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  • Dickens Farm Nature Area

    group of tubers in the creek
    1. Address:361 Martin St
      Longmont, CO 80501
    Amenities:
    1. Boating (non-motorized, carry on boats only)
    2. Paddleboarding
    3. Trails (Paved and Gravel)
    Categories:
    1. Parks

Nature Area Hours: 1 Hour Before Sunrise to 1 Hour After Sunset 

Dickens Farm Nature Area is currently in the final stages of construction, which is anticipated to last through 2019. View more information on the nature area, including what amenities will be included, on the Dickens Farm Nature Area development webpage.

Dickens Farm Nature Area is an interactive nature area where the St. Vrain Creek runs right through. Located on a 52-acre site between Main and Martin Streets along the St. Vrain Creek, it is bordered by Boston Avenue to the north and is a trailhead for the St. Vrain Greenway trail system.

The jewel of this nature area is a float course covering approximately 1/2-mile that is open to tubes, kayak, paddleboards, and small, non-motorized boats. Learn more about recreational uses of the St. Vrain Creek >

History

The site was previously known as Pavlakis Open Space and was first master planned in 2001 as part of the St. Vrain Greenway Master Plan. The name Dickens Farm Park was adopted by the City Council at its July 9, 2013, meeting. Dickens was the original homesteader for the property and was a Longmont founder. The name was was updated to Dickens Farm Nature Area in 2016.

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