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.
Thursday, July 30, 2020
Active military and veterans get in free to Colorado state parks in August
want to honor the brave men and women who currently serve or have
served our country by hosting them at our state parks,” said Colorado
Parks and Wildlife Director Dan Prenzlow. “This is an opportunity for
our military and veterans to spend some quality time in nature and
connect with the beautiful landscapes and natural wonders they protect.”
free park pass provides a chance to experience Colorado’s state parks
and the diverse wildlife and terrain they showcase. All other park fees
remain in effect, including camping reservations, boat and off-highway
vehicle registrations, and hunting and fishing licenses.
also offers military benefits for outdoor
activities to active duty military, veterans, and disabled veterans.
Programs include free admission to state parks on Veterans Day,
year-round free entry to all state parks to residents with Colorado
Disabled Veterans license plates and free small game and fishing
combination licenses for qualified disabled veterans. CPW also offers a
Columbine Pass which offers reduced
park entrance fees to disabled Colorado residents.
agency appreciates the sacrifices our military members make to secure
our freedoms to enjoy an outdoor heritage,” said U.S Marine Corps
Veteran and Southwest Region Manager Cory Chick. “This is a small token
of our appreciation to thank our military and veterans for helping us
protect our state lands for Coloradans to enjoy and cherish.”
CPW is an
enterprise agency, relying primarily on license sales, state parks
fees and registration fees to support its operations, including: 41
state parks and more than 350 wildlife areas covering approximately
900,000 acres, management of fishing and hunting, wildlife watching,
camping, motorized and non-motorized trails, boating and outdoor
education. CPW's work contributes approximately $6 billion in total
economic impact annually throughout Colorado.