Proposed Fees

Estes Valley Community Center Proposed Fee Structure

The following basic fee schedule is being considered by the EVRPD Board of Directors. There will be no charge to access the main lobby, walking track, and senior services areas. The intent is to charge reasonable fees for use of the aquatics, fitness and gymnasium facilities to recover a portion of operating costs. Senior and youth fees will be discounted by approximately 30% from the regular adult rate. Annual passes will be priced to provide the best value (vs. punch or daily passes).

Daily Admission Resident Non-Resident
Youth (3-17) $5.00 $8.00
Adult $7.00 $12.00
Senior $5.00 $8.00


20-Punch Pass Resident Non-Resident
Youth (3-17) $75.00 $140.00
Adult $105.00 $140.00
Senior $75.00 $140.00


Annual Pass Resident Non-Resident
Youth (3-17) $240.00 $290.00
Adult $390.00 $525.00
Senior $300.00 $360.00
Family $690.00 $900.00

Proof of Residency
Resident rates apply to those who reside within Estes Valley. Proof of residency includes one of the following: current lease agreement or trash/sewer bill. Proof of residency must be established on your customer account.

Family Pass
A family pass consists of two members of an immediate family over the age of 18 and children under the age of 18 living in the same household/residence. Additional family members can be added for $75 each.

Annual Pass Payment Options
Customers have the option of paying monthly through electronic funds transfer/auto debit or in full. Estes Valley Recreation and Parks District accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Checks are also accepted.

Punch Pass
Punch passes expire two (2) years from date of purchase. Resident passes are non-transferable, non-resident passes are transferable.

Community Center Public Meeting

Estes Valley Recreation and Park District will hold a public meeing on Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 6 p.m. to update the community about the Estes Valley Community Center.  The meeting will be held in the Town Hall Board Room located at 170 MacGregor Avenue, Estes Park.

Slides from February 23, 2017 public meeting: