The club is open to all, but club events take place during the week and we meet at Chilson Senior Center in Loveland, CO. Our basic purpose is to fish, but we're easily distracted by the chance to work with youngsters or improve northern Colorado outdoor resources.
Tuesday, May 5, 2020
Camping at Colorado State Parks and State Wildlife Areas will remain Closed until Further Notice
and Wildlife is working with federal and local partners to determine a
timeline for opening camping.
DENVER – Camping at Colorado state parks
and State Wildlife Areas will remain closed until further notice, as
Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) works to implement system-wide safety
protocols related to social distancing in campgrounds.
volunteer, and employee safety remain a top priority. CPW is committed to
providing park services at the highest level possible while also ensuring
public safety. System camping cancellations will be sent via email.
Currently, no definitive date is known for when sites will reopen.
understand the strain these continued closures put on all of us, and we
appreciate the public’s flexibility as we work through the process of
reopening,” says Dan Prenzlow, Director of Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
“Our staff is working hard to make sure we can provide safe and enjoyable
experiences for everyone.”
working with federal and local municipal partners as well as the Colorado
Department of Public Health and Environment to determine a timeline for
camping. This coordination can make predicting definitive opening dates
difficult as each county faces its own unique circumstances.
counties, municipalities, and land management agencies continue to update
their COVID-19 guidance including travel restrictions, road closures, and
access limitations on the Colorado Counties Inc. Safer-At-Home map. Outdoor
recreationists are responsible for researching and understanding park and
county closures before participating in any planned local recreational
activities. CPW encourages park visitors to follow trail safety etiquette and visit parks
all Coloradans to respect safer-at-home orders and stay close to your
home and use local trails and parks for outdoor recreation. Limiting
travel for recreation helps minimize the strain of visitors on small
mountain communities and creates less burden for our search and rescue
and emergency responders.
information, visit the CPW COVID-19 Response website for updates on
park closures, permits and licenses, and outdoor recreation