Northfield Mountain Recreation And Environmental Center
Catered events will benefit from the complete commercial kitchen and full bar, and you’ll love the laid-back atmosphere our restaurant provides throughout the year. It’s the perfect backdrop for any function you’re planning. The all-new Moon Mountain Disc Golf Course officially opened to the public on Monday, November 4, 2019. The high-alpine, championship-level course features an 18-hole, par 63 at 8072 feet for short pins and 8970 feet for long pins and uses the Score Application for specifics on each hole including distance and PAR. Other offerings include public picnic areas, camping for boaters at Munn’s Ferry, rock climbing at Rose Ledge, and a fishway for springtime viewing of thousands of migrating fish.
Please visit our Prices and Policies Page under our Camping tab to request a camping cancellation. Develop a personal set of outdoor ethics and become a steward of public lands. All employees are required to attend a 1 to 2-day orientation conducted by regional and area management. Moving forward, McCormack said the district wants to attract even more facility partners. The Mountain Recreation Foundation has been launched to raise private money for facility improvements. But one of the best things about the Mountain Recreation buildings is something the average person may not know — those popular facilities are debt free.
Morning paddles on the lake are pure glass, and in the evenings things are usually quiet by 10 pm. A four-season recreation facility situated along a beautiful sweep of mountainside;with satellite facilities strung along a 7-mile stretch of the Connecticut River. Bogus Basin Recreational Association, Inc. is a 501 non-profit organization dedicated to accessible, affordable and fun year-round mountain recreation and education for the Treasure Valley Community. Bogus Basin is so much more than a ski area – it’s a year round destination for recreation and education.
Most of the park is closed to public use due to their presence, but visitor access along the sandstone mesa provides scenic views and can be found along the Daniels Park Road at a historic shelter and two other viewing areas. The Upper Corwina parking area serves as a trailhead for the Panorama Point Trail, which is a steep, pedestrian-only 1.5-mile trail leading to expansive views at Panorama Point. This trailhead also provides access to Bear Creek Trail just .7 miles away. Bear Creek Trail is open to both hikers and mountain bikes.
The pool season in Eagle will wrap up on Monday, September 6 for closing day (12pm-4pm).
The lake is part of the Echo Lake Potential Conservation Area and has high biodiversity significance for its rare and globally vulnerable sub-alpine plants, including reflected moonwort, Mingan moonwort and western moonwort. Erving’s geography provides outdoor enthusiasts with several recreational opportunities. Enjoy fishing, hiking, rafting along the Millers River, and rock climbing.
Pence Park provides a trail head for the popular Bear Creek Trail where it’s possible to hike or bike all the way through O’Fallon and Corwina Parks. Pence Park also offers a hiker-only experience on Independence Mountain Trail, which is a two-mile loop up the flanks of Independence Mountain. Little Park serves as the first trailhead on the Bear Creek Trail which connects Lair O’ the Bear, Corwina, O’Fallon and Pence Parks. Little Park’s 400-acres were acquired by the City of Denver in 1917 and are characterized by steep canyons and ridges covered with Ponderosa Pine and Douglas Fir forests. To help protect this sensitive landscape, no public access to the steep southern portions of the park is offered. The regional Jefferson County Pioneer Trail runs along the western edge of the park, with other parks and recreation areas nearby.