EAGLE, CO— Bonfire Brewing is proud to celebrate the opening of Eagle Colorado’s River Park Project. Sponsored in part by Bonfire Brewing, The Eagle Whitewater Park is set to officially open following a ribbon cutting ceremony during Memorial Day Weekend, just days before the Bonfire Block Party, an annual three-day music and street festival put on by the brewery and Optimum Events, in downtown Eagle. Even with Eagle River flows just beginning to rise, whitewater enthusiasts are already surfing the newly installed features, which range from beginner to advanced.
Bonfire Brewing is a Class IV sponsor for the park, and made one of the first private donations to the project that includes four world-class whitewater features and an adjacent park area on the north side of the Eagle River. Bonfire’s contribution supports ongoing work to construct additional amenities and secures the naming rights for the Bonfire Brewing Fire Pit, that will serve as a central hub for the park.
The Eagle River Park is located along the Eagle River near the Eagle County Fair and Rodeo Grounds and a short walk from Bonfire Brewing across the river. The project was one of the first initiatives that Bonfire Brewing Owner & Co-Founder, Andy Jessen worked on as a member of Eagle’s Board of Trustees when he was elected in 2014.
For more information about The Eagle River Park project, visit eagleoutside.com/riverpark. If you would like more information about Bonfire Brewing’s local involvement, contact Emily Hutto at email@example.com.
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