During the summer months our heated pool is open from 10am to 9pm everyday. We have a free Hayride on Saturday evenings as well as an Ice Cream Social on Saturday after the hayride. Year round activities include horseshoe pits, playground, hiking, fishing, mini-golf, game room, shuffleboard, ping pong, gold panning, bird and wildlife watching and guided crafts in the ArT ShED Saturday afternoons from 2-5pm. Make your online reservation now to plan your FUN- time and don't forget to add the value card during your reservation for 10% off any stay (except the Loma Linda Motel) at any KOA!
Join us in a good old fashioned weeklong celebration of our nation's birthday. We will have a parade on Wednesday the 4th (join us with your bikes, kids, fun unusual vehicles!), red-white and blue tie-dye and ceramic crafts! The pool will be open and the hayride running bothl weekends with a special Americana Ice Cream Social on Saturday (6/29 & 7/7) and a Watermelon Social on Sunday (6/30 & 7/8)! We have lots of crafting this weekend with a red, white and blue theme, including domino art, tie-dye and ceramics.
The wild west is alive and happening at Cotopaxi KOA this weekend. We will teach bow-n-arrow shooting techniques Friday evening and BB Gun Target practice, spitoon spitten and cow chip toss on Saturday. Arts and crafts will highlight a western theme also! The ever popular Hold 'em up Hayride will occur Saturday night. Wear your western duds and ten gallon hats too fit right in! This weekend and Monday the 13th is also peak viewing for the Persiod Meteor Shower, weather permitting.
Welcome the fall with us! On Saturday we will have fall themed crafts in the art shed ,Local Crafts Fair and Produce Market! Join us for a German feast of Brats, German potato salad, red cabbage and German chocolate cake with dark root beer.
This weekend is a "Thank You!" to all our great customers and friends for the past year. We will have various sales and giveaways to end the year. If you can not make it this weekend we have added another Hot Deal for Wednesday and Thursday, October 10 and 11, to thank our customers that can't make it on the weekend! SEE OUR HOT DEALS!
This weekend the Draconids Meteor Shower will be at its peak! "The radiant point for the Draconid meteor shower almost coincides with the head of the constellation Draco the Dragon in the northern sky. That's why the Draconids are best viewed from the Northern Hemisphere. The Draconid shower is a real oddity, in that the radiant point stands highest in the sky as darkness falls. That means that, unlike many meteor showers, more Draconids are likely to fly in the evening hours than in the morning hours after midnight. This shower is usually a sleeper, producing only a handful of languid meteors per hour in most years. But watch out if the Dragon awakes! In rare instances, fiery Draco has been known to spew forth many hundreds of meteors in a single hour. In 2017, watch the Draconid meteors at nightfall and early evening On October 7 and 8, before the bright waning gibbous moon rises into the sky at early-to-mid evening.-Earthsky website
This will be a great weekend to stroll around the campground and view the fall color while identifying more than 40 different types of trees and shrubs that have been planted over the last two decades! Bring your "tree questions" to ask ...we have tried almost everything related to trees! We will then have a "tree related" craft and fall themed treats (think spiced apples and cinnamon!) in the afternoon. Fun for all ages!
The Orionid meteor shower is set to peak the night of Oct. 21-22, however, the nearly full moon will lead to subpar views for this night sky display. The meteors that streak across the sky are some of the fastest among meteor showers, because the Earth is hitting a stream of particles almost head on. The Orionids are named after the direction from which they appear to radiate, which is near the constellation Orion (The Hunter). In October, Orion is best visible around 2 am. The best viewing will be around that time on Oct. 21 and Oct. 22. If you miss the peak, the show is also visible between Oct. 15 and 29, as long as the moon isn't washing the meteors out.
Get in the Halloween spirit with our haunted hayride, scary campfire stories, Halloween-themed crafts, games and prizes, and costume party. We will have a Halloween/Fall themed potluck at 5 pm Saturday, so bring your favorite gruesome dish to share. This is usually also a great weekend to see some beautiful fall color on the Arkansas River! SEE OUR HOT DEALS!
Fresh produce, eggs, baked goods and hand crafted items. Wednesday, June 6th, the 2018 market season will begin in Westcliffe. We will be located at Jess Price Park, on Main Street, just as we have been in years past. The market runs from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m every Wednesday from June to October.
Rocky Mtn. Renegades Formation flying team. Aerobatic acts, Skydiving, Military Jets, P-51 Mustang, WWII fighters, Biplanes, Helicopters and Gyroplanes, Drones, Classic Cars, Pancake breakfast. Harriet Alexander Field (KNK) For more information Contact Zech Papp at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 719-239-1648
Free concert most Sundays, 2:00-5:00pm @ Westcliffe Feed Store Amphitheater & Park, Refreshments available, www.westcliffefeedstore.com
7/8 Acoustic Eidolon *
7/22 Jimmy Stadler *
8/5 The Crestones *
8/12 Smythe & Taylor *
8/26 The Rifters *
9/2 Jonas and Jane *
One-day brewfest in beautiful Riverside Park in downtown Salida. Sample the different and unique beers by specialty craft brewers from around Colorado.
Located in McPhelemy Park, right at the heart of Buena Vista, CO. Gold Rush Days summer festival includes a variety a musical entertainment, over 100 arts and crafts booths, historic re-enactments, great food booths, beer garden, kid's games, duck race, kayak demonstrations, toilet seat races and our infamous “madams” of Colorado! Come and enjoy a weekend full of events, vendors, food, and music this August 11 & 12, 2018.
Celebrate Labor Day with friends and neighbors!Bring the whole family and join us for the Salida Hometown Picnic, a free community event that runs from 2-7 p.m. in Riverside Park. City staff will serve hot dogs and soft drinks, and provide free popcorn!The San Luis Valley Big Band will provide fun, dancin' tunes to celebrate the occasion!
Featuring vendors focused on all aspects of textiles, the festival has grown in five short years from 38 to 70 vendors, and also includes fiber-related classes and demonstrations, a make-and-take activity tent, a silent auction tent featuring a variety of goods donated by vendors and Salida businesses, and a tree-shaded beer garden offering local beer, wine, and distilled drinks. Riverside PArk
Salida Bike Festival is a 4 day festival celebrating bicycles of all kinds!Various groups in Salida have teamed up to create and promote unique and fun bike events throughout the week. Free group rides, bike films, a chainless race, a bike parade, the Banana Belt Mountain Bike Race, the 19th Annual Monarch Crest Crank and free live music in Riverside Park – plus much more!
Wine, artisans, food and entertainment come together at this year's annual Harvest Festival at the Winery at Holy Cross Abbey. This is a wonderful way to spend a beautiful fall day. Discover our award-winning wines including the limited release of Harvest Fest's Merlot and Riesling. Enjoy food selections from local produce and cheeses to salmon, crepes, roasted chilies and freshly baked breads. Something for everyone. Come join us this fall for a truly unique experience. . Free admission and parking.