Come join us at the Maid of Erin (sites 3 & 4) day use area for weekly fun, free programing at 4pm.
Bring your own chair and get ready to learn.
Saturday, July 2nd – Topic – Where Did Our Campground Names Come From?
A preacher who delivered mail on snowshoes…The famous lady who survived the Titanic….. Gold, silver and copper mines…..The Silver King & Queen and others! Come hear Forest Service Tech Joan Veilleux tell us the colorful history of these amazing people who our campgrounds are named for.
Event is at Turquoise Lake Maid of Erin day use area, sites 3 and 4. Coming from Leadville on County Road 4, turn right just before the Sugar Loafin’ Dam on County Road 9 and then take the first left turn toward the Matchless Boat Ramp/Silver Dollar Campground. Maid of Erin Day use area turn out is on the left side of the road – program will be held at sites 3 & 4. Don’t forget to bring a chair to sit in. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
*program may be cancelled if there is rain or lightning