Hunting and Fishing on
State Trust Lands and Wildlife Areas
in Clear Creek County, Colorado

Elk under the full moon
Elk in the early morning under a full moon
Clear Creek County State Trust Lands

Clear Creek County State Wildlife Areas
Bergen Peak
Mount Evans

Bakerville - GMU 39

Take I-70 west for 5 miles from Georgetown. Majority of property is north of I-70. Access is 1.25 miles east of Bakerville exit.
ACRES: 320
OPEN: September 1 to February 28. Year round for fishing.
HUNTING: Elk, deer, mountain lion, bighorn sheep, black bear, blue grouse, ptarmigan, rabbits, snowshoe hares
FISHING: coldwater stream
RESTRICTIONS: Foot access only, access only off I-70 right-of-way.

State Wildife Areas

Bergen Peak

Go 4 miles north of Evergreen on Highway 74 to Highway 103, then turn and go west 5.9 miles to Stinton Road. Then turn and go 2.2 miles east to the property.
HUNTING: Elk, deer, squirrel, blue grouse
RECREATION: Horseback riding, hiking
RESTRICTIONS: Foot or horseback access only; No camping or fires allowed; Unless hunting small game, dogs must be leashed; No discharging of firearms or bows unless hunting.


Mount Evans

Take I-70 west from Denver to Evergreen Parkway exit, go south 6 miles on Highway 74 to Evergreen Lake, then turn west (right) on Upper Bear Creek Road and go 6.5 miles on CR 480. Turn right on CR 480 and go 3 miles to property.
ACRES: 3,438
OPEN: June 15 to December 31
HUNTING: Elk, deer, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, blue grouse, small game.
FISHING: Coldwater stream
RECREATION: Wildlife observation, picnicking

  • Camping limited to 5 days in any 45-day period, except during big game seasons in designated campgrounds.
  • Dogs allowed either on a leash or for hunting only.
  • Except in regular rifle deer and elk seasons, no vehicles allowed between Labor Day and June 14.
  • Permit required for groups of 25 or more. 1 group at a time.
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