Updated September 18, 2020
COVID 19 UPDATE
To help combat the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) virus and be respectful for the health and safety of our citizens and staff, please find below the current status of County Park facilities. Updates based on the amended State Public Health Order 20-28 and State approved variances for El Paso County.
- Pavilion capacity is limited to the following number of people or less.
|Pavilion Location||Pavilion Capacity||Pavilion Location||Pavilion Capacity|
|Bear Creek Regional Park||Homestead Ranch Regional Park|
|Pavilion 1||75||Large Pavilion||50|
|Pavilion 2||40||Small Pavilion||10|
|Pavilion 4||30||Fox Run Regional Park|
|Pavilion 5||30||Pavilion 1||30|
|Pavilion 6||10||Pavilion 2||30|
|Pavilion 7||10||Pavilion 3||30|
|Pavilion 8||10||Pavilion 4||30|
|Fountain Creek Regional Park|
|Pavilion 1||60||Black Forest Regional Park|
|Pavilion 2||30||Pavilion 1||30|
|Pavilion 3||30||Pavilion 2||30|
|Willow Springs – Pavilion 4||15|
|Willow Springs – Small Pavilions||10|
- Playgrounds remain open for use with no more than 25 people at a time.
- Organized recreational youth or adult league sports activities remain the same with no more than 25 players. Parents may attend youth sports activities but must remain 6 feet apart from non-household members. Spectators are strongly discouraged for adult sports. Permit required through El Paso County Parks for organized sports.
We encourage you to visit www.elpasoco.com for online services, email to Parks@elpasoco.com, or call 719-520-7529. We will be happy to assist you.
Park users are highly encouraged to practice social distancing of 6 feet or more and wear masks while enjoying the County parks, trails, and open spaces.