A network of scenic, unpaved roads radiates from Kim, making it a four-wheeler's oasis.

The tiny town of Kim is located on the western reaches of Comanche National Grassland — a special piece of Colorado reserved for the preservation of short-grass prairie. Pronghorn, the fastest land animal in the western hemisphere, are abundant in this out-of-the-way area. They travel in herds and can often be seen grazing near the road.

Picture Canyon and Carrizo Canyon are southeast of Kim, where visitors can hike to see geologic marvels, rock art and natural beauty.