The Legend of Mount Silverheels
Legend of Mount Silverheels
Although there are many versions of this story this is the most common that many agree upon.
In a little town called ...
Posted by Kevin Copeland on March 1, 2022
Fishing in Park County, Colorado
What’s the difference between a good fisherman and a bad one?
Well, the answer might not be that easy, but there is one thing that tops ...
Posted by Kevin Copeland on July 16, 2021
Come to the Mountains!
Park County is so Beautiful!
Get yourself a piece of the Rocky Mountains and enjoy ...
Posted by Kevin Copeland on July 2, 2021
WHY BEING IN THE MOUNTAINS IS LIKE FALLING IN LOVE
We were hiking to the summit of Twin Sisters in Rocky Mountain National Park and I was overcome with this feeling. I was happy. No, more than ...
Posted by JoAnn MacDougall on February 1, 2021
Park County/Bayou Salado Mountain Men
Spaniards called South Park Valle Salado (Salt Valley) for the salt springs used by the Ute and other tribes. The French, who were in the ...
Posted by Kevin Copeland on December 4, 2020
The Mosquito Range
The Mosquito Range
The Mosquito Range (elevation approximately 14,000 ft) is a high mountain range in the Rocky ...
Posted by Billi Taylor on November 8, 2020
Beginning Of An Economic Recovery
The news these days seems to have a mix of highs and lows. We may hear that an economic recovery is starting, but we’ve also seen some of the ...
Posted by Kevin Copeland on August 28, 2020
Find Your Serenity
COVID-19 is going to be with us for a while. There is talk of mutations and a ...
Posted by Richard Poveromo on July 24, 2020
Lost Creek Wilderness, Park County Colorado
Lost Creek Wilderness was officially designated by the Colorado Wilderness Act of 1980 with additions in 1993. Today it totals 119,790 acres....
Posted by Kevin Copeland on April 10, 2020
Hunting in Park County
South park hunting is an all draw area. With Hunt units 49, 50,500 and 501 that are all draw areas. You can see game off of the ...
Posted by Richard Poveromo on November 6, 2019
Como is a tiny former railroad community tucked away about one mile off of Highway 285. It’s located ten miles east of Fairplay.
Posted by Kevin Copeland on October 20, 2018
2017 Summer Events in Park County Colorado
Pick up a printed 285 Mountain Guide here at the office!!!! LOTS OF GREAT LOCAL INFO!!!
6/8/2017 - ...
Posted by Kevin Copeland on May 1, 2017