Pawnee National Grassland

The Pawnee National Grassland is 193,060 acres contained within a 30-by-60 mile area. The rich history of the The Pawnee Buttesarea is represented by old homesteads, cemeteries and nearby museums. The network of numbered forest service and county roads will take you within easy walking distance of almost all parts of the grassland. Pawnee National Grassland is not only an internationally known birding area but also a wonderful spot for hiking, camping, picnicking, horseback riding and stargazing. While at the grassland keep an eye out for a few of the species that make the grassland their home.

There are many activities to do while visiting the Pawnee National Grasslands including: biking, bird watching, camping, climbing, fishing, hiking, horse riding, off highway vehicle riding, outdoor learning, picnicking, rocks and minerals, scenic drives, target shooting and water activities.

Most areas of national forests and grasslands are open, free of charge, for your use and enjoyment.  Fees or permits may be required for use of some areas, specific facilities or services.  Click here for more information about passes and permits.

Pawnee National Grassland ranger district office is located at 660 “O” Street, Greeley, Colorado 80631

For more information, click here to visit the official Pawnee National Grassland website, or call 970-346-5000.