Near Eagle, Colorado
Yeoman Park Discovery Trailhead does not offer reservations through Recreation.gov. Please take a look at the area details below for more information about visiting this location. Enjoy your visit!
This short interpretive trail is at an elevation of 9000 feet. It is designed to accommodate those forest visitors that may be disabled. The terrain is level with a packed small gravel surface. The trail is relatively straight and passes through a stand of mature blue spruce and sub-alpine fir trees and ends at a bench overlooking one of Yeoman Park’s small beaver ponds. Along the way there are several log benches to relax and take in the view. The Yeoman Park Discovery Trail has 7 unique interpretive signs focusing on the use of senses to explore nature. The signs were designed with many touchable features and they are accessible to those with disabilities. The natural subjects covered by the signs include Colorado mammals, wildflowers, rocks, trees, archaeology and water. There are many opportunities along the trail to view the behaviors of common tree and ground squirrels, as well as many species of birds such as mountain chickadees, Stellar’s jays and gray jays.
* There is a printable Recreation Quicksheet for this trail which is complete with directions, a map, details, and other information about this trail. Or to see quicksheets for other recreation areas across the Forest, click on the "Recreation Quicksheets" link in the right column and select the appropriate Ranger District.