Author Archives: Jordan Williams

Corral Center Bike Park at Lory State Park Gets Boost from Raffle Funds, Community Support

Volunteers and financial assistance still needed to complete enhanced bike park design, which envisions first-of-its-kind amenities for a Colorado State Park BELLVUE, CO (February 15, 2021) – Friends of Lory State Park (FoLSP) and partners TREK North in Fort Collins, J2 Contracting, Drake Cycles, Overland Mountain Bike Association (OMBA), and Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) […]

“Get Kids Outside” Environmental Education Video

The Friends of Lory State Park, a local 501(c)3 non-profit organization, would like to pass on some new environmental education content to all school districts in the Northern Colorado area through our first Get Kids Outside video. Our hope is that you will share this information with your school and fellow educators so we can continue to support students as they […]

And the winner is…

The electronic random drawing by RallyUp.com was held on October 8, 2020 at 11:59am. The drawing was initiated by the Friends of Lory State Park Board of Directors at the Lory State Park Visitor’s Center. And the winner of the TREK Roscoe 7 mountain bike is: Sara Abernathy Supporters need not be present to win. […]

Win a TREK Roscoe 7 Mountain Bike and support Lory State Park

BELLVUE, CO (September 14, 2020) – Friends of Lory State Park (FoLSP) has partnered with TREK North in Fort Collins, the Overland Mountain Bike Association (OMBA), and Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) to raise funds in support of a revitalized Mountain Bike Skills Course at Lory State Park. An electronic drawing will take place on […]

Lory State Park’s new Mariposa Pavilion is site for first Seeds of Stewardship project

Wildlands Restoration Volunteers, Friends of Lory State Park, and other partners cultivate restoration project utilizing local student support and native plant species BELLVUE, CO (June 16, 2020) – Wildland Restoration Volunteers’ (WRV) new youth program, “Seeds of Stewardship”, culminated on May 30, 2020, at Lory State Park’s new Mariposa Pavilion with two 10-person, physically-distanced volunteer […]