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Colorado Parks and Wildlife to Promote Conservation, Safety and Responsible Recreation at 2022 Denver International Sportsman’s Expo | Olathe

Colorado Parks and Wildlife will be on hand to provide resources and information, including guidance on licensing applications, invasive species prevention, our new shooting facility and a new boating simulator at the 2022 International Athlete Expo. The International Sportsmen’s Expo takes place March 24-27, 2022 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. Don’t forget that young people under the age of 16 enter the Expo for free!

“Our goal is to provide activities that are not only fun and engaging, but also promote responsible and ethical outdoor behaviors,” said Grant Brown, program manager for boating safety and enrollment at CPW.

Look for the CPW signs near the food court located in the northwest corner of the exhibit.

CPW ISE 2022 Booth Descriptions

Colorado Parks and Wildlife Information and Ask An Officer Booth

CPW Ambassadors will answer general questions related to state parks, types of entry passes, camping reservations, hunting and fishing questions, volunteer opportunities, wildlife viewing , to COTREX appthe My CPW appand general agency questions.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife 125th Anniversary Sales Booth

Find CPW 125th anniversary products and learn historical facts about the agency.

CPW Hunter Education

Ask questions about hunter education and get help finding classes near you.

Colorado clays

Located near Brighton, staff at this CPW marksmanship center will be on hand to explain the many shooting opportunities to be found there.

Nautical information and safety

Get information on legal boating requirements in Colorado and tips for keeping Colorado waters safe and enjoyable. Enjoy a water safety t-shirt coloring activity for kids. New this year, there will be a navigation simulator to try.

Invasive Species Zone (Aquatic Nuisance Species (ANS), Weeds, Firewood)

Find out what you can do to prevent the spread of invasive species in Colorado, with a focus on anglers, boaters, and waterfowl hunters preventing the spread of harmful aquatic species (ANS).

Partner booths

Raptor Education Foundation

REF staff will have live birds and provide education on the importance of birds, their habitats, and Colorado’s many species.

Colorado Wildlife Federation

CWF staff will sell extended season elk raffle license tickets and provide education about their conservation efforts in Colorado.

Stay on track

The Stay The Trail Education & Stewardship Alliance will have state- and region-specific trail map resources and show how to use official statewide maps. Colorado Trail Explorer App (COTREX).

Discover a range of other activities aimed at families and young sports enthusiasts, including an archery range, a climbing wall and talks around a campfire. You can check the dates and times of the presentations on

For more information about the exhibition, visit the CPW website at Where A coupon for $3 off adult admission to ISE is available from Front Range licensing agents, CPW offices or you can download it from the CPW website at

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