Our facility can be a great place to host events. In the past we have hosted many different holiday parties for our immediate community and anyone is welcome to join in the festivities.
Other past events include the rugby team and archery personnel practicing in our indoor arena during the winter. We have also hosted a skijoring event in the winter where participants enjoyed the snowy adventures in our fields. For the past 3 years we have also hosted the Community School Hoe Down fundraiser which has been a huge success. To find out more regarding our summer activities please visit the Camp Cozy Point page. The non-profit Aspen TREE also has space on this property and you may go to their website to find out more information.
For student equestrians in grades 6-12, the Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA) was established in the spring of 2002 and held its first annual national finals event the following year in Willoughby, Ohio. A non-profit organization, the IEA has grown both geometrically and geographically each year. Beginning with just 200 participants, the IEA now has over 12,500 members in 42 states across North America.
Enjoy Aspen’s recreational facilities which include over 30 world-class parks ranging from small neighborhood parks with playgrounds to over 1,300 acres of vast open spaceswith mountain vistas and streams. Serviced by 22 miles of pedestrian/bicycle trailsand over 90 kilometers of cross country/nordic trails.
We are a family-led 501(c)3 nonprofit (tax id 26-3468420) at the heart of the Roaring Fork Valley empowering youth and building community. We moved to our current “Farm Park” headquarters at Cozy Point Ranch in 2011 where we have been hosting a diversity of kids programming, ecological food production, and community activities for all to enjoy! We believe that positive action, fun, and solution- oriented / relevant education is the best way to get our kids and community outdoors and dedicated to make a difference!