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Collaborative to Develop Northwest LaVeta into an Outdoor Recreation Destination for Residents and Visitors!

La Veta Trails is asking for your help to fulfill a trail vision. The Town of
La Veta, La Veta Trails, and the La Veta Public Library are once again
collaborating to raise $25,000 to design and construct three
community-identified priorities – a Pump Park, Dog Park, and Sky Park in the northwest section of the Town on land owned by the Town. In 2019, the La Veta community identified the three priority amenities in the La Veta Parks, Open Space, and Trails Master Plan.
With your generous support, we can raise the matching funds needed to design and construct the following:
 Pump Park for people of all ages and abilities to enjoy a variety
of wheeled sports.
 Dog Park so dog owners have a safe, fenced area to play with
their dogs of all sizes, and dogs can play with their doggie
friends.
 Sky Park, so star-gazers have a place to enjoy the stars in an
international dark sky destination.
We share a mission to engage the community in developing, using,
maintaining, and promoting recreational amenities that get people
active outdoors. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, La Veta Trails serves as the
recipient of the funds raised on behalf of the collaboration.
Thank you for your support!

 

La Veta Trails, Inc.

  • La Veta Trails is a 501(c)3 nonprofit founded in 2015 to develop and maintain parks and trails systems in Huerfano County that connect people of all ages and abilities to the outdoors, inspire volunteerism, and contribute to the health and economic vitality of the region. 

    Our mission includes 17 project sites, 42 miles of trails, and 20 acres of public lands in partnership with the:

    • Town of La Veta,

    • City of Walsenburg

    • U.S. Forest Service/San Carlos Ranger District

    • Colorado Parks and Wildlife

    • La Veta RE-2 School District

    • Huerfano RE-1 School District

    Project sites include the Spanish Peaks Wilderness Area, Lathrop State Park, Wahatoya State Wildlife Area (La Veta), and Huerfano State Wildlife Area (Gardner). Over the next two years, our work with partners will add seven miles of new trails in La Veta, Walsenburg, and Lathrop State Park, and a new playground in La Veta. 

    Please visit our website to learn more, www.lavetatrails.org

  • P.O. Box 202, La Veta, CO 81055

    www.lavetatrails.org 

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