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Limon Wetlands

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We have a protected pond with all kind of forage, gravel pathway, benches, water foul. Bring you bug repealant.

The last time I tried to visit, you could get close to the area and the flys, and mosquotes tried... read more

Reviewed January 8, 2017
Butch L
Updating the wetlands review

It had been awhile since a review of this so we took it as a challenge to walk from Quality Inn to... read more

Reviewed September 24, 2016
Louise97408
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Jan 8, 2017
“We have a protected pond with all kind of forage, gravel pathway, benches, water foul. Bring you bug repealant.”
Sep 24, 2016
“Updating the wetlands review”
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First Avenue, Limon, CO 80828
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Reviewed January 8, 2017

The last time I tried to visit, you could get close to the area and the flys, and mosquotes tried to carry you away.

1  Thank Butch L
Reviewed September 24, 2016 via mobile

It had been awhile since a review of this so we took it as a challenge to walk from Quality Inn to the wetlands and see what was there. We found the fishing pond with an adjacent bike path, informational sign and porta-potty (which was...More

2  Thank Louise97408
Reviewed November 7, 2015

The wetlands area is part of the Doug Kissel Foshing Pond park. Access is through the fishing pond parking area and then under the railroad tracks. The trails are wide enough for handicap access. The wetlands themselves have grown over and become choked with green...More

3  Thank AKDave1
Reviewed July 14, 2014

The Limon Wetlands Preserve should be a genuine star in Limon's crown, together with a should-be-lovely walking trail that leads from the in-town cemetery to the edge-of-town wetlands. But it is apparent that no one cares to maintain the trail or the wetlands viewing area....More

5  Thank HMac_2013
Reviewed May 11, 2014

We stayed in Limon on the night of April 30,and I walked from our motel to the wetlands park, which is well-illustrated on the town's website. The wetlands were recreated from a former sewage treatment facility. Don't worry, there was no objectionable smell. For details...More

5  Thank cohighplainsdrifter
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