As part of the broader Pawnee National Grassland, Crow Valley is a popular spot for birdwatchers, with around 200 species available for observation. Hiking opportunities are available here as well, which makes it a prime spot for a secluded walk with your canine.
A total of 15 sites in Crow Valley offer three different experiences for overnight guests with educational, group, and single sites all being available. Every site contains the typical camp offerings like a picnic table, tent pad, and fire ring. Due to the array of experiences offered inside of Crow Valley campground, several additional price points exist here for anything other than the standard non-electrical sites. Group standard non-electrical sites are $55 per night, while electrical group sites and educational sites change in cost depending on the number of individuals attending. Potential overnight visitors are warned that outside of peak seasons, individual sites often become first-come-first-served, so it's best to call ahead to plan your stay. If you've got your dog along for the trip, make sure they stay leashed up and out of any public structures during your visit.
Crow Valley also contains The Lee and Dorothy Rhoads Farm Implement Museum, which can be enjoyed for a small additional fee. For more information regarding the museum, make sure to call their offices at 970-346-5000.
A rentable group picnic pavilion is available here as well and can handle up to 200 individuals. It provides a covered shelter with electric lights and outlets, over 30 picnic tables, and a large grilling station. Costs for these facilities are $60 per night, regardless of the season. If Fido has come along for the party, make sure they're kept out of the nearby restroom facilities.
All prices displayed here pertain specifically to Crow Valley and its amenities. Any surrounding parks or recreational areas may often require an additional fee. There are no posted costs for any day-use recreational areas inside of Crow Valley.