Grand Junction opens Kindred Reserve nature trail to the public

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The nearly two-mile trail is right across from the Tiara Rado Golf Course. The open space park features views of the Colorado National Monument, Bookcliffs, and the Grand Mesa on top of enough space for walking and running.

The park’s name is designed to build a closer connection between visitors and the natural wildlife. Opening the Kindred Reserve is part of Grand unction’s open space master plan— utilizing space in the woods.

“The Kindred Reserve Open Space was in direct response to be able to provide more close-to-town opportunities for people to be outdoors, and to recreate, and to enjoy what our amazing environment here in the Western Slope allow,” Ken Sherbenou informs.

Kindred Reserve is open every day from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. Park officials stress for visitors to park in the designated area, and to keep dogs and other pets on leashes at all times.

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