Groundbreaking ceremony set for sports complex in Windsor

WINDSOR — The developers of the Rocky Mountain Sports Park in Windsor will conduct a groundbreaking ceremony next week.

The groundbreaking ceremony is for the future 68-field, 490-acre complex and an announcement of major partnerships for the sports park.

The ceremony will be at 1 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 24, at 775 Weld County Road, the corner of Colorado Highway 257 and Harmony Road in Windsor.

Envisioned to be a 490-acre multisports complex, Rocky Mountain Sports Park will be a destination for baseball, softball, soccer, lacrosse and football teams from around the world to showcase the best in amateur youth sports. RMSP will host tournaments, league play, championship games and overnight camps.

The facility will include athletic dorms, indoor practice areas and training facilities. Retail and commercial development — hotels, restaurants, and onsite health care — will be incorporated in the development.

The multisports complex, announced in May, will be built by 4 Square Construction and Management LLC from Wyoming.

 

                   

 

WINDSOR — The developers of the Rocky Mountain Sports Park in Windsor will conduct a groundbreaking ceremony next week.

The groundbreaking ceremony is for the future 68-field, 490-acre complex and an announcement of major partnerships for the sports park.

The ceremony will be at 1 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 24, at 775 Weld County Road, the corner of Colorado Highway 257 and Harmony Road in Windsor.

Envisioned to be a 490-acre multisports complex, Rocky Mountain Sports Park will be a destination for baseball, softball, soccer, lacrosse and football teams from around the world to showcase the best in amateur youth sports. RMSP will host tournaments, league play, championship games and overnight camps.

The facility will include athletic dorms, indoor practice areas and training facilities. Retail and commercial development — hotels, restaurants, and onsite health care — will be incorporated in the development.

The multisports complex, announced in May, will be built by 4 Square Construction and Management LLC from Wyoming.