Celebrate Colorado Public Lands Day At Our Very Own State Forest State Park
In May 2016, the Colorado General Assembly passed a bill establishing the third Saturday in May as "Colorado Public Lands Day". The bill passed with bipartisan support and was signed into law by Governor Hickenlooper. The purpose of this new holiday is to celebrate the significant contributions that national, state, and local public lands within Colorado make to wildlife, outdoor recreation, the economy, and to Coloradans’ quality of life.
Colorado is the first state in the nation to establish its own public lands day with the inaugural event being celebrated on May 20, 2017. This new state holiday is intended to encourage all Coloradans to get outside and enjoy our unparalleled public lands. Our public lands are vital resources providing clean water, protection of wildlife habitat, and offer vast recreation opportunities. Colorado Parks & Wildlife is proud to be to be an active participant in this event and has planned a variety of programs and special events at many of our state parks. Please plan to join us for one of these scheduled activities or simply visit one of our 41 state parks and get outside on this special day!
Celebrate public lands throughout the state at State Forest State Park for Colorado Lands Day! -Fishing with a Ranger -Getting your hands dirty with trail maintenance - Nature and Wildlife Talk -Wildlife viewing
Audience: All Ages
Location: Moose Visitors Center
56750 Highway 14 Walden CO 80480
Moose Visitors Center 970-723-8366
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Colorado Parks and Wildlife graciously allowed us to copy text from their website to create this blog post. It is with their permission the above text, video and picture has been published. The beauty is obvious in the pictures, but doesn't do it justice. You must see it to believe that it is real and experience it first hand. Thank you Colorado Parks and Wildlife for your contribution.