El Paso County Parks was named the Land Management Partner of the Year by the Rocky Mountain Field Institute. “RMFI’s history with El Paso County Parks dates back to the Black Forest Fire in 2013,” said Jennifer Peterson, executive director of RMFI. “Since that time RMFI has been working very closely with El Paso County…
VIDEO: If you like to hike and fish, check out our latest episode of Explore Our Parks. It features Willow Springs Ponds down on the south side of the County. It’s a great place to fish of course, but it also has some great trails.
For our latest episode of Explore Our Parks we’re taking a look at the Black Forest Section 16 Trail. It’s a nice easy trail with some interesting history in the name.
VIDEO: Dogs, Dogs, and more Dogs. For this episode of Explore Our Parks we’re taking a look at the Fox Run Dog Park in Fox Run Regional Park. It’s surrounded by Ponderosa Pine trees and is turning into a very popular dog park.
VIDEO: We went indoors for our latest episode of Explore Our Parks. We’re talking about the Nationally Recognized Bear Creek Nature Center. It’s loaded with great exhibits and it has an interesting history that some people might not know about. All of the Explore Our Park videos are on the Parks’ video page.
El Paso County launches Citizen Connect, a new citizen engagement tool that allows citizens to report problems and put in service requests with the click of a mouse or touch of a button. Citizen Connect