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Lamb Spring Archaeological Preserve

Lamb Spring Archaeological Preserve Site Tour

Lamb Spring Archaeological Preserve is a major Paleo-Indian archaeological site in the metro Denver area. The site contains a large collection of bison and mammoth bones as well as artifacts and other items associated with the Paleo-Indian period. Tour the site to learn more!

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Lamb Spring Archaeological Preserve Site Tour
Lamb Spring Archaeological Preserve Site Tour

Time & Location

Oct 21, 2023, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM MDT

Lamb Spring Archaeological Preserve, 9472 W Titan Rd, Littleton, CO 80125, USA

About the event

Lamb Spring is a unique resource for the Denver metropolitan region and is valuable for public education and research because it is rich with information about natural and human history. The Lamb Spring Archaeological Preserve (LSAP) is an internationally significant archaeological site containing bone beds of extinct Ice Age animals and artifacts from later human occupation at the spring. Extinct Ice Age animals found at the site include over 30 Columbian Mammoths, the largest number known from any site in Colorado. It also contains the remains of Ice Age camels, horses, sloths, llamas, and wolves.

Please note that the address listed for Lamb Spring Archaeological Preserve is connected to a private driveway. Make sure you review your welcome packet from the Lamb Spring Archaeological Preserve for directions and other need-to-know information about the tour. You must register through the Lamb Spring google form to attend the tour. The form can also be accessed through the RSVP button above.

Questions? Please email us at info@communityconnections.llc

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