Park Creek #11 - Pit
Wellington, CO, USA
Price per person
Game Management Unit:Central Flyway
Notes from the landowner
Park Creek #11 is located in the Northern section of the front range, northwest of Wellington, Colorado. This property features a 72-acre field made of disked corn and will provide a 6-man pit. This property is in an ideal location in the Central Flyway and meticulously placed in an area with food sources and water nearby. Other crops around the area include Alfalfa and Sugar Beet fields. This property sits between 2 reservoirs; Park Creek to the northwest, and Rawhide to the northeast about 2.5 miles from the property which will stay open year around. As geese are coming into fields during feeding hours, this property is one of the first places they will see which can make for a spectacular hunt. This property will be accessible from the south, but please make sure to use Infinite Outdoors app for correct access point, parking spot, and pit location. All attending parties must be members of Infinite Outdoors for legal access. This is a DIY opportunity so hunters will need to bring all things necessary. Colorado state rules and regulations must be followed at all times.
Game and habitat information
This property is in an ideal location for geese during the entirety of the season. Park Creek reservoir will not stay open for the whole year and like most water in the area will freeze as the temperature falls. Rawhide reservoir to the northeast will stay open all year; it serves as a cooling pool for Rawhide Energy station. Even though Park Creek will close, geese will still be seen because of the open water nearby. Park Creek #11 is also one of the most northern crop fields in the area. Geese will normally come in higher density during the common feeding hours like the mornings and evenings but can also be seen during the day as they are heading back to roost on the reservoirs. A unique characteristic of this property is the fact that it is one of a few fields between the 2 reservoirs. Additional crops are planted in the immediate area which only makes this property desirable for geese flying overhead. As the temperatures continue to fall, geese can be seen in fields like this stalking up on nutritional reserves as the migration continues.
Harvest Field (Corn)
If there is a lapse in availability, please do not be discouraged to reach out to IO. All calendars are set and managed by landowners, and unavailability is set by them. However, IO is willing to reach out on your behalf, to check on available dates. Other reasons for unavailable dates include biologist recommended hunter/harvest quotas that landowners implement, as well as state season dates not being released.
You are not legally allowed to access the property, for any adventure, prior to your selected access day. If you try to access the property at all before your selected date(s), without prior approval from IO, you will be subject to trespassing and punishments therein.