This small park has been renovated with a rebuilt historical amphitheater and a walkway that meanders along Auburn Ravine creek. Located between Lincoln and High streets, behind the police department, it’s a local hangout for kids from the nearby school. Auburn Ravine creek flows through here before slipping underground and under Old Town. The creek finds fresh air behind the Claude Chana statue that still greets visitors into Old Town who come in on Maple street from I-80.
Welcome to Get Off Your Gass!
Enjoy the beauty, explore the history of the Georgetown Divide & beyond with our guide to local hiking trails.
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Favorite Trails and Pages
Phillip on Hunter’s Trail (Rubicon T… Get Off Your Gass on Peachstone Gulch Get Off Your Gass on Peachstone Gulch Ryan Enright on Peachstone Gulch Peachstone Gulch Tra… on Driver’s Flat Trails
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- WARNING TO HIKERS: Hiking can be addictive, beware the danger signs of enjoying too much freedom and relaxation—you may start buying all weather clothes and equipment for extending hiking time into the off season. If you find yourself using tools to maintain your favorite trails—you’re beyond hope. Happy Hiking!