The Fraser Valley Metropolitan Recreation District collaborates with valued partners, from both the public and private sectors. This has allowed us to be able to combine and leverage resources resulting in increased benefits to our community.
The Recreation and Park District has been very fortunate to have the following groups or agencies as its collaborative partners:
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Thank you Colorado Lottery for your support! Every Colorado Lottery game you buy funds the places that help make Colorado such an incredible place to live and play. Since 1983, they have invested more than $3 billion (yep—with a “B”) on protecting Colorado’s wilderness and creating trails, parks, pools, and recreation. As a result, the impact of Lottery dollars can be seen all across the state, in ways both big and small.
Visit coloradolottery.com to learn more.
Sports unite, create friendships and togetherness. It’s a great way to keep in shape while having fun with a team. The Fraser Valley Hockey Association is always looking for new members to join and become active members of their club. To learn more about the Fraser Valley Hockey Association, stay in the know about their events, etc. just visit www.fraservalleyhockey.com.
To learn more about the Fraser Valley Lacrosse Club and its programs offered (including equipment loans!), please visit their website fraservalleylax.usl.la
It is the mission of the Fraser Valley Recreation Foundation (FVRF) to assist the Fraser Valley Metropolitan Recreation District in initiating, supporting and continuing recreational programs, cultural events, health and wellness projects and educational opportunities for the benefit and enjoyment of residents and visitors of the Fraser Valley. In addition, the Fraser Valley Recreation Foundation will help in providing and maintaining venues and facilities for these endeavors.
To apply for a Scholarship through the FVRF, please refer to the information below:
The Mission of the Grand Community Gardens is to enrich the individual, social and environmental health of Grand County through gardening education and providing residents the opportunity for learning how to grow their own food to become a more sustainable community.
The Fraser Community Garden is located at our Fraser Valley Sports Complex on the first dirt road off of CR 5, behind the ball fields, next to the ice rink in Fraser. There are 40 beds of various sizes and prices. 28 beds are inside the hoop house and 12 beds are outside with individual hoops. All beds have individual drip irrigation systems and there are hoses available to everyone. For questions, please contact the site coordinator, Debbie Buhayar, at 970.281.2800.
Click Here for a Fraser Garden Application
The Grand County Colorado Tourism Board (GCCTB) has contributed significant grant funds to directly support advertising and marketing efforts or special events that promote tourism within the county, particularly those that encourage overnight lodging. They have been valuable partners in our district. Click Here to learn more about how the Tourism Board assists with local efforts.
It’s true! The National Sports Center for the Disabled (NSCD) is recognized around the world as a premier therapeutic recreation organization, providing leadership and expertise in adaptive sports. Hard to believe we have it right here in Grand County! The NSCD offers a variety of year-round sports and recreational adventures. All programs are designed for individuals, families, and groups and are available for all levels of ability, from beginner to advanced. To learn more about this amazing organization, to donate, to become a volunteer, visit their site at nscd.org.
We love to brag that we have a world-renowned ski resort nearby! Winter Park Resort has plenty of alpine skiing and snowboarding for all ability levels. With a The Village at the base of Winter Park Mountain and real authentic towns down the road, there is also plenty of shopping, dining, and other activities for apres-ski. To learn more about Winter Park Resort, visit winterparkresort.com
Do you dream of being an elite racer? The philosophy of the Winter Park Resort Competition Center is to offer the opportunity to achieve ones’ highest potential as an athlete, person, and competitor. As one of the oldest clubs in the region, it has a rich tradition in alpine racing, freestyle, and Nordic competition. Now under the Competition Center umbrella are exceptional snowboard, all terrain ski, freeski, and adult programs. Click Here to learn more about the Competition Center.