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    Colorado’s Cool but Cautionary History: Visit to Missile Site Park

    May 19, 2024
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    Earlier this month, Denver7 did a spotlight on the decommissioned Atlas II missile silo in Weld County, and it was an excellent reminder of the Centennial state’s rich history as a center point of the military industrial complex. 

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    It’s also a good reminder of Colorado’s below ground world and a caution for safety. Earlier this month responders rescued an 18 year old after he fell 30 feet into a missile silo. 

    From Colorado.com:

    “The former nuclear warhead equipped Atlas E site was constructed in 1961. There were a total of four Atlas E sites in Weld County. This particular missile site was deactivated in 1965 and was turned over to Weld County. Tours are free and you can camp.”

    If you’re interested in visiting, learn more here.

    Free camping at a decommissioned missile site? Let’s go! 


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