Fort Morgan Colo.

11,348 (estimated, 2016 by US Census Bureau)

Morgan County School District

  • One early childhood center (preschool, kindergarten)
  • Four elementary schools (grades 1–5)
  • One middle school (grades 6–8)
  • One high school (grades 9–12)
  • One alternative high school
  • Living social enterprise that promotes structure that provides for individual needs
  • One Higher Learning Accredited two-year community college

Riverview Christian School K–8

  • Private Christian School providing high quality education with a Christian perspective

Trinity Lutheran Church and School K–8

  • Goal is to assist each child in developing a relationship with Jesus Christ through a Christ-centered education

Morgan Community College

  • Offers a variety of degree programs ranging from agriculture and business management to early childhood education and nursing
  • One and a half hours from Denver, Colo.
  • One and a half hours from Boulder, Colo.
  • Two hours from Cheyenne, Wyo.
  • Two hours and fifteen minutes from Colorado Springs, Colo.
  • Fifteen minutes from Rush Colo.
  • Forty-five minutes from Sterling, Colo.

Cover 4 Theatre

  • Morgan County’s only first-run theatre

Fort Morgan Museum

  • Tells the stories and history of Fort Morgan and Morgan County

Fort Morgan Public Library

Fort Morgan Skatepark

  • Free and open to the public
  • Newly renovated in 2012
  • I-76 Speedway IMCA dirt track racing

Jackson Lake State Park

  • Known primarily for the hunting around its banks, and its warm water and sandy bottom
  • Ranked as one of the “Top 15 Park Beaches” by Reserve America
  • Boating, water skiing, jet skiing, fishing and swimming
  • 242 campsites, all with electric hookups
  • During the winter, the park offers camping, wildlife observation, photography, ice fishing, ice skating and hunting

Morgan Lanes

  • Open bowling, league bowling, parties and events along with King Pin Café

Quail Dunes Golf Course

  • Open year-round
  • 18-hole, par 72 course with yardage ranging from 5,300 to 6,600 yards and four different tee boxes to accommodate all levels of golfers
  • Built on 165 acres of land with 57 acres of native area throughout the course
  • Designated as an Audubon Wildlife Sanctuary in 1994 and is home to eagles, hawks, deer, quail, pheasant, coyote and more

Public parks

  • 9 public parks with 77 acres of developed park land

Recreation Center (Armory)

  • Includes a basketball court with an elevated walking tack, a weight/cardio room and swimming facilities