With monsoon season now upon us, the San Juan National Forest’s fire danger level has finally dipped down to moderate level. This means you can now have a campfire on your next outdoor adventure. Campfires are a great way to spend a warm summer night in Pagosa Springs, and in order to continue enjoying them, we’ve put together some general guidelines to follow:
Clear 3 feet of ground down to dirt surrounding your campfire.
Bring a shovel and water with you, just in case.
Keep campfires small; they are much easier to control & put out.
Never leave a fire unattended.
Insure your campfire is completely out before leaving. If the coals are too hot for you to touch, you shouldn’t leave!
If you would like to see the current fire danger and restrictions, click here.
Following these easy guidelines helps to keep our forests open and healthy!
The fish are starting to bite at waters all around the state. To give everyone an opportunity to get out and get some hits, Colorado Parks and Wildlife is inviting resident and nonresident anglers of all ages to participate in its annual Free Fishing Weekend on June 6 to 7. The free fishing weekend is a great way to get outside with family and friends and take advantage of Colorado’s extensive opportunities to fish for a myriad of cold and warm water fish species.
Tips & Hotspots
There are many resources that Colorado Parks and Wildlife offers to help those interested in fishing throughout the state:
Fishing Report– This report offers a weekly fishing report from lakes all around Colorado
Fishing Atlas– This is an interactive map that shows the many waters people can fish in Colorado
Come check out our Virtual Open House Tours! We are the first to offer this service in Pagosa Springs. We are very excited to be able to provide this opportunity to you. The first set of homes we will be showcasing, Twincreek Subdivision, Pagosa Trails & Aspen Springs. Facebook Live is where the action will be for the Virtual Open House Tours on Saturday & Sunday April 19 & 20th starting at 4pm .
Wolf Creek boasts over 400″ in this season’s total snowfall, making it the leader of snowfall in Colorado this year! While closing day was set for April 7, 2019, the mountain will continue to be open on weekends through April 21, 2019. We can’t wait to take advantage of another 3 weeks of bluebird days!
Click on the image below to check out the live cameras on the Wolf Creek slopes!
Congratulations to Lonnie and Teresa Anderson on their purchase of 57 Chestnut Court! We are pleased you chose Britney Chaisson and NextHome Rocky Mountain Realty for a second home purchase with us, and we are very happy to have been able to connect you with this beautiful home!
Also, a big congratulations to our agents Terrence Limebrook & Ricardo Riojas, and their clients Jeremy & Jessica Allen, on the sale of this home! We wish the Allen’s the best on their next adventure.
With 24″ at the base of Wolf Creek Ski Area, both the Ski Area and town of Pagosa Springs are excited for the forecasted snow this weekend! The snow comes just in time for Wolf Creek’s College Day on January 21 and their Locals Appreciation Day on January 24; both days offering discounted lift tickets.
The annual Pagosa Springs Winterfest will return February 2-4, 2018. The Winterfest is a fun-filled family event, including activities such as fat bike races, sled races, a ‘penguin plunge’ and more! The Pagosa Springs Chamber of Commerce encourages locals and visitors to get involved in the daily festival activities. More information can be found on the Chamber’s website, or by clicking on the picture below.
Congratulations to Marci Vitrano on her sale of 302 Talisman Dr. #39! We wish you the best in your future endeavors. And congratulations to Willis & Johanna Dean on the purchase of their new condo. We are thrilled you chose Britney Chaisson and our team at NextHome Rocky Mountain Realty to manage your new vacation rental!