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​​​​​​With more than 23 million acres of public land, Colorado is an outdoor enthusiast's paradise. Listed below are resources that will help you find your prime hunting location!

Reserve A Spot!

There are a number of properties in the Northeast and Northwest regions of the state that require a hunting reservation to hunt. The reservation phone numbers and properties with the associated regulations are further explained on the Hunting Reservations page. A majority of the reservation properties pertain to waterfowl, but some do include small game and big game. Learn more about these great hunting ​opportunities!​

Colorado Big-Game Hunting Forecast

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 Colorado Hunting Atlas

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The Colorado Hunting Atlas​ has been upgraded! Several changes have been made based on the email we received since the initial​ release last year including more printing options, expanded game data and USFS Motor Use Vehicle Maps.

To learn about all the great new features check out our What's New video!.

 State Recreational Lands

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The Colorado State Recreational Lands brochure​ conveniently packages all Colorado Parks and Wildlife lands in to one brochure, including State Wildlife Areas, State Trust Lands and State Parks. When you hit the road, this brochure is your guide to every piece of land CPW owns or leases.​

 ​​Walk-In Atlas​​​​​​​​​​

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The Walk-In Access program​ helps hunters find good places to hunt by easing the task of acquiring permission to hunt private land. 

To maximize opportunity and convenience, CPW targets a diverse mix of properties, including those that offer pheasant, scaled quail, dove, cottontail rabbit and waterfowl hunting. ​

 State Wildlife Areas

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​Across the state, CPW manages more than 300 State Wildlife Areas, totaling more than 650,000. These areas help protect wildlife habitat but also provide the public with opportunities to hunt, fish and watch wildlife.

Use the State Wildlife Finder​ to locate a property near you!

 Hunting Colorado's Public Lands

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 Pheasant Hunting Colorado