Colorado is the first state in the nation to establish its own public lands day with the inaugural event being celebrated on May 20, 2017. The purpose of this new holiday is to celebrate the significant contributions that national, state, and local public lands within Colorado make to wildlife, outdoor recreation, the economy, and to Coloradans’ quality of life. Join park naturalist Charlene Barnes for a pleasant spring hike along the park’s interpretive trail. She will talk about some of the trails points of interest that will be passed along the way. Weather conditions permitting, the hike will be about a mile and a quarter in length. Dress appropriately for conditions and bring something to drink. The hike will probably be an hour to an hour and a half in length. Registration requested, but not required.