Parks & Recreation Facility Closures and Re-Opening

We miss you! Erie Parks & Recreation is working hard planning for the return of recreation facilities and programming while adhering to public health guidance, including requirements around physical distancing and face coverings. This page will be updated frequently as information becomes available and operational decisions are made. Please check back often.

Town of Erie Mayor, Jennifer Carroll, extended to all of Erie a Boulder County order requiring face coverings beginning on Saturday, May 9, 2020. The order requires every person over the age of 12 to wear a face covering anywhere in the Town of Erie when they are not maintaining social distancing of 6 feet from any non-household member.

We’re Still Connecting You to Fun!

The Parks and Recreation Department is currently offering a variety of virtual programming including fitness classes, science camps, sports and more! Please visit our Virtual Programming page for a complete list of offerings.

Additionally, we invite you to check the Parks & Recreation Facebook page for activity ideas, challenges, workouts, nutrition tips and more on our Facebook page.

Phased Opening of Parks & Recreation Facilities, Programs, and Amenities

The table below is your one stop shop for frequently asked questions about programs and camps, ECC memberships, operations and the status of parks & recreation facilities.

  1. Amenities
  2. Camp Erie
  3. ECC Operations
  4. Memberships
  5. Programs

What about my Kidstation Punch Pass?

KidCheck is still in use for KidStation. No changes are being made to KidCheck punch passes at this time. Expiration date modifications will be assessed later this summer and as needed. KidStation remains closed until further notice.

What outdoor amenities are open?

  • Open grass areas within our parks
  • The Boneyard Dogpark
  • Trails
  • Erie Singletracks

What outdoor amenities are closed?

  • Town maintained playgrounds*
    • *Please check with your HOA for the closure status of your local neighborhood pocket park playground
  • Skate parks
  • Basketball courts
  • Sand Volleyball

Arapahoe Ridge Tennis Courts

Tennis court use is limited to individual activity or use by four or fewer players from your own household. Sharing equipment is not allowed.

The courts will remain open as long as visitors adhere to new Safer at Home operating protocols and six-foot social distancing requirements.

To report violations please call Boulder County Public Health 720-776-0822

ECC Tennis Courts

Tennis court use is limited to individual activity or use by four or fewer players from your own household. Sharing equipment is not allowed.

The courts will remain open as long as visitors adhere to new Safer at Home operating protocols and six-foot social distancing requirements.

What about pickleball?

Yes!  Four pickleball courts are available at the ECC Tennis Courts.

To report violations please call Weld County Public Health 970-400-2111