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Sports in Boulder County

Bike Parks

Boulder Valley Velodrome
601 Bonnell Ave., Erie; www.bouldervalleyvelodrome.com.
Training facility for cyclists, from kids to Olympic hopefuls.

Valmont Bike Park
Located in Valmont City Park on Valmont and Airport roads, this bike park provides a place for off-road cyclists to come together for racing and learning. It features a pump track, dual slalom, dirt jumping and more. No dogs allowed.

Bowling Lanes

Centennial Lanes
110 E. Ninth Ave., Longmont, 303-651-3800; www.centennial-lanes.com.

Coal Creek Bowling Center
550 W. South Boulder Road, Lafayette, 303-673-0772; www.coalcreekbowling.com.

The Connection at UMC

On the CU campus, Euclid and Broadway, UMC first floor, 303.735.BOWL (2695); www.colorado.edu/umc/connection.
As the ONLY bowling center in Boulder, The Connection features 10 bowling lanes, eight 9-foot billiards tables, video game consoles, pinball and arcade games, a foosball table and a selection of food and beverages available daily.

Climbing Gyms & Walls

Boulder Rock Club
2829 Mapleton Ave., 800-836-4008, ext. 4; www.boulderrockclub.com.
This indoor climbing gym offers classes in top-roping, lead climbing and bouldering as well as group fitness classes.

Climbing Gym at CU Boulder
Located where 17th Street becomes University Avenue at Macky Drive; www.colorado.edu/recreation. The new climbing wall consists of 2,000 square feet of vertical rock-climbing area. It includes 38-foot top-rope and lead climbing as well as bouldering terrain. Climbing courses are offered through the outdoor program. Certification required to climb.

Colorado Athletic Training School (CATS)
2400 30th St., 303-939-9699; www.catsgym.com.
This indoor bouldering facility offers thousands of holds and different angles. Youth and adult classes available.

Movement Climbing + Fitness
2845 Valmont Road, 303-443-1505; www.movementboulder.com.
Indoor facility offers top-roping and bouldering walls, as well as yoga, climbing and fitness classes.

The Spot Bouldering Gym
3240 Prairie Ave., 303-379-8806; www.thespotgym.com. This indoor bouldering gym has 15,000 square feet of bouldering terrain with over 200 boulder problems for all abilities. Youth teams, clubs and summer camps are also available.

Disc Golf Courses

Clark Centennial Park
1101 Lashley St., Longmont, 720-445-5301; www.longspeakdiscgolf.com.
This course is relatively flat and has 9 holes. A small creek is in play on 4 of the holes. Contact  info@longspeakdiscgolf.com.

East Interlocken Park
280 Interlocken Blvd., Broomfield. This grass course can be seen from U.S. Highway 36 and has 9 holes. Instead of permanent tees, there are markers on the sidewalk.

Harlow Platts Park
Located on Gillaspie Drive near the South Boulder Recreation Center, in a spacious and hilly park, this course has 9 holes. Baskets with multiple pin placements are present year-round.

Longs Peak Golf Club
1251 Grandview Meadows Drive, Longmont, 720-445-5301; www.longspeakdiscgolf.com. This course in Dry Creek Community Park has 18 holes with mostly flat but some challenging terrain. Baskets with markers present. Check www.ci.longmont.co.us/park for updates. Contact info@longspeak.com
discgolf.com or frank@longspeakdiscgolf.com.

Loomiller Park
Located on Sumner Street near Longmont High School, 720-445-5301; www.longspeakdiscgolf.com. The course is in a well-groomed park with a small lake that comes into play on several of the 9 holes. Loomiller is a more challenging course fit for league play. Contact info@longspeakdiscgolf.com.

Louisville Disc Golf Course
790 Orchard Drive, Louisville. This small course is located in a multi-use park and has 5 holes. The course is mostly open, and holes are marked by spray paint or stones. To join the Louisville Club, contact louisvillediscgolf@gmail.com.

North Midway Park
Located in Blue Star Memorial Park on Sixth Avenue, Broomfield. This 9-hole course is mostly open, but does require accuracy due to businesses and homes that surround the park.

Superior Rock Creek Disc Golf Course
Located on the east side of Rock Creek Parkway at Honey Creek Lane, in Superior. This course has 9 holes, 2 with elevation change, but is otherwise open and flat.

Valmont Disc Park
4942 Valmont Road. This 18-hole course at Valmont City Park has baskets and concrete tees. The park is lightly wooded but mostly open.

Waneka Lake Park Disc Golf Course
705 Caria Drive, Lafayette. This 9-hole course has 7 holes located on the eastern side of the lake and 2 finishing holes located on the south side of the lake.

Dog Parks

Blue Skies
1520 Mountain Drive, Longmont. 11-acre park allows dogs on leash. There is also an enclosed off-leash area.

Davidson Mesa Open Ppace
McCaslin Boulevard and Washington Avenue, across from Harper Lake, Louisville. Fenced. Parking available at the Davidson Mesa Open Space Trailhead and at Harper Lake with underpass available from Harper to the Davidson Mesa side.

Dry Creek Trail
56802 Baseline Road, Boulder. Trail within open-space area bordered by a prairie-dog town. Requires voice and sight control; must be leashed at trailhead. Dogs must stay out of Dry Creek, but can access water via other areas along the trail. Dog-bag dispenser stocked by park users.

East Boulder Community Park
5660 Sioux Drive, south of the tennis courts. Fenced, with separate areas for small and large dogs. Water access closed due to flood damage Dog-bag dispenser stocked by park users.

Foothills Community Park
800 Cherry Ave., west of Broadway between Locust Avenue and Lee Hill Road, Boulder. Fenced, with separate areas for small and large dogs. Dog-bag dispenser stocked by park users. New water line and shade shelters.

Great Bark Dog Park
597 N. 119th St., Lafayette. Fenced with split rail; separate area for small or timid dogs. Soft trail around the perimeter connects to Dog Park Trail at restrooms. Shade shelters and dog bags provided.

Howard Heuston Park
3200 34th St., south of Iris Avenue and north of Valmont Road, Boulder. Not fenced. Dog-bag dispenser stocked by park users.

Longmont Dog Park 1
Southeast intersection of Francis Street and 21st Avenue. Fenced, with shade shelters and dog bags provided. Park in designated lot.

Longmont Dog Park 2
Intersection of Airport and St. Vrain roads. Fenced, with separate area for small dogs. Shade shelters, water spigot and dog bags provided.

Louisville Community Park
955 Bella Vista Drive. Fenced, with grass and pond. Dog bags provided.

Louisville Dog Park
McCaslin Boulevard and Washington Avenue, across from the southern part of Harper Lake in Davidson Mesa open space. Fenced.

Mud Lake Open Space
One mile north of Nederland at the junction of U.S. Highway 72 and County Road 126. Unfenced open space. Dogs must be leashed at all times.

Rough & Ready Park
301 E. 21st Ave., Longmont. Fenced with off-leash exercise area for dogs. Dog bags provided.

Stephen Day Park
1340 Deerwood Drive, Longmont. The park has an off-leash exercise area for dogs.

Superior dog Park
Rock Creek Parkway and Honey Creek Lane, Superior. The park has a fenced grassy area for dogs and benches for humans.

Union Reservoir
0461 Weld County Road 26, a few miles north of U.S. Highway 52, Longmont. Unfenced, with off-leash beach area; dogs must be leashed in all other areas. Dog bags provided.

Valmont City Park
5275 Valmont Road, Boulder. Fenced, with separate areas for small and large dogs. Seasonal water spigot. Newly renovated. Compostable dog waste bags provided. City composts all dog waste at this park.


Coal Creek Golf Course
Closed until spring 2015 due to flood damage. 585 W. Dillon Road, Louisville, 303-666-7888; www.coalcreekgolf.com, 18 holes.

Colorado National Golf Club
2700 Vista Pkwy., Erie, 303-926-1723;
www.coloradonationalgolfclub.com, 18 holes.

Flatirons Golf Course
5706 Arapahoe Road, 303-442-7851; www.flatironsgolf.com, 18 holes.

Haystack Mountain Golf Course
5877 Niwot Road, Niwot, 303-530-1400; www.golfhaystack.com, 9 holes.

Indian Peaks Golf Course
2300 Indian Peaks Trail, Lafayette, 303-666-4706; www.indianpeaksgolf.com, 18 holes.

Longmont Municipal Golf Courses
303-651-8593 (course superintendent); www.golflongmont.com

  • Sunset Golf Courses
    1900 Longs Peak Ave., Longmont, 303-651-8466, 9 holes.
  • Twin Peaks Golf Course
    1200 Cornell Drive, Longmont, 303-651-8401, 18 holes.
  • Ute Creek Golf Course
    2000 Ute Creek Drive, Longmont, 303-774-4342, 18 holes.

Ice Skating/Hockey


Boulder Valley Ice At Superior
125 Superior Plaza Way, Superior, 303-494-4777; www.bvice.pucksystems.com Boulder County’s only full NHL-size ice rink is maintained for serious hockey players by the Boulder Valley Hockey Foundation.

Ice Arena at CU Boulder
Located where 17th Street becomes University Avenue at Macky Drive. This renovated indoor rink is open year-round for figure skating, drop-in hockey and public recreational skating. Rink hours available at www.colorado.edu/rec-center

Ice Centre at the Promenade
10710 Westminster Blvd., Westminster, 303-469-2100; www.icecentre.com Indoor rink is open year-round for skating, lessons, clinics and hockey.

YMCA of Boulder Valley – Arapahoe Branch Skating Rink
2800 Dagny Way, Lafayette, 303-664-5455, www.ymcabv.org/ymcaweb/ice.html. Indoor rink is open year-round for recreational skating, adult and youth hockey, and ice-skating and figure-skating lessons. Closed Christmas, New Year’s and Easter.

Kayak Courses

Boulder Creek Playpark
In Eben G. Fine Park at the mouth of  Boulder Canyon, 303-444-8420; www.boc123.com. The half-mile course includes 6-foot and 10-foot drops as well as the Widowmaker, small drops and holes landing in large pools.

Lyons Kayak Courses
The A-hole, Black Bear Hole, October Hole and Whitewater Park were all washed out in the flood. 303-823-6622; www.townoflyons.com.

Recreation Centers

Bob L. Burger Recreation Center
111 W. Baseline Road, Lafayette, 303-665-0469; www.cityoflafayette.com. Features pool, racquetball, indoor track, gymnasium, fitness center. ADA-accessible second floor.

Boulder Recreation Centers
Class information/registration: 303-413-7270; East Boulder Community Center, 5660 Sioux Drive, 303-441-4400; North Boulder Recreation Center, 3170 Broadway, 303-413-7260; South Boulder Recreation Center, 1360 Gillaspie Drive, 303-441-3448; www.boulderparks-rec.org.

Dry Creek Community Park
1251 Grandview Meadows Drive, Longmont. This park provides a multi-tiered and ADA-accessible playground, restroom, trail connection from Grandview Meadows Drive to Blue Skies Park, 18-hole disc-golf course, sledding hill and parking. In spring 2015, a multiuse sports field (including cricket pitches) is scheduled to open. 303-651-8448; www.ci.longmont.co.us/park.

Erie Community Center
450 Powers St., Erie. 303-926-2550. www.erieco.gov/172/Erie-Community-Center. Aquatics facility includes lap pool, lazy river, leisure pool, spray area and waterslide. Climbing and bouldering walls, indoor track, fitness area and group classes. Child care available.

Longmont Recreation Center
310 Quail Road, 303-774-4800; www.ci.longmont.co.us/rec. Includes climbing wall, weights, aerobics, fitness room, gymnasium, lap pool. Babysitting room available.

Louisville Recreation Center
900 W. Via Appia, 303-666-7400; www.louisvillerecreation.com. Offers weights, fitness center, classes, gym, indoor track, racquetball, lap and leisure pool with slide and day care.

Nederland Community Center & Fitness Center
750 Highway 72 North, 303-258-9721; www.nederlandcommunitycenter.org. Fitness center features weight room, cardio machines, gymnasium and dance studio.

YMCA of Boulder Valley
Mapleton Center, 2850 Mapleton Ave., 303-442-2778; Arapahoe Center, 2800 Dagny Way, Lafayette, 303-664-5455; www.ymcabv.org. Includes martial arts, hockey, ice skating, gym, fitness, pool and dance studio.

Shooting Ranges

American Legion Trap Shooting Range
4760 28th St., 303-442-9551; www.boulderlegion.com. Range available for public use Sat-Sun at noon. Shotguns only.

Boulder Rifle Club
4810 N. 26th St., 303-442-3933; www.boulderrifleclub.com. Nonprofit membership club offers activities and matches, as well as public range days the first weekend of every month and every full weekend in September and October. Minors must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.

Skateboarding & In-line Skating

Boulder Skate Park
30th Street at Arapahoe Avenue in Scott Carpenter Park, 303-442-2778 or 303-441-3429; www.bouldercolorado.gov.

Broomfield Skate Park
150 Spader Way, in Community Park, Broomfield. Open year-round. 720-887-8285; www.broomfield.org.

Erie Community Skate Park
450 Powers St., 303-926-2887; www.erieco.gov. Open 6am-10pm. Lights.

Kurt Carlson Skate Park
Located at Fourth Avenue and Railroad Avenue, Lyons, 303-823-8250;  www.townoflyons.com. Open daily 8am-dusk.

Lafayette Skate Park
111 W. Baseline Road, Lafayette, 303-665-0469; www.cityoflafayette.com. Open daily dawn-9pm.

Longmont Skate Parks
Blue Skies Park, 1520 Mountain Drive; Rough & Ready Park, 301 E. 21st Ave.; Sandstone Ranch, 2525 State Highway 119; Stephen Day Park, 1340 Deerwood Drive; Longmont Recreation Center, 501 Quail Road. www.ci.longmont.co.us.

Louisville Skate Park
964 West Via Appia, Louisville. 303-666-7400; www.louisvilleco.gov.

Nathan Lazarus Skate Park
145 E. First St., Nederland, 303-258-3266; www.nathanlazarusskatepark.com.

Superior Skate Park
At the South Pool and Park, 3300 Huron Peak Ave., 303-499-3675; www.superior colorado.gov.


Superior Slackline Park
601 W. Coal Creek Drive, in Founders Park, Superior.

Swimming Pools

Outdoor pools usually close in late August or near Labor Day, but call or check online for specific dates if not listed below.

Bob L. Burger Recreation Center
111 W. Baseline Road, Lafayette, 303-665-0469; www.cityoflafayette.com. Lap, leisure, splashdown pools. Aqua Climb climbing wall available during open-swim hours.

Boulder Parks & Recreation

  • East Boulder Community Center, 5660 Sioux Drive, 303-441-4400.
  • North Boulder Recreation Center, 3170 Broadway, 303-413-7260.
  • Scott L. Carpenter Outdoor Pool, 1505 30th St. 303-441-3427. Open through Sept. 14.
  • South Boulder Recreation Center, 1360 Gillaspie Drive, 303-441-3448.

Longmont Public Pools

  • Centennial Indoor Pool, 1201 Alpine St., 303-651-8406.
  • Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Road, 303-774-4800. Leisure and lap pools.
  • Roosevelt Activity Pool, 903 E. 8th Ave., 303-774-4455.
    Open June 3- Aug. 14.
  • Sunset Outdoor Pool, 1900 Longs Peak Ave., 303-651-8300. Open May 27- Sept. 5.

Louisville Recreation Center
900 W. Via Appia, 303-666-7400; www.louisvillerecreation.com. Leisure and lap pools.

YMCA of Boulder Valley

  • Arapahoe Branch, 2800 Dagny Way, Lafayette, 303-664-5455; www.ymcabv.org. Open through Oct. 3.
  • Mapleton Center, 2850 Mapleton Ave., 303-442-2778; www.ymcabv.org.

Tennis Courts (Boulder)

To reserve city of Boulder courts, visit www.BPRsports.org. Recreation center courts can be reserved in person, over the phone or online.

Arapahoe Ridge
1220 Eisenhower Drive, 2 courts. Baseline Middle School 700 20th St., 2 courts.

Baseline Middle School
700 20th St., 2 courts.

Centennial Middle School
2205 Norwood Ave., 8 courts.

Chautauqua Park
900 Baseline Road, 1 court.

Columbine Elementary School
2200 Glenwood Drive, 2 courts.

East Boulder Community Center
5660 Sioux Drive, 5 courts, 1 practice wall; 303-441-4400.

Fairview High School
1515 Greenbriar Blvd., 8 courts.

Knollwood Park
400 Spruce St., 2 courts.

Manhattan Middle School
290 Manhattan Drive, 4 courts.

Martin Park
3600 Dartmouth Ave., 2 courts.

North Boulder Recreation Center
3170 N. Broadway, 4 courts, lights; 303-413-7260.

Palo Park
3000 N. Redwood Place, 2 courts.

Platt Middle School
6096 Baseline Road, 2 courts.

South Boulder Recreation Center
1360 Gillaspie Drive, 4 courts; 303-441-3448.

Tom Watson (IBM) Park
6300 IBM Drive, 4 courts, lights.

Williams Village
30th Street and Baseline Road, 2 courts.


Paved MultiUse Paths

Bear Creek Path
(southwest-northeast) Follows Bear Creek from the CU Research Park (Foothills Parkway and Colorado Avenue) to the corner of Table Mesa Drive and Broadway.

Boulder Creek Path
(east-west) Follows Middle Boulder Creek from Fourmile Canyon to near Cherryvale Road on the east. Trail is congested at times, with speed limits posted in certain areas.

Broadway Boogie Trail
(north-south) A main artery, this multiuse path follows Broadway from Greenbriar Boulevard in the south to its connection with the Boulder Creek Path near Boulder High School.

Centennial Trail
(east-west) Runs between the Baseline/Cherryvale intersection and CU. A commuter-path branch heads north at Foothills Parkway and continues on to Jay Road via Cottonwood Trail.

Lykins Gulch, Longmont
This 1-mile trail runs from Golden Ponds just south of St. Vrain Greenway to and under Airport Road. New wetlands border with ponds on each side of trail. No public access outside of Golden Ponds. Check www.ci.longmont.co.us/parks for current trail information.

St. Vrain Greenway, Longmont
Partially open after flood recovery, this 8-mile trail runs from Golden Ponds Park and Nature Area at the western end to Sandstone Ranch District Park at the eastern end. Additional trailheads are located at Roger’s Grove/Boulder County Fairgrounds, Izaak Walton Pond, the sundial area at South Pratt Parkway and at the western end of the Harvest Junction North commercial development along Ken Pratt Boulevard, 119th Street and County Line Road. Closed at press time: Roger’s Grove at Pedestrian Bridge through South Pratt Parkway; Main Street to Harvest Junction Shopping Center; and Left Hand Creek to Sandstone Ranch. Check www.bit.com/ly/flood-info for updated trail closure information.

Unpaved Trails

Bear Peak-West Ridge Trail
(7.7 miles round-trip) From the trailhead at the NCAR parking lot, the trail connects to Mesa Trail and Fern Canyon Trail, leading to Bear Peak. Hike goes along a canyon and a ridge. Strenuous.

Boulder Reservoir Trail
(2.5 miles one-way) From the trailhead on 55th Street (just north of the reservoir), the trail leads east over the dams to Six Mile Reservoir.

Coal Creek Trail
(8 miles one-way) Heads east from Superior (southwest of McCaslin Boulevard and Marshall Road) past Coal Creek Golf Course to southern Lafayette. Gentle trail with creekside places to rest along the way. Now open: Mayhoffer/Singletree Extension, connecting Cowdrey Draw Trail to Superior’s Mayhoffer/Singletree Trail off Coal Creek Drive. Check www.louisvilleco.gov for any closures.

Community Ditch Trail
(5 miles one-way) Accessed via Doudy Draw trailhead on the south side of Eldorado Springs Drive (Colorado Highway 170). A short, paved, wheelchair-accessible path connects to Community Ditch Trail. New underpass at Highway 93 now open, connecting Community Ditch trail to Marshall Mesa.

Cottonwood Trail
(north-south) A short gravel trail that connects major streets, Cottonwood Trail runs between Independence and Jay roads and connects with Four-Mile Greenway.

East Boulder Trail/Teller Farm
(7 miles one-way) This trail is 1.25 miles east of 75th Street on Arapahoe Road at South Teller Farm trailhead. The trail runs north, crosses Valmont Road, and then splits east to 95th Street and west to the Heatherwood subdivision in Gunbarrel.

Foothills/Eagle/Sage/Lefthand/North Rim Trails
West of Wonderland Lake, take Foothills Trail north across Lee Hill Road; continue east under U.S. 36 to Eagle Trail west of Boulder Reservoir on 51st Street. Or turn north from the Eagle Trail onto Sage Trail, which accesses Lefthand Trail and ends at Neva Road and 69th Street.

Greenbelt Plateau Trail
(1.6 miles one-way) Begins at Greenbelt Plateau on the north side of Colorado Highway 128 (0.1 miles east of Colorado Highway 93) and travels north to connect with Community Ditch Trail.

Hall Ranch Trail
(9.3 miles round-trip) Trailhead parking is 0.7 miles west of Lyons on Colorado Highway 7. Bitterbrush Trail, a rocky, zigzagging ascent, joins Nelson Loop at 3.5 miles. The challenging and scenic loop trail dips and rises through pines and meadows.

High Plains Trail
(2.9 miles one-way) Trailhead at the intersection of Colorado Highway 128 and Colorado Highway 93. This hilly multiuse trail traverses the beautiful pastures of Marshall Mesa-Southern Grasslands. It connects the Greenbelt Plateau Trail and Coalton Road.

Rock Creek Trail
(6 miles one-way) This easy east-county trail follows the creek from 120th Street in Lafayette, through Carolyn Holmberg Preserve at Rock Creek Farm, past Stearns Lake, to Brainard Drive in Broomfield. Connects in the north with Coal Creek Trail, which runs up to Erie.

South Boulder Creek/Bobolink Trail
(3.5 miles one-way) This flat trail starts on Baseline Road just west of Cherryvale Road. The paved and then dirt trail continues to the Marshall Road and Broadway intersection along South Boulder Creek.

Water Sports

Boulder Community Rowing
Experienced rowers and scullers are welcome, as well as those new to the sport. Novice program available after a weekend orientation, followed by racing and experience programs. All programs meet at Boulder Reservoir. www.boulderrowing.com.

Boulder Reservoir
5565 N. 51st St., on 51st Street two miles north of the Diagonal Highway, 303-441-3461; www.boulderrez.org. Open through Sept. 5 from 5:30am-8pm; swimming and boating hours 11am-6pm Mon-Wed, 10am-5:30pm Thurs, and 10am-6pm Fri-Sun. Open daily during off-season; see website for specific times.

Longmont Sculling Club
Meets at Union Reservoir, 461 County Road 26, 303-998-1248; www.longmontsculling.com. This group offers weekend intensives and camps for adults, teens and seniors.

Union Reservoir
461 County Road 26, Longmont, 303-772-1265; www.ci.longmont.co.us.  A hot spot for fishing, swimming, wakeless boating and windsurfing, Union Reservoir is also home to the Union Sailing Club. Swim beach opens May 28. Check website for hours.

Waneka Lake Park
1600 Caria Drive (west entrance 705 Caria Drive), Lafayette, 303-665-5588; www.cityoflafayette.com. Boathouse opens weekends starting May 27 for canoe, paddleboat and ADA-accessible rentals.



Christy Sports
2000 30th St., 303-442-2493; 520 Zang St., Broomfield, 303-410-8955; www.christy sports.com. Christy Sports, the largest specialty ski and snowboard retailer, transforms into a patio-furniture showroom in summer. Choose from a selection of dining furniture, deep seating and accessories that will complement any outdoor living space.

Mountain Man Outdoor Store
20 Lakeview Drive, #111, Nederland, 303-258-3295; www.mountainmangear.com. Ready to help you start your adventure! Carries gear for many outdoor activities, including hiking, backpacking, and camping, and also for light archery, frisbee golf, gold panning, and much more. Helpful staff is always available to offer expert advice.

Red Fox Outdoor Equipment  
424 Main St., Lyons, 303-823-6867; www.redfoxna.com. Red Fox is a growing international manufacturer of highly technical outdoor gear and clothing for camping, climbing, hiking, mountain biking and more, and everything is tested in extremes and built for big adventures. The company also hosts free events at the Lyons location, including a free introduction to climbing. Check the events calendar online.


Front Range Anglers
2344 Pearl St., 303-494-1375; www.front rangeanglers.com. Fly shop and online fly-fishing store features top brands like Sage, Simms, Scott, Fishpond, Hatch, Ross, Winston, Renzetti and many more. FRA offers full-service, guided fly-fishing trips in Boulder, along the Front Range, on private waters, and—their specialty—in Rocky Mountain National Park daily.

McGuckin Hardware
2525 Arapahoe Ave., in The Village shopping center, 303-443-1822; www.mcguckin.com. With the “world’s largest hardware selection,” McGuckin carries everything for Colorado fishing, including night crawlers; a huge selection of flies and fly-tying materials; rods, reels, tackle and gear; and fishing maps and pocket guides, from popular suppliers such as Daiwa, Ross Reel, Shimano, Simms and St. Croix.

Gyms (Private)

Rallysport Health & Fitness
2727 29th St. 303-449-4800; www.rallysportboulder.com. This private facility offers aerobics and yoga classes; group and individual weight training with certified instructors; strength-training equipment; a cardiovascular room with elliptical and rowing machines, Stairmasters, Nordic Track and treadmills; a spinning facility; racquet sports; massage; year-round indoor and outdoor lap pools and a children’s splash pool.

Sky Sports

Mile High Gliding
5534 Independence Road, 303-527-1122; www.milehighgliding.com. Provides a variety of scenic, 15-, 25- and 40-minute flights over Boulder and beautiful nearby terrain (Flatirons, Longs Peak, Rocky Mountain National Park) in high-performance sail planes with FAA-certified commercial pilots. Also offers balloon, warbird and aerobatic rides, glider rentals and lessons in both introductory and intensive packages. Gift certificates available.


Boulder Indoor Soccer
3203 Pearl St., 303-440-0809; www.boulderindoorsoccer.com. Catering to players from 16 months to 63 years old. Multiple clinics, camps and leagues available for all players wanting to hone their soccer skills. Birthday party rentals available. Call or check online to register or find schedule information.

Longmont Indoor Soccer
795 S. Sherman St., 303-678-8878; www.longmontindoorsoccer.com. Indoor soccer and lacrosse available for all ages. Weeklong summer camps begin May 31.


Ocean First Divers
3015 Bluff St., Boulder, 303-444-7234; www.oceanfirstdivers.com. This diving equipment store and education center offers swim lessons and scuba training in its large heated pool. Ages 10 and up can take scuba classes to get the SSI Open Water Scuba Diver certification. Also facilitates domestic and international scuba trips accompanied by an Ocean First Divers escort.

Yoga & Bodywork

Bodywork Bistro
1100 Spruce St., 303-440-1992; 2905 Pearl Street (in Whole Foods), 303-545-6611. www.bodyworkbistro.com. Walk-in massage studio offers chair massage, table massage and mat bodywork. Yoga, qigong and movement classes available; check online or call for the schedule. Membership program offers huge savings on massages, yoga and qigong. Events and workshops are at the Living Arts Center, 3825 Iris Ave., Suite 300, 303-413-1992.

Shoshoni Yoga Retreat
On Shoshoni Camp Road, Rollinsville, 303-642-0116; www.shoshoni.org; Eldorado Mountain Yoga Ashram, off Eldorado Springs Drive at Colorado Route 67, Eldorado Springs, 303-249-1671, www.eldoradoyoga.org. These two centers (plus one in Kona, Hawaii) offer revitalizing yoga retreats, classes and teacher training year-round. Day retreats, overnight retreats or longer stays include daily yoga and meditation classes, lodging and delicious vegetarian meals.

Tadasana Mountain Yoga
20 Lakeview Drive, Nederland, 303-258-9642; www.tadasanamountainyoga.com. This center offers year-round yoga and meditation classes for adults and children; therapeutic massage; life coaching and energy readings; moisturizing treatment for hands and feet; retreats; and a small yoga boutique in front lobby.