Northfield Mountain Recreation Area
A second parking area directly across the road provides fishing access and a short walk to a historic stone picnic shelter built in 1918. At the end of the lease period, the City of Missoula will have the option to purchase the Marshall Mountain Base Area Property for $1,850,000. The acquisition will be subject to the standard City open space acquisition processes, including an extensive public process with multiple opportunities for citizen engagement, culminating with a City Council vote. Potential funding sources may include but are not limited to the 2018 City-County Open Space bond, grants, and public/private partnerships.
We have not encountered any rude staff nor obnoxious camper neighbors. Sad to see such a great place with so many good family memories go so far downhill. From Covington, take 220 North to Hwy 39 and turn left on Hwy 39. Take Hwy 39 to Hwy 600 and turn left on Hwy 600 towards the campgrounds. After about 7.5 miles turn right on Twin Ridge Drive for all campgrounds. Stay straight to head towards the store & marina, an overlook of the lake and McClintic Point.
The 4,795 acre Sand Mountain Recreation Area is a designated OHV fee site located in the high desert of west central Nevada twenty-five miles south east of Fallon on U.S. 50 in Churchill County. The recreation area also includes the Sand Springs Pony Express Station historical site and the Sand Springs Desert Study Area. You can see the iconic radio towers at Deer Point summit from throughout the Treasure Valley. Whether you’re commuting to work, picking up your kids from school, or visiting the area, you’ll probably see them every day.
Erving has natural beauty, an entrepreneurial spirit, and a competitive tax rate. Additionally, properties in Erving are eligible for New Market Tax Credits and has been designated by the U.S. Treasury and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as an Opportunity Zone. We will be adding additional business-related content to our website in the future, to better serve our current and perspective business owners.
The district’s board and management will use the information gathered as part of these surveys — as well as other public outreach and feedback opportunities — to decide whether to place the question on the ballot. Survey results will also help determine the scope of the projects. On March 1, 2021, Denver City Council approved an agreement with Starr Peak Holdings, LLC to accept 450-acres of Axton Ranch in Jefferson and Gilpin Counties to Denver’s mountain park system.
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.
Denver Mountain Parks also provide unique wildlife viewing opportunities and are home to two conservation bison herds. An accessible trail offers a short hike to the Chicago Lakes Overlook where park visitors can enjoy spectacular mountain views. The Summit Lake parking area provides access to climb Mount Evans or fish in the high alpine lake. Mountain goats and Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep may also be spotted throughout the park. Cross-country travel on the tundra is prohibited and park visitors are asked not to feed or follow wildlife onto the tundra.