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Wilkerson Pass Visitor Information Center

Elevation: 9,400 Feet (2930.2 Meters)
Handicapped Accessible: Yes
Number of Sites: 6 family picnic units
Other Maps: Trails Illustrated 137 Pikes Peak, Canyon City
Recommended Season: Summer
Vehicle Accessibility: Passenger Vehicle

Wilkerson Pass Interpretive Center and Picnic Ground is located approximately 8 miles northwest of the small town of Lake George, Colorado. Visitors may reach this site by taking Highway 24 northwest out of Lake George for 8 miles to Wilkerson Pass Scenic Overlook.

The picnic ground consists of 6 individual picnic sites with pedestal grill and table. Garbage collection and vault toilets are provided on site. A phone is available in the Visitor Center. The nearest fire and emergency services are located in Lake George.

Located at the scenic overlook, is a 1.1 mile interpretive trail and
opportunities for fishing in nearby Reservoirs. Other recreation opportunities include bicycle, equestrian, and motorcycle trails, and four-wheel driving. This center attracts over 150,000 visitors in the 4 months it is open from all 50 states and over 40 foreign countries.

Seasonal Information:
Normally Open: Memorial Day Weekend through September .

Directions

Directions from Lake George: Wilkerson Pass Interpretive Center and Picnic Ground is located approximately 8 miles northwest of the small town of Lake George, Colorado. Visitors may reach this site by taking Highway 24 northwest out of Lake George for 8 miles to Wilkerson Pass Scenic Overlook