Area Attractions - Fort Collins
known as Lincoln Park, Library Park was established in 1899
as one of the first city parks in Fort Collins. Today, it
is home to the Fort Collins Museum and the Fort Collins Public
Library. The Park is one square block in size, has a play
area for kids and picnic tables for relaxing under the large
cottonwood and pine trees. Dogs must be leashed and picked
up after. A bag dispenser is located in the Park for convenience.
To utilize the Park for events, family reunions, etc., please
contact the City of Fort Collins Parks Department to obtain
a Park Use Permit at (970) 221-6660.
Fort Collins Museum has been collecting historically significant
artifact since the Museum's inception in 1941. The Museum's
collection totals over 30,000 artifacts including a significant
collection of folsom materials from the Lindenmeier site north
of Fort Collins, agricultural implements, household necessities,
paintings, clothing. The collection reflects the diversity
and values of the peoples of the Cache La Poudre River Valley.