Duck Creek Picnic Area
Duck Creek Picnic Area is located off of Guanella Pass Road. It has five (5) picnic sites and is located in a shaded area. Please plan on bringing drinking water.
At a Glance
|Area Amenities:||Picnic tables,Parking|
|Open Season:||January 1, 2021 - December 31, 2021|
|Restrictions:||The following restrictions apply to this picnic site:
|Operated By:||Rocky Mountain Recreation Company|
|Information Center:||Appears on the following maps:
Duck Creek Picnic Area is located off of Park County Road 62. From US Highway 285, turn north at Grant on to Park County Road 62/Guanella Pass, then west on NFSR 119.
The Guanella Pass Road (Park County Route 62) is a Scenic and Historic Byway, and is one of the most popular scenic drives on the Pike National Forest. This Byway provides a refreshing half-day auto tour loop beginning and ending in Denver. Most of this 22-mile alpine route is contained in the Pike and Arapaho National Forests. A wide variety of recreation opportunities are found along the route. Picnicking, camping, hiking, photography, nature study, hunting, fishing, and cross country skiing are a few of the activities enjoyed by visitors. Please drive slowly and enjoy the trip. This road is not maintained beyond this point during winter.
Day use parking only.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
Winter access point for Guanella Pass, Geneva Creek, Kirby Gulch, and Buno Gulch areas.