Aven’s Village, opened in October 2016, is an all-inclusive playground geared toward people of all ages and abilities. It includes a mix of sensory, social and physical activities and allows for visitors with various levels of ability to experience similar equipment side-by-side.
Centennial Village Museum is a living history experience that features over 35 historical buildings, costumed interpreters, heritage farm animals, and 8-acres of beautifully landscaped grounds. Visitors step back in time and learn about the early pioneer settling of the western high plains, a time when grand houses, growing businesses, extensive prairies and agriculture were all a part of daily life.
Greeley is bicycle-friendly and the museum provides 2 bicycle racks outside on the north side of the museum. Group Tours and Field Trips. The Greeley History Museum is located between Cheyenne, WY, and Denver, CO, making it the perfect destination for your next group tour or field trip.
P.O.W. Camp 202. During World War II, the P.O.W. camp had prisoners from Germany and Austria. (P.O.W. means Prisoner of War) The camp was built in 1943, and the first prisoners came in 1944. The camp was a town to itself. It had a firestation, hospital, theater, library and classrooms. It also had electricity, water and sewers.
This City of Greeley has a full time park planner who develops long and short-term strategic plans to complement the Parks Master Plan as well as the Trails Master Plan. For more information about the future of Greeley’s parks, check out each of the following links, all of which were developed with public input.
Me at Josephine Jones Park It is a beautiful expanse of xeriscaped land (apprx 36 acres) that stretches from the former home of Jones at 2631 52nd Ave Ct in Greeley (now the Greeley Forestry Department’s headquarters) all the way nearly to Highway 34 on the south.
Greeley is bordered on the south by the towns of Evans and Garden City. The Greeley/Evans area is bounded on the south by the South Platte River, and the Cache la Poudre River flows through north Greeley. The city is served by US Route 85 and US Route 34.
This particular missile site was deactivated in 1965 and was turned over to Weld County. The Missile Site Park is located between Greeley, Windsor, and Loveland on 10611 Spur 257, Greeley, CO. Currently, the Missile Site Park offers tours, a campground and an RV dump.
Many people still don't know about Greeley's newest dog park, which was added a few years ago next door to Discovery Bay Pool. The three-acre park is a well-kept, lesser-used alternative to the Rover Run Dog Park, 5207 F St. off the Poudre River Trail.
Big Rig RV Park Campground sits on top of a hill overlooking the Sturgis and the Bla ... Pharaohs Adventure Park in Redlands - CA 92374Description: Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Food and beverages are served inside the park. Food, beverages, alcohol and coolers are not allowed inside the park.
Natural Area (formerly Poudre River Ranch Natural Area) Greeley, Colorado. This 86-acre area on the Cache la Poudre River is pure and wild with a bounty of wildlife. For a Google Map of the Poudre River Trail, visit our Interactive Map. Trailhead for the Poudre River Trail. The trailhead is located at the intersection of 71st Avenue and the Poudre River.
Location: 4100 Harbor Lane (Harbor Lane and Prairie View Drive) Pavilion Capacity: 40-50 people. Pavilion Rental Cost: $50 for Evans residents - $75 for non-Evans residents. This is one of Evans’ newer parks that includes a picnic pavilion, restrooms, basketball court, playground, and soccer field.
Location: 4000 Riverside Parkway. On September 13, 2013, Colorado experienced widespread flood destruction from what the media referred to as "biblical" rains. Riverside Park was completely destroyed in that flood. One year after the flood, on September 13, 2014, the City was able to proudly open a section of the park accessible from 42nd Street.
Soon it narrows a bit as it traverses between the bottom of the Signature Bluffs and the Poudre River. After the bluffs, it crosses a bridge and continues towards the Poudre River Ranch Natural Area. This is an exceptionally pretty section of the trail, but often flooded in early summer.
In 1929 the home became Greeley’s first museum. This restored home contains cherished artifacts including furnishings original to the home and used by the Meeker family. A 10-foot tall diamond dust mirror, tall case clock and Meeker’s cherrywood desk are some of the prized historical treasures within the museum.
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