Eagle Monument

The Eagle Monument will be an unforgettable highlight of your park experience. An enormous cast-bronze American Bald Eagle soaring flight, the sculpture crowns tower of dry-stacked boulders


This magnificent, anatomically correct bird has a wingspan of over 20 feet and weighs 2,800 pounds. It is the centerpiece of the astronomically aligned medicine wheel.


The Eagle was created by Wyoming sculptor Vic Payne and generously donated to the Weaver family by Gerrye and Bill Widger of Ridgway. It was dedicated on August 25th, 2007.


Contributing Photographers: Rusty Weaver, Kathryn R. Burke, James Burke


Dennis Weaver Memorial Park, Ridgway Colorado

Directions to the Park: approximately 1.5 miles north of Ridgway, turn west at RiverSage Drive. Follow the road down and cross the bridge. Park in the lot on the right. R.V. turn-around available. The entrance to the park is marked by a sign "Dennis Weaver Memorial Park," but you will see the Eagle as you cross the bridge.


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