Celebrating 125 Years of Living Life Outside
CPW on Tap
To celebrate Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s 125th anniversary, we are partnering with 17 Colorado-owned beverage companies to produce products that highlight and celebrate Colorado and our outdoors. Find upcoming events and beverage releases on the calendar below. Learn more about CPW on Tap.
Join CPW at Talnua Distillery this Saturday, October 29, 2022!
Join us at Talnua Distillery for the release of the Colorado Parks and Wildlife 2022 Commemorative Whiskey. This very special event will feature fun cocktails, wine from Balisteri Vineyards, live music, and food from the Hippie Pie Yay food truck. Come grab a bottle and enjoy the day! For more information visit our Facebook event or click here to pre-order your bottle. This is a 21+ event.
Mark your Calendar for the CPW on Tap Festival at Chatfield State Park!
Join Colorado Parks and Wildlife at Chatfield State Park in the Spring of 2023 for the CPW on Tap Libations Festival. Learn more about the upcoming festival
Our History, Your Stories
We’re celebrating our 125th anniversary by sharing stories of our long history of wildlife conservation and outdoor recreation. Enjoy our stories and be sure to check back all year for new and fresh stories.
Successful partnerships have given hunters in the Meeker area more to smile about in the last few decades.
For anglers in the know, these powerful fish and their voracious appetite can be the perfect solution when trout are stubborn or absent.
The flannelmouth sucker, bluehead sucker and roundtail chub, commonly referred to as “The Native 3,” have inhabited our waterways for 10 million years.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s trail projects cover the state – from deserts, grasslands, forests, and cities to the peaks of our 14ers.
There are many heroic women in Colorado’s history – formidable women who overcame huge odds and continue to serve as role models.
For 47 years, Cliff patrolled the Gunnison backcountry and infamous West Elk Wilderness, commonly on foot or horseback.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) strives to offer recreational and sporting opportunities for children and adults of all ability levels.
The year 2022 is going to be a big one for Colorado Parks and Wildlife. It represents the 125th anniversary of the first state agency created to conserve wildlife in Colorado.