Poudre River Trail Corridor

The Poudre River Trail, stretching 21 miles from east Greeley to west Windsor, is used almost every day of the year by thousands of people. The trail is owned and operated by a non-profit, Poudre River Trail Corridor, Inc. Your donation will be tax deductible.

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General Information

Official Name
Poudre River Trail Corridor Inc​​​​​​​
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Poudre River Trail
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1100 10th Streeet
Suite 210
Greeley, CO 80631
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1100 10th Streeet
Suite 210
Greeley, CO 80631
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Mission Statement

The mission of the Poudre River Trail Corridor, Inc. is to act as a point of coordination for area governmental and non-profit partners for the development, management and maintenance of the Poudre River Trail and Greenway that currently spans between Greeley, Windsor and Weld County to the benefit of the northern Colorado residents and visitors of the region that use the trail corridor annually.

Organization History

The Poudre Trail was established 24 years ago. and was built over a 15 year period using private contributions and grants (such as Great Outdoors Colorado and Colorado State Trails and Open Spaces) on almost exclusively land donated by private property owners. Today it is maintained mostly by over 225 volunteers annually who keep the trail clean, mow the edges of the trail and plow snow in the winter.


Fred Otis, one of the founding board members and past president of the Poudre River Trail Corridor, Inc. Board of Directors, said years ago "The Poudre Trail will become the Central Park of northern Colorado" Over the last twenty years the trail has definitely achieved its goal, providing access to people through the historic river corridor which is a part of the Cache la Poudre National Heritage area. Your support will help maintain and improve this wonderful asset.

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