What is a State Wildlife Area?
State Wildlife Areas (SWAs) are state- or privately-owned lands that offer wildlife-related recreation to the public. While most activities focus on
hunting and fishing, each SWA has different allowed activities, based on
location and available resources. These parcels of SWA land are paid for by
sportsmen and managed under state law by Colorado Parks and Wildlife
employees for the benefit of wildlife. Colorado Parks and Wildlife manages
about 350 SWA lands around the state. For more information, please see the
Colorado State Recreation Lands brochure.
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