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Pickleball Court Resurfacing Project Completed
For the past two weeks, the pickle ball courts at the inline rink in Stanley Park, have been closed while they were being transitioned into dedicated pickleball courts and resurfaced. This is a project that has been in the planning stages until this Summer. The newly resurfaced dedicated pickleball courts will provided an excellent surface for picklball players of all ages and abilities. In addition to the resurfacing. The courts were reoriented to a north south layout so that play during the earlier morning and late afternoon is not impaired by sun exposure. Due to the surfacing of the play area and re-orientation, inline skating and other wheel based activities are no longer permitted. Currently the courts are used by local players during the week and on Saturdays. In August EVRPD expects to host a pickleball tournament that will be attended by teams from Northern Colorado. Pickleball is having a meteoric rise in popularity nationwide and Estes Park can now proudly claim dedicated and surfaced outdoor pickleball courts. Visit Stanley Park and try it out for yourself. For questions about what is permitted at the newly surfaced courts and or general inquiries about pickleball please visit our adult pickleball page.
The EVRPD Youth Soccer Program offers co-rec youth soccer leagues for a variety of age groups. It is an instructional program with an emphasis on teamwork, fair play, sportsmanship, skill progression and most importantly fun for the kids. This 8-week program runs from August-October and consists of 2 trainings a week and one game on Saturdays. Parents are highly encouraged to volunteer coach.
Includes FREE Jersey
For more information follow the link to our youth soccer page
July is Parks and Recreation Month
Since 1985, America has celebrated July as Park and Recreation Month. A program of the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA), the goal is to raise awareness of the vital impact that parks, recreation and conservation have on communities across the U.S.
This July, Estes Valley Recreation and Park District and the National Recreation and Park Association are celebrating the superheroes and super powers of parks and recreation. Parks and recreation not only give us the opportunity to become our best selves, they also super power our communities economically, improve the environment and provide equitable public spaces for all. For more information, go to www.nrpa.org/july or search Twitter and Instagram using #SuperJuly.
For a calendar of suggested activities follow the link to our Parks and Rec Month calendar.