BEAVER PONDS ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CENTER
PO Box 995
2234 Busch Run Road
Fairplay, CO 80440
GETTING TO BEAVER PONDS
From the intersection of U.S. 285 and Colorado 9 in Fairplay take CO 9 north for ~2 miles to Park County Road 14, a left only turn. Follow 14 for 1.5 miles to Busch Run Road, a left only. Beaver Ponds is the first drive on the right at the Sacramento Creek Ranch. From Breckenridge, head toward Alma over Hoosier Pass ~ go through the town of Alma and take a right at Park County Road 14. Take a left on Busch Run Road. Beaver Ponds is the first drive on your right.
*Please note that Google gets our visitors lost…a lot! If you search “Beaver Ponds Environmental Education Center” it should get you to our doorstep.
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Events & Programs
There's always something fun to do at Beaver Ponds this summer.
Here are some upcoming programs and events.
Plant Walks - The 30th of each month
August 30, 10am - 12pm
Contact Eric Chatt for more information at (719) 838-0143
Plein Air Artists
September 5, 9am - 3pm
Contact Julie Bullock for more information at (719) 836-2622
Fiber Workshop Series - Felting Insoles
September 9, 1pm - 4pm
Contact Krissy Barrett for more information at (719) 838-0143
Click here for more information!
Downtown Denver Expeditionary School Fall Campers
September 12-14, 11am - 1pm
For more information visit http://ddeschools.org/
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