks Road to keep it trash free.
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