Eagle-Vail Community Information

Eagle Vail Golf Club

Eagle Vail Golf Club is a fantastic course for the enthusiastic golfer in your life. Whether you happen to be the next Arnold Palmer or Jack Nicklaus, or are quickly learning the ropes of the game, Eagle Vail Golf Club has something for everyone. Designed by the Devlin/Von Hagge design team, this golf club features elevated tees for "gravity-defying drives" and "the front nine meanders through the valley floor, crossing the scenic Eagle River several times." The club also includes the Willow Creek Par 3 course for beginners and children, a practice facility, pro shop, and an on site bar and grille. Both Eagle Vail Golf Club and Willow Creek Par 3 are managed by the Eagle-Vail Metro District.

Other Recreational Amenities

Residents of Eagle-Vail have several other recreational options aside from golf. During the spring and summer months, residents can head to the Eagle-Vail Swim Club for swimming lessons and camps for kids and adults. Tennis lessons at Eagle-Vail Tennis are another option if you're looking to stay on land. If you're looking to just relax in the outdoors, Eagle-Vail is home to several parks and open space, including West Park, Ptarmigan Park, Coyote Park, Holland's Pond Park, Trout Pond Park, and Pavilion Park. Since the community is centrally located within the Vail Valley, residents can easily take advantage of the county's many hiking and biking trails, recreational paths, in addition to the slopes and ski resorts in Beaver Creek and Vail.

Local Education

The Vail Mountain School District represents a population of students with a wide variety of interests and talents. Students possess an enthusiasm for learning and a desire to develop their interests in academics, the arts and athletics. Colorado Mountain College is the closest college campus and is located in Glenwood Springs. Many more colleges and universities are located within commuting distance.

Vail, Colorado

In 1962, Vail was discovered as a ski resort, incorporated as a statutory town in 1966 and adopted a Home Rule Charter in 1972. A seven-member council operates in the city and runs under a $30 million annual budget to provide such services as police and fire protection and a free transit system. Former President Gerald R. Ford, the most famous Vail Valley resident, made such an impression on the town that they named an outdoor amphitheater after him.

Residents enjoy an average of 300 days of sunshine and 300 inches of snowfall each year. Snowfall is experienced from mid-October through mid-May. Rainfall comes during the months of May and June, while July and August tend to be warm and dry. September endures sunny days and cool nights with occasional rainfall or light snow.

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