Trail Clean-up on CR120

April 3, 2022
A quarter mile portion of the trail along CR120 was trimmed by Spot Adopt-a-Trail volunteers and SPOT Board members.The trail was cleared of brush along the fence line at the dip in the road and trail just west of Salida, restoring the trail width and making it safer for both trail users and automobile drivers.
Thank you to Franz Wuerfmannsdobler, Chrisrian Koch and his chldren, Henry and Colette, Susan Roebuck, Chris Miller and Donna Rhoads.

SPOT Adopt-a-Trail weed-out at McCormick Park

August 27, 2021

McCormick Park is “adopted” by the Chaffee County Department of Human Services (DHS).

A huge thank you to Mandy Jackson, DHS Chaffee County Benefits Team Lead, and three Cotopaxi High School seniors for their community service, which helps qualify them for high school graduation. 

(Photos taken by Donna Rhoads and Mandy Jackson)

Adopt a Trail Spring 2020

May 2, 2020 – Despite COVID, we had a busy spring with volunteers!

Milk Run Trail Clean-up (between Walmart and Starbuck subdivision).

Walmart Staff, community volunteers and SPOT

Planting flowers donated to SPOT by Western Native Seed (the Tonnesen family) at the Salida Hot Springs Aquatic Center

May 22 through 29, 2020 – Weeding and planting at Monarch Spur Park.

Group effort over time from GARNA, the front desk staff of the Salida Hot Springs Aquatic Center, the Salida Dog Club and SPOT.

May 28, 2020 – Planting trees at the “Old Gun Club” Trail

Through a GOCO grant focusing on improvements to State Wildlife Areas, the CPW personnel invited volunteers to help plant trees along CR160, Thursday, May 28. Pictured are SPOT Adopt-a-Trail and local volunteers and CPW staff.

June 1, 2020 – Trail clean up. Holman Ave Trail (Monarch Spur to Poncha Blvd.)

A huge effort by the Salida Hot Springs Aquatic Center front desk staff to help SPOT clean out beside the fence along the Meadow and the Holman Ave trail