It’s summer and there are a lot of fun activities that families can do together to enjoy this season. Here are some events in town that you and your family can choose from and enjoy.
The Loveland Downtown District has partnered with Scripted Bar & Kitchen and MetroLux Dine-In Theatres to play in the splash pad fountains, engage in art activities with local artists and play games on the lawn. And these are all for FREE to the public. The event is every Tuesday of July which started last July 7 and will end on August 11. For more details, click HERE.
The Chilson Center reopened on June 15 and is already open for activities both for children and adults. The ABDC Summer Camp and SkyHawk’s Mini-hawk and baseball camp are already ongoing. Every Monday starting July 13 to August 3, there will be a Yoga session at the Mariana Butte Golf Course. Spots are limited and one should register first if you are interested to attend.
For activities like basketball, volleyball, pickleball, Lap swim, group exercise, aqua fitness, and other activities, you should make appointments for these activities. Appointments are made through their website. You may check it HERE.
Park shelters, also called Park pavilions are also open this summer but a limited number of people are allowed at a time. Those with reservations of 11-50 will need a variance approved by the Larimer County Department of Public Health and Environment. The Lake Loveland SwimBeach is open and reservations are not required. Golf courses, trails, and natural areas are open too.
The Chilson Senior Center remains closed until further notice.
There are summer virtual fitness classes available too and it’s just $6 per week and you get unlimited classes online.
Farmer’s market is open all Sundays of June till September 27 and because they take the safety and health of our customers seriously, they’re designing the Loveland farmers market this year to provide a safer and healthier shopping experience for everyone – which is totally acceptable. Here is a link to the farmers market so that people can know what to expect with health regulations.
If you are looking to fish and excited to fish, well good news, fishing is open, however, many of these locations allow fishing only from the shore, while others allow fishing from the Big Thompson River for fly fishing, etc.
- Centennial Park (from the river banks)
- Fairgrounds Park (river access at the Plaza area)
- Jayhawker Ponds (fishing dock; pond shores)
- North Lake Park (from the lake’s shore; or fishing dock at the Duck Pond)
- South Shore Parkway (from the lake’s shore)
Viestenz-Smith Mountain Park (from the south river banks)
So there you have it, there are numerous fun activities that you and your family can enjoy this summer. Don’t forget to take extra precautions and proper hygiene to ensure the safety and health of everyone. For more information, you can check the City of Loveland website for a complete list of activities.
Among the list here, which one are you most interested in?