Monday Feb 08

Teen Programming



The Youth Center
Youth Advisory Coucil
Teen Adventure Series



The mission of the Estes Valley Youth Center is to provide a drop-in facility for 6th-12th graders where they can participate in various programs, use amenities, and interact with peers in a safe, clean, respectful, and encouraging environment while learning how to be responsible, respectful, positive, and helpful by following facility guidelines.The Youth Center is open Monday-Friday from 3:00pm-6:00pm during the school year and closed on school closures. Amenities include Wi-Fi, a pool table, the Music Center (keyboards, guitars, drums), Logitech Squeezebox Wi-Fi Music Player, Xbox, Xbox 360, Kinect, foosball, large screen T.V., computers, board games, arts and craft materials, school supplies, couches, vending machines, popcorn machine, sports equipment, a kitchen, and bathrooms.

Youth Center Guidelines, Consequences, Contact Info Form:  Fill out and return with student and parent signature to be added to "Free Food Days" food list


The Youth Advisory Council is available to all 8th-12th graders. YAC meets once a month and dinner is provided. Projects include Tobacco Free Larimer County/TobacNO Youth Coalition and other community and after school events that are created by the students, for the students.

 Upcoming YAC Events

  • TobacNO Youth Coalition Meeting; November 2014 TBD

 To learn more about the Youth Advisory Council, TobacNo, stop by the Youth Center to learn more or contact Cheryl Sarnwick; Recreation Supervisor, at 586-8191 x3 or   This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 TEEN ADVENTURE SERIES(NEW)**  (Teen Adventure Series Flier)

 Hyland Hills Park & Recreation District, Broomfield, Northglenn and Estes Valley team up together to offer this fabulous teen adventure series. This is an opportunity to explore new and exciting places outside of Estes, make new friends in the Denver-Metro area, and have loads of fun on these exciting adventures. All trips leave and return to the Estes Valley Youth Center.  Register at the EVRPD Administration office.

RAPIDS GAME                        SUN     OCT 5              11:30am-5:00pm        FEE $33
Join us for a great day of soccer! We will watch the Rapids take on the Seattle Sounders. Price includes game ticket, food & drink voucher and supervision.  Bring your friends!

ELITCHES & FRIGHT FEST       SAT      OCT 18                        2:00-11:00pm              FEE $36
Enjoy the Mind Eraser, Boomerang, or Tower of Doom??? Today we are off to a day at Elitches for a day full of roller coasters, carnival games, and even a haunted adventure in Elitches’ seasonal Haunted House. Bring money for food.

 ALL DAY EXTRAVAGANZA     SAT      NOV 15            9:00am–3:30pm          FEE $75
We will start the day off at SkyVenture, for indoor skydiving. Then head to Jimmy John’s for a yummy lunch and we will end the day showing off our bowling skills at Brunswick Zone.

2015 NATIONAL WESTERN STOCK SHOW   SAT      JAN 172:00-8:00pm   FEE $30
Join us for a taste of the West! Today we will be heading to the 2015 National Western Stock Show for a day of riding, roping and yeehaws! Paint a horse or rope some cattle then end the day with a Wild Wild West Show. Fee includes general admission to Stock Show and Ticket to the Wild West Show. Dinner is not provided, so please send your child with money to purchase a meal.

SKIING & SNOWBOARD TRIP AT ELDORA    MON   FEB 16             6:30am-5:30pm        
Join us on President’s Day at Eldorado Mountain Ski Resort. We will head to Eldora for a full day of skiing or snowboarding. Bring money for lunch. Pre-registration by February 6th is required. MUST BE 12 YEARS OLD FOR THIS TRIP!

Option 1: Lift ticket only       FEE: TBD                        

Option 2: Lift ticket and rental equipment (if needed)      FEE: TBD                        

Option 3: Lift ticket, rental equipment, and 2-hour lesson     FEE: TBD                        

Join us as we take a day trip up to Estes Park. We will begin our day with a ranger led snowshoe hike in Rocky Mountain National Park and learn how to build a snow shelter and survive in the winter! Pack a hearty lunch as we will eat on the trail. After lunch we will head to the Stanley Hotel for an out of this world "Haunted Tour!"