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Taste of Fishing- Staunton State Park
Tuesday, June 5 6p

(Pine) Join Colorado Parks and Wildlife for a weeknight evening of fishing fun. Instructors will provide equipment and instruction on bait, spin, and fly-fishing a Colorado high country lake. Later in the clinic, we will show how to prepare fish in the field and even cook some fish up to sample. This clinic is for anyone new to bait, spin, or fly-fishing. Participants 16 years old or older are required to have a valid fishing license. Parents, be sure to buy that license so you can enjoy fishing right alongside your children. There is no charge for this clinic, however vehicles will require a valid State Park Pass. Participants will meet in the first parking lot on the left just past the entrance station. There will be a gentle hike (just under 1 mile) from the parking area to the pond. Please bring water and clothing for the weather conditions. You may take your own fishing gear or use ours.

Visitor Programs and Hikes!
Free with Park Pass
(All Hikes begin at the Group Picnic Area)

Tuesday June 5
Wildflower Hike 10 am
Take a wildflower hike with a plant expert! Learn interesting facts and some fun fiction about Staunton’s beautiful wildflowers!

Saturday June 9
Wildlife Photography Hike! 10am Learn how to take breathtaking photographs! Bring your own camera for a short instructional class and then hike with a photographer along the beautiful trails to use your new skills to photograph the many wonders of Staunton State Park!

Sunday June 10
Archery in the Park! 10am-2p
Come enjoy archery! All skill levels welcome. This event is Instructor guided. All equipment is provided. Fun for all ages!

Tuesday June 12
Wildflower Hike 10 am Take a wildflower hike with a plant expert! Learn interesting facts and some fun fiction about Staunton’s beautiful wildflowers!

Saturday June 16
Wildlife Photography Hike! 10am Learn how to take breathtaking photographs! Bring your own camera for a short instructional class and then hike with a photographer along the beautiful trails to use your new skills to photograph the many wonders of Staunton State Park!
Interpreters Table “Growing Up Bear” 10am
Come visit the Interpreter’s Tent at Staunton Ranch Trail Head and find out how bears spend their first year!

Sunday June 17 Happy Father’s Day!
Interpreter’s Table “Growing Up Bear”10a Come visit the Interpreter’s Tent at Staunton Ranch Trail Head and find out how bears spend their first year!
Enjoy a Day of fishing with Dad! 10a-2p Fish are hopping at the Davis Ponds (stocked with Rainbow trout) as well as Elk Pond (Brookies everywhere!)! Poles and bait available for use at Davis Ponds. Those 16yrs and older must have a valid Colorado fishing license.

Tuesday June 19
10 am
Take a wildflower hike with a plant expert! Learn interesting facts and some fun fiction about Staunton’s beautiful wildflowers!
Saturday June 23 and Sunday June 24
5th Annual Marmot Fest! 9am-3pm
Come help celebrate the Park’s Mascot, Raymond the Marmot!! Free activities include: Rock Climbing, Burrow Crawling, Puppet Making, Game Playing, Marmot Scoping, and a spectacular art show!
Naturalist Guided Marmot Hikes 9a and 11 am.

Tuesday June 26
Wildflower Hike 10 am
Take a wildflower hike with a plant expert! Learn interesting facts and some fun fiction about Staunton’s beautiful wildflowers!
Taste of Fishing- Staunton State Park

Tuesday, June 26 6p
(Pine) Join Colorado Parks and Wildlife for a weeknight evening of fishing fun. Instructors will provide equipment and instruction on bait, spin, and fly-fishing a Colorado high country lake. Later in the clinic, we will show how to prepare fish in the field and even cook some fish up to sample. This clinic is for anyone new to bait, spin, or fly-fishing. Participants 16 years old or older are required to have a valid fishing license. Parents, be sure to buy that license so you can enjoy fishing right alongside your children. There is no charge for this clinic, however vehicles will require a valid State Park Pass. Participants will meet in the first parking lot on the left just past the entrance station. There will be a gentle hike (just under 1 mile) from the parking area to the pond. Please bring water and clothing for the weather conditions. You may take your own fishing gear or use ours.

Saturday June 30
Archery in the Park! 10am-2p
Come enjoy archery! All skill levels welcome. This event is Instructor guided. All equipment is provided. Fun for all ages

Summer Jr Ranger Program
This program is designed for kids to enjoy an independent experience and gain knowledge of the outdoors. Parents are invited and encouraged to attend the final day graduation event.
Each session includes a three day program held Wed. Thur. Fri. 12noon-3:00pm Sign up on-line at the Staunton State Park or at the Park Entrance.
2018 Sessions-
June 6, 7, 8
July 18, 19, 20
August 1, 2, 3


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