Facility Activities

Visitor Contact Station

The Baca National Wildlife Refuge provides a small but informative visitor contact station at the Refuge office. There are interactive displays, historical stories, wildlife and Refuge management information, and an amazing view of 14,000-foot peaks of the Sangre De Cristo Mountains. 


Elk hunting is allowed on the Refuge. Portions of the Refuge are open to hunting in accordance with Federal, State, and local regulations; the most restrictive regulations apply on the Refuge. 

For information about hunting on Baca National Wildlife Refuge, please review our Baca Refuge Hunt Brochure

The large open landscape of the Baca National Wildlife Refuge supports hundreds of Rocky Mountain elk. Situated at the base of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range in south-central Colorado and under the shadow of four majestic 14,000-foot peaks, the iconic Western landscape of the Refuge...

Filming Activities in the National Wildlife Refuge System | U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (fws.gov)