Events and activities subject to change
The public should be prepared for reduced hours and services provided by Bent’s Old Fort National Historic Site employees due to the sequestration that became effective March 1, 2013. Please check back often for further details or changes.
The most commonly seen animals at Bent's Old Fort include White-tailed deer, Mule deer, Coyote, Wild turkey, Desert cottontail, Western rattlesnake and a variety of birds.
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Bent's Fort's accredited "Living History Encampment" this June will offer teachers, interpreters and historians the opportunity to live the life of trapper, trader, topographical engineer, soldier, domestic, craftsman, laborer, and Plains Indian. More...