The Conservation Area

On the high plains of northeastern Colorado we have exclusive access to over six square miles of rolling hills and tall grassland. A rich habitat once populated with Manitoban Elk and American bison has been restored to its former glory. On the area there is a resident heard of  elk and buffalo that live here year around as well as several other species including ring neck pheasants, coyotes, foxes, badgers, box turtles, rattlesnakes and many others!

The restoration of “The Fort Mcintosh Conservation Area” is more than just elk and buffalo, it’s our heritage. It’s a conservation project reintroducing native grasses, wildlife species, and a sense of adventure to the rich ecosystem that is the high plains of Colorado. We want to welcome you on the experience of a lifetime traveling back in time to hunt elk, buffalo, and pheasant on the high plains of Colorado.