Comanche National Grassland
2840 Kachina Drive
Pueblo, CO 81008
National Forest: Bike, Birding, Camp, Fish, Hike, Picnic, Walk, Water Sports
The PSICC is nearly 3 million acres and is perhaps the most diverse unit throughout the five-state Rocky Mountain Region (R2). We successfully blend commodity production and enjoyment opportunities. It is a busy urban national forest noted for the majority of fourteen thousand foot peaks in Colorado and stretching from Colorado’s Front Range to the wide-open grasslands of western Kansas. Over 60 percent of the water used by metropolitan Denver originates from the South Platte River. Once again, we treated almost 21,000 acres in 2006 to reduce wildfire potential and our grasslands have the second most active oil and gas production in R2.