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Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge, Commerce City

(4.1/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web)
Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge is located in Commerce City. To visit Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge on your holiday in Commerce City, and find out what else Commerce City has to offer, use our Commerce City trip itinerary planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • After seeing the sign on I-70 for over a decade we finally went to the Arsenal NWR ! Wish we had of visited years ago !! A great & informative Visitor Centre with an abundance of Wildlife to view. We ...  more »
  • We were in Denver for a conference and had a few hours to spare and we wanted to get out of the metropolitan area to find nature. The Arsenal Wildlife Refuge is a wonderful and necessary place for wil...  more »
  • This wildlife refuge is beautiful! It takes about an hour or so to drive all the way through, but you can take more time depending on how many animals you want to stop and photograph and see. The mule...  more »
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  • It was a great place to go for a drive with my kids. We were surrounded by bison at one point - in a good way. Overall, it was an amazing experience. They have guided bus tours on certain days.
  • It's an amazing place close to home. Take your time if you're in a hurry you'll miss seeing what you go there to see. people please respect the rules animals and let everybody enjoy it. Can't tell you how many times people get pissed off because they don't see anything. And I've been in front of them or back of them and there was stuff right off the road and just overlooked it. Slowdown and look .
  • It's a great stop for families. It's free and fun for the kids. There are scavenger hunts, catch and release fishing(fee), bison watching, lots of trails and even a ferret exhibit. The lake trails are neat with lots of docks to see the fish and birds in the area. There is an exhibit inside the visitor center with animals such as coyotes, life sized bison and lots of history items that were part of the arsenal.
  • What a great place close to town. Good for taking kids out. I dont really understand the negative reviews here. It's a free resource that's good for hikes, seeing wildlife and enjoying the open country close to the city.
  • After reading about it on there website, I was expecting more from it. I don't know if I wasn't very lucky but I only saw 3 Buffalos and that's it not a deer not a bird nothing else :( oh well at least now I know what it really is.