|Facilities: There are no facilities available at Badger Basin State Wildlife Area.|
Best Time To Visit: Badger Basin State Wildlife Area is open year-round.
Fees: There are no fees to enter a State Wildlife Refuge. There are fees to obtain fishing and hunting licenses. Please contact the Denver office for further information.
Rules: Users of wildlife areas are reminded to check current hunting, fishing, trapping and land use regulations when planning to use an area for any purpose.
Directions: To get to Badger Basin State Wildlife Area from Leadville: Start out on US-24, follow to Hartsel. From Hartsel, immediately east and west along US 24; directly north of Hartsel and immediately north and south along Highway 9. Area is bounded on the west by Antero Reservoir State Wildlife Area.
Map: Click here for a map to Badger Basin State Wildlife Area
Reservations: Reservations are not needed or accepted to visit Badger Basin State Wildlife Area.