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Sites to See

Rainbow Bridge

Northof Interstate 76 on Hwy. 52 in Fort Morgan

The Rainbow Bridge in Fort Morgan, one of the famous Marsh Arch Bridges, is one of the largest in the United States and the only one of this type in Colorado. This reinforced concrete 11 arch bridge, spanning the South Platte River, was built in 1923 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Additionally, in 1992 it was designated a Colorado Civil Engineering Landmark. This bridge has survived major floods and in 1935 braced a 10 foot wall of water virtually undamaged. Today it is used for foot traffic and offers a beautiful view of the South Platte River.

Scenic Byway – Pawnee Pioneer Trails

North of Fort Morgan on Hwy. 52

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This byway traverses the rugged Colorado Piedmont, a wide-open region anchored by the towering Pawnee Buttes. The landscape provides refuge for coyotes, prairie dogs, rattlesnakes, pronghorn antelope, and hundreds of bird species.

Tours

Barn Quilts

All over Morgan County
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With over 90 barn quilts covering Morgan County, one can enjoy the fascination of colors and patterns.

Cemetery Tour

414 Main Street,
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
970-542-4010
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Fort Morgan Musuem staff give a tour highlighting big names in Fort Morgan history, gravestone markings and shapes, and unusual stories.

Glenn Miller

414 Main Street,
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
970-542-4010
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Fort Morgan Museum staff give a tour of where the homes of Glenn Miller were in Fort Morgan.

Historic Downtown – Brush

314 S. Clayton Street,
Brush, CO 80723

970-842-5280
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Brush Museum staff give a rich history presentation on the historic downtown area of Brush.

Historic Main Street – Fort Morgan

414 Main Street,
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
970-542-4010
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Fort Morgan Musuem staff give a rich history presentation on the historic Main Street in Fort Morgan.

Sherman Street National Historic District

404, 428, 440 and 508 S. Sherman St.,
Fort Morgan, CO 80701

These four houses, developed from 1886 to 1926, were placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior on September 19, 1987. The Sherman Street Historic District was designated on September 10, 1998. The homes are significant for their individual architectural styles and for their association with prominent pioneers of Fort Morgan. These homes are private residences and are not open to the public.

Outdoor Recreation

Biking/Cycling

All over Morgan County

Several hundred miles of paved and unpaved roads make bicycling in Morgan County ideal; even the unpaved roads can be ridden on a road bike. Great views and no traffic make Morgan County a wonderful location for leisure rides and longer rides for the more focused cyclist.

Birdwatching – Brush Praire Ponds State Wildlife Area

I-76 exit 90A, south to Hwy. 34, west to Clayton Street,
continue South on Clayton for approximately 2.25 miles

1-800-846-9453
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These two area are open roughly March – September and have a parking area with a kiosk that shows where the location of the benches for viewing are. These sites are for wildlife viewing only and people are encouraged to use binoculars to keep from disturbing the animals.

Disc Golf – Optimist & Pessimist Courses

1600 Main Street,
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
970-542-3921
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A varied and versatile 45 holes of disc golf. The two courses attract disc golfers from all over the U.S.

Disc Golf – Watrous Course

2810 Mill Street,
Brush, CO 80723

970-842-5280
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Open and free to the public, this 9 hole course has been recently developed.

Golf – Quail Dunes

17586 County Road T.5,
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
970-867-5990
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This 18 hole, 72 par course with yardage ranging from 5,300 to 6,600 yards accommodates all levels of golfers.

Golf – The Course at Petteys Park

2301 W. Mill Street,
Brush, CO 80723

970-842-5470
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The 9-hole course features 3,161 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36.

Hunting/Fishing

All over Morgan County
970-842-6300
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Morgan County is home to vast hunting and fishing grounds. Public and private lands await you.

I-76 Speedway

16359 County Road S,
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
970-867-2101
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A quarter mile high-banked dirt oval race track with racing held all year. See Modifieds, SportMods, Econos, Street Stocks, Sprints, and so much more.

Jackson Lake State Park

26363 County Road 3,
Orchard, CO 80649
970-645-2551
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Enjoy waterfowl hunting, jet and water skiers, sailboarders, boaters of all kinds, fishing and a swim beach ranked one of the “Top 15 Park Beaches” by Reserve America.

Nature Trails – Prairie Trails Park

301 S. Clayton Street,
Brush, CO 80723
970-842-5280
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Offering a walking trail around Doty Pond or take the longer trail around the entire park.

Nature Trails – Riverside Park

1600 Main Street,
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
970-542-3921
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Enjoy a trail that goes along the South Platte River and breaks into several different trails.

Pool – Riverside Park

1600 Main Street,
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
970-867-7391
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Opens the weekend before Memorial Day and closes mid-August. Lap swimming, two water slides, wading pool, and a diving area are all accessible.

Sweney Cycle Park

31250 County Road G,
Brush, CO 80723
970-768-0519
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Motocross throughout the year – Practices, SRAC races, Loretta Lynn Area Qualifier, and RMXA races!

Indoor Recreation

Antiquing

All over Morgan County

Antiques can be found in every corner of our County, with several stores full of collectibles, furniture and more.

Bowling – Morgan Lanes

300 Railraod Avenue,
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
970-867-1856
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Newly remodeled 16 lane bowling alley is your place for fun. Kid friendly bumpers and light weight balls. This is your destination for family fun!

Brush Museum and Cultural Center

314 S. Clayton Street,
Brush, CO 80723

970-842-5280
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Take a step back into Brush history, by visiting the museum, housed in the fomer Knearl School, a historical landmark. Two major galleries comprise the museum that also commemorates the Texas-Montana Trail.

Fort Morgan Museum

414 Main Street,
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
970-542-4010
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Offering wonderful views into life in Morgan County and across the Northeast Plains. Standing exhibits and traveling exhibits celebrate our agricultural roots and one of the County’s most popular musician, Glenn Miller.

Movie Theater – Cover Theatre

314 Main Street,
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
970-867-2311
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Four theaters to experience four different movies!

Movie Theater – Sands Theatre

211 Clayton Street,
Brush, CO 80723
970-842-2466
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A Colorado Historical Site, the Sands Theatre is a single room theater and is full of history.

Old Trail Schoolhouse

421 High Street,
Wiggins, CO 80654
970-483-6161
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Constructed in 1912, it is the only completely original one room school house in Morgan County. Listed on the National Regsiter of Historic Places, it is available for tours.

Roller Skating – Brush Roller Rink

1615 Edison Street,
Brush, CO 80723
970-842-5008

Get on the floor and get ready for a great experience.

Parks

Brenda Joy Park

120 Cheyenne Street,
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
970-542-3921
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Downtown City Park

414 Main Street,
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
970-542-3921
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This park is home to the Dahms-Talton Band Shell, a playground, a gazebo, and the municipal library and museum.

Fulton Heights Park

301 Aurora,
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
970-542-3921
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Gateway Park

19600 Gateway Avenue,
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
970-542-3921
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Glenn Miller Park

110 Main Street,
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
970-542-3921
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High Plains Park

Corner of Jasper Street and 2nd Avenue
Wiggins, CO 80654

970-483-6161
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Offering a basketball court, pavillion, playground and a new skate park.

Kiowa Creek Recreation Area

Near Wiggins
970-483-6161
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Recreation area as well as a gun range.

Memorial Park

Corner of S. Clayton Street and Ellsworth
Brush, CO 80723
970-842-5280
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Old Fort Park

201 E. Riverview Avenue,
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
970-542-3921
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Optimist Park

1000 Vickie Street,
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
970-542-3921
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Petteys Gardens

2300 block of Mill Street,
Brush, CO 80723
970-842-5280
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Petteys Memorial Park

Corner of Rose Street and Clifford Street
Hillrose, CO 80733
970-847-3761
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Baseball diamond, basketball court, volleyball court, horseshoe pits, a playground and shelters are great for the whole family.

Pioneer Skate Park

Near Mill Street on Hospital Road
Brush, CO 80723
970-842-5280
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The largest and most versatile skate park in northeast Colorado, offering terrain for all levels of skill.

Prairie Trails Park / Doty Fishing Pond

301 S. Clayton Street,
Brush, CO 80723
970-842-5280
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2.5 acres of fishing ponds and trails. The pond is stocked regularly with bass, crappie, catfish, trout, and sunfish. ADA accessible.

Riverside Park

1600 Main Street,
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
970-542-3921
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300 acres of park land that lays beside the South Platte River. Boasting two ponds, an outdoor swimming pool, disc golf, baseball and softball fields, an inline skate rink, basketball courts, volleyball courts, and of course a playground.

Wiggins Town Park

Corner of 4th Avenue and High Street
Wiggins, CO 80654
970-483-6161
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Newly improved featuring a baseball, t-ball and softball fields, horseshoe pit, soccer fields, sand volleyball, basketball, pavillion and concession stand, and of course a playground.

Wiggins Town Park

Corner of 4th Avenue and High Street
Wiggins, CO 80654
970-483-6161
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Newly improved featuring a baseball, t-ball and softball fields, horseshoe pit, soccer fields, sand volleyball, basketball, pavillion and concession stand, and of course a playground.