Yuma - Eastern Colorado
Experience Yuma and Wray, Colorado
The city of Yuma is located in northeastern Colorado covering 3,000 square miles. The area is known for its Agricultural community, with a growing season of approximately 138 days. The availability of water from the Ogallala aquifer, and center pivot irrigation systems create this long growing season. The elevation in the area ranges from 3,400 feet to 5,000 feet. Fishing, hunting and golf are popular activities in the area.
Nearby is the town of Wray, an agricultural based economy supported by corn, wheat and cattle. The beautiful lakes and ponds offer outdoor sports, fishing and hunting. South of Wray is a battleground site commemorating a battle between the Indians and incoming settlers in 1868.
SANDSAGE WILDLIFE AREA: Offers those that love unspoiled views and peace, quiet while hunting and fishing. Step into the Sandsage Wildlife Area. Hunters will use their bow and shotgun skills while tracking small game, waterfowl, bobwhite quail and pheasant. Pick a cold water stream to cast your line in then have campfire trout meal. Here are plenty of hiking trails to explore. From Wray head 4.5 miles on Highway 34 to County Road 35, then 1/4 mile west to County Road CC.
STALKER LAKE is a quick 2 mile drive west of Wray on Highway 24, turn north onto Country Road FF for 1-1/2 miles. Here you will fish for Smallmouth and Largemouth Bass. There is a boat ramp for your watercraft that are propelled by hand, ore or wind. Families will enjoy the picnic area with shelter, tables, playground and restroom.
Yuma is near: Sterling
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Family owned and operated, on the eastern plains of Colorado. Hitch'n Post RV Park has 20/30/50 amp full hookup pull-thru RV sites. An ideal campground for a peaceful retreats and/or outdoor adventure.