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Where Did Our Campground Names Come From? Forest Service Talk

June 15 @ 7:00 pm

Free

Where Did Our Campground Names Come From? 

Saturday Program at the Turquoise Lake Amphitheater

A Preacher who delivered the mail on snowshoes … The famous Lady who survived the Titanic…Gold, silver and copper mines, The Silver King and Queen…and others…Come hear Joan Veilleux from the Forest Service tell us the colorful history of these amazing people who our campgrounds are named for.

Children must come with an adult for these free, fun programs. Bring your camp chairs.

The program may be cancelled if there is rain or lightning.

About The Turquoise Lake Amphitheater: We are in the process of planning and building a new stage with seating at Turquoise Lake. The site is located along a path by the existing Turquoise Lake Nature Trail Parking Area. For these programs, meet at the Nature Trail Parking area on the left side of the road along the entrance to Molly Brown Campground, off the Turquoise Lake Loop Road/CO Rd 9. Our Forest Service staff will escort you to the new site.

Venue

Turquoise Lake Ampitheater
Leadville, CO 80461 United States + Google Map
Phone
(719) 486-0749
View Venue Website

Where Did Our Campground Names Come From? 

Saturday Program at the Turquoise Lake Amphitheater

A Preacher who delivered the mail on snowshoes … The famous Lady who survived the Titanic…Gold, silver and copper mines, The Silver King and Queen…and others…Come hear Joan Veilleux from the Forest Service tell us the colorful history of these amazing people who our campgrounds are named for.

Children must come with an adult for these free, fun programs. Bring your camp chairs.

The program may be cancelled if there is rain or lightning.

About The Turquoise Lake Amphitheater: We are in the process of planning and building a new stage with seating at Turquoise Lake. The site is located along a path by the existing Turquoise Lake Nature Trail Parking Area. For these programs, meet at the Nature Trail Parking area on the left side of the road along the entrance to Molly Brown Campground, off the Turquoise Lake Loop Road/CO Rd 9. Our Forest Service staff will escort you to the new site.

Venue

Turquoise Lake Ampitheater
Leadville, CO 80461 United States + Google Map
Phone
(719) 486-0749
View Venue Website

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