“Cortez Cultural Center”
Hawkins Preserve, a 122-acre tract of land within the southern city limits of Cortez, was donated to the Colorado University Center of Cortez (now the Cortez Cultural Center) by Mr. Jack Hawkins in the 1990s. The Preserve is a valuable asset for the residents and visitors of Cortez because of the environmental setting, the diversity of plant and animal species represented across several biotic communities, the historic and prehistoric cultural resources, and the accessibility of these resources to the Preserve’s visitors.
Great place to stop for a quick picnic and stretching your legs. We stopped on your way to Moab from Albuquerque. Bring your own TP if you want to use the bathroom though.
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- Sun - Sat: 6:00 am - 8:30 pm
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