Join us for Dave "The Badger" Weinbach's Northern Colorado tour that will stop in Estes Park this Thursday. There will be 2-hour interactive Pickleball clinics; focusing on key shots, skills, drills, and strategies that will improve your play. $70 per person. All skill levels welcome, players will be put into their skill levels for drills. (Private lessons for groups of 4 also available at $75 per person.) Dave Weinbach is a 10-time USAPA National Champion; 12-time US Open Champ and winner of 116 gold medals.
Your child will learn the fundamentals of soccer, participate in skill building exercises and learn to play the game! Instructed by Kirby Hazelton, your child will be able to dribble, pass and shoot like a pro! We will be following all the necessary COVID safety guidelines. The five-day program at Stanley Park Field 3 runs Monday thru Friday, July 20—24. Fee: $75 per player. Ages 6—9: 9—10:30 a.m., ages 10—12: 10:30 a.m.—12 p.m.
Our maintenance crew will be pouring concrete on the west end of the dog park this week from Tuesday, July 7 through Friday, July 10. They should be ready for your four-legged friends on Saturday, July 11!
Four reservation blocks will be available per 90-minute timeslot to ensure safe social distancing as well as to maintain sanitation protocols. The individuals reserving their timeslot can bring up to 4 guests with them during their reserved time for a total of 5 swimmers. While 1 timeslot will be reserved, each individual attending will be required to use a punch or their individual membership if not on a family membership. Visit the Aquatic page, or click on the gray banner on this page to access the Leisure Pool reservation calendar.
Selective herbicides will be applied by Horizon Vegetation Management in accordance with Colorado Department of Agriculture regulations. The target dates for the application are June 30th 2020. These dates are subject to change due to weather. Signage will be placed to notify trail users which sections of Lake Estes Trail, Wapiti Meadow, Cherokee Draw, and Stanley Park have been sprayed.
Paddleboard Yoga involves practicing yoga on a stand up paddle board (SUP) in the middle of a body of water, in this case, our lap pool. Paddleboard Yoga will help improve your yoga skills because it requires strength, balance, and focus. Because of the restrictions on the water, paddleboard yoga requires intense focus and balance to keep your paddle board steady when holding or transitioning between poses. Ultimately, these new challenges will refine your technique on land and work muscles you aren’t used to.
This class will help parents learn how to safely work with their child in the water, including how to appropriately support and hold their child in the water and how to prepare and encourage their child to participate fully and try the skills. Children receive an introduction to basic skills that lay a foundation for learning to swim. Sign up for this class today!
Take advantage of our new app to book your tee time, check in, score track and GPS feature and more. Visit the Apple App Store or Google Play to download and receive a free medium bucket of range balls!
Families have always played a vital role in teaching kids how important it is to learn to swim and behave safely in and around the water. That's even more true today when most schools, swim clubs and recreation centers are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
We are excited to offer another season of Coach Pitch and Tee Ball! Practices will be station-based and will follow all current health guidelines.
Tee Ball (ages 4—5): Practice on Tuesdays; games on Thursdays. 5:15—6:15 p.m.
Coach Pitch (ages 6—8): Practice on Tuesdays and Thursdays; games on Fridays. 4—5 p.m.
$45 per player includes MLB replica jersey and hat. Registration deadline: June 1.
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