As millions of Americans and world travelers discover the enjoyment and educational value of Watchable Wildlife, Moffat County stands as one of the premier locations in the world for viewing animals in their native habitat. With over 3 million acres and 1.7 million acres of public lands, Moffat County is the home of large herds of elk, deer, and pronghorn antelope, as well as many small mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish.
Moffat County provides 10 wilderness Study Areas which are managed by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management and provide trails, interpretive areas, campsites, and studies of these multiple use public lands.
Moffat County is also home to the Brown's Park National Wildlife Refuge, Dinosaur National Monument, and USFS Routt National Forest.
We hope you enjoy this scenic country and respect the natural settings, archaeological sites, and Watchable Wildlife creatures, that we can preserve these treasures for future generations.