Park Creek #5 West - Pit
Wellington, CO, USA
Price per person
Game Management Unit:Central Flyway
Notes from the landowner
Park Creek #5 is located northwest of Wellington, CO. This property offers a 6-man pit for excellent hunting opportunities, in a disked sugar beet field. Rawhide Reservoir is located 3.5 miles northeast of the property and serves as a cooling pool for the local energy station, so it will remain free from ice year-round. Park Reservoir is also just 3 miles to the northwest and will support high bird densities throughout this region as well, prior to its freeze. Please be sure to look at the adventures tab in the Infinite Outdoors app to make sure you are accessing this property correctly. Access and location to pit blind provided on the property will be shown on the Infinite Outdoors app after booking. All attending hunters must be members of Infinite Outdoors in order to access this property legally.
Game and habitat information
Park Creek #5 is a unique location that will reflect in some outstanding waterfowl hunting. The field is planted in sugar beets, which can be a very popular food source of choice for geese, especially when it is in such easy range from a roost. Rawhide Reservoir is 3.5 miles to the northeast and serves as a cooling pond for an energy company. Park Creek Reservoir is another reservoir close by, being only 3.1 miles away from the property. Both bodies of water, especially Rawhide being open year-round, will attract lots of waterfowl to this area. The geese utilize these reservoirs heavily for roosting and loafing, and head out daily for feeding. Cold spells and snow can increase bird activity and willingness to drop down to crops for feed. Be sure to check Colorado waterfowl season dates and brush up on bird identification.
Sugar Beet Field
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.