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We’re meeting at Matthews/Winters Park @ 1:30pm (1103 County Highway 93, Golden, CO). Head down the hill toward the little bridge over the water, but don’t cross it. There’s a deer trail to the right that heads into the woods, and that’s where we’ll be tucked away!

Bring some clothes prepped for mud, possibly a dry option in the car or at least a towel. As usual, water, sunscreen + snacks are recommended.


New here? You’re welcome to join our park days! Currently we consistently have 8-12 families showing up each week with kids aged 3-13. Whole families are welcome. We ask that you are a homeschooling family with at least one kiddo in the 5-16 age range.


Into group camping? So are we! A few spaces remain for our two group trips.

Upcoming:

We’ll be at Matthews/Winters Park for all of April. Please note that if they’re closed for mud, they do often post that onsite, where it may be a surprise. (You can try checking here before you leave home.) If/when it happens, we’ll meet across the road at Dinosaur Ridge (which, yes, requires a climb to the top, but is also super fun!).

Vote on where we’ll go in May. 😉

Collected future options: Bear Creek Greenbelt (Lakewood), McKay Park (Broomfield), Clear Creek Canyon Park, Gateway Trailhead (Golden), Heritage Dells Park (Golden) Paco Sanchez Park (Denver), Memorial Park (Arvada). Feel free to suggest your favorite!

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  1. So new here but love a good Creek to play in- my suggestions would be the Cherry Creek Ecological Park in Centennial, Lair of the Bear (near the outdoor classroom), or the Colorado Front Range Trail on Cherry Creek (Park Four Mile Historic Park.) just some of our favorite hangs. See you all soon.

    1. Also, just noticed it said Front Range- so some of these are a drive. Fav park in Westminster is the Westminster Station Nature Play Park. Also, Confluence Park near REI is fun for river play.