OHVing the Syracuse Sand Dunes
Right across the Colorado border are the Syracuse Sand Dunes, a Kansas staple for OHVing.
Spreading Antlers Golf Course
Challenge yourself by playing the Spreading Antlers Golf Course, often referred to as the “most challenging nine-hole course in the country.”
Birding the Two Buttes Trail
Two Buttes Trail is a section of the Colorado Birding Trail that runs through Prowers County and northern Baca County.
Vogel Canyon Hiking Trails
These hiking trails take you to the bottom of Vogel Canyon, along the top of the mesa, and through shortgrass prairie and juniper trees.
The Willow Creek Nature Trail
The Willow Creek Trail provides a unique opportunity for visitors to observe migratory birdlife, native plants, mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, and fish in a variety of ecosystems, including short grass prairie and riparian habitats.
Bent‘s Old Fort
Bent’s Old Fort is considered one of Colorado’s most significant historic sites where visitors can step into the past and experience a time capsule of frontier life and fort guides, outfitted in 19th-century clothing, tell the important story of this crossroads of culture.
Forty-foot-tall Pike’s Tower is located in the eastern section of Willow Creek Park and was developed in 1933 as Colorado's first Works Progress Administration (WPA) depression-era work project in Lamar.
Great High Prairie Wind Power Projects
What better place to harvest the wind than the windy prairies of southeastern Colorado? Dotted over the years by a variety of historic water-pumping windmills, the area now blends its historic past with a progressive future.
Two Buttes Library and Museum
Two Buttes Library and Museum is a cheery community center where residents come to check out books and enjoy nicely displayed memorabilia from Two Buttes’ early history.
Bent’s New Fort
Bent’s New Fort, built by William Bent from 1849 to 1853, lies 30 miles east of the original Bent’s Old Fort on a bluff overlooking the Arkansas River.