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Trip List by niknac

Day Trippers Delight

24 May 2006  These are many of the reccomendations I give to museum visitors.
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Fort Morgan is one to two hours from most front range locations. Ditch the major trip and take a day adventure to the Eastern Plains.

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  • Category: Perfect day
  • 1. Fort Morgan Golf Course

    Start your day with an early tee time at the Fort Morgan Golf Course. With a challenging par 72 18-hole Championship layout, it provides an outstanding golfing experience for golfers of all ability levels. Four sets of tees ranging in total yardage from 6573 to 5457 allow anyone the opportunity to choose the appropriate level of challenge and have an enjoyable round at Northeast Colorado's finest public facility.

    If you plan on staying the night talk to the folks at the golf couse, they have some fun golf/room/food packages they've put together.
    Fort Morgan Golf Course is an Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary and we make every effort to promote the native wildlife and preserve habitat areas when possible.

  • 2. Fort Morgan Museum
    Fort Morgan Museum, Fort Morgan, Colorado

    After a morning of golf, or possibly a stroll across the Rainbow Bridge, stop by the museum to learn how this town is different from all the others.

    The only museum on the Eastern Plains accredited by the American Association of Museums. Showcases local history and personalities including Glenn Miller, Chuck Baltazar, and Dale Douglass. Also known for the Hillrose Soda Fountain, a 1920s marble and cherry soda fountain.

  • 3. Little Bamboo Restaurant

    Want something a little spicy, and not necessarily what you might expect in a small rural town then have lunch at Little Bamboo. It is Thai and contemporary Asian Cuisine. This is the only restaurant on the eastern plains to get mentioned in the Denver Post Dining Guide.