Junior Ranger Adventures
Saturday, February 23, 11am-1:00pm
Mud Lake Open Space; 2 miles north of Nederland on County Road 126
Calling all snow-loving kids! Blizzards, snow drifts, frozen lakes and icy trails are all part of the wintertime outdoor experience. The Boulder County Parks and Open Space Rangers want to help you be safe and prepared for all the adventures the cold weather can bring. Join us for a day of fun as you complete winter challenges and become a Junior Ranger!
Your winter adventure day will include ice safety, building a snow shelter, learning how to safely start a fire and even making ice cream. And for a special treat, watch the Boulder Emergency Squad perform an ice rescue demonstration! After you complete all your outdoor challenges, you will receive the title of Junior Ranger!
Junior Ranger Adventures is perfect for kids aged 6-12, but all family members are welcome. A parent or guardian must be present. Be prepared for the winter weather by wearing warm clothing, boots, hat and gloves. Sunscreen, water and snacks are also recommended.
If you have questions, contact Ranger Erin O’Leary at 720-352-7041 or firstname.lastname@example.org.