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October 1, 2022
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Overlook Clubhouse
7853 Piney River Avenue
Littleton, CO 80125
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Cattle Drive Watch Party

Saturday, October 1, 2022

We are excited about our 2nd Annual Cattle Drive, this Saturday, October 1! Below is everything you will need to know to have a fun safe day. The cowboys will be moving the longhorns this year!

Schedule of events: 

  • 9:30 AM - Cowboys will make their way to Titan and Moore Road through the community. See the maps below for their routes.
  • 10:30 AM - Overlook Parking lot opens activities for the event with a bounce house, food truck, games, and a great view for the drive.
  • 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM - Cattle Drive begins through Providence Gulch. See the map below for the route. *cattle drive timeline is only an estimate*
  • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM - Hayrides at the Overlook Clubhouse. 

Important Street Notices:

  • There will be no parking on the following streets during the drive. Please do not stand in these areas as the cattle move through. The area is marked on the Cattle Drive Route Map.
  • Middle Fork - between Mt Jackson and Bijou Creek.
  • Basalt - between Estes Park and Bijou Creek.
  • Eagle River - between Gore Creek and Plateau Creek.
  • There will be NO PARKING available for cars or golf carts at the Overlook Clubhouse 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM.


Essential Safety Guidelines:

  • Please do not get in front of the drive nor close beside the cows. 
  • Please stay out of Providence Gulch during the drive.
  • The sidewalk behind the Overlook will be open for viewing the cattle drive. Please be mindful and keep your distance from the cows and horses. 
  • Please do not ride bikes, scooters, or golf carts near the cattle drive. 
  • It is best to keep a fence or vehicle between you and the cows as they go by in the narrow areas. 
  • Follow behind the horses at a safe distance is fine; best-done walking, and get pictures of the old west.
  • Keep in mind that cows do not want to hurt anyone, but they could be “spooked” and weigh about half a ton each, so be sure to keep your distance!   

If everyone is respectful of the cattle and enjoys the cattle drive from a safe distance, it will be a joyful experience for everyone (cattle included)! 

Cattle Drive Map

Cowboy Route (pre-cattle drive)

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