Springer Natural Area
Springer is a forested natural area along the Poudre River Trail. Just a short distance east of Lemay on the Poudre River Trail, visitors will find an interpretive sign that describes the American black currant, listed as critically imperiled in Colorado, which grows on Springer Natural Area. Wildlife watchers are likely to see and hear the many migratory songbirds, waterfowl, and waterbirds that are typically found here. You may also see evidence of beaver activity on this natural area.
0.3 miles of the paved Poudre River Trail (wheelchair accessible) Trail Map >>>
5:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Nearest parking is at Lemay/Mulberry (Qdoba/Dairy Queen area). Trail access from the Poudre River Trail.
Events & Activities
- Free educational activities and events in June-October are listed in the Tracks & Trails booklet guide.
- Last minute activity additions, trail recomendations and events offered between November-May are in our free monthly electronic newsletter- sign up in the upper right-hand corner of this page.
- Free educational programs at Springer Natural Area are available for groups by request, call the Master Naturalist Program at 970-416-2480 or email .