Holes & Hops Benefits Colorado Youth Outdoors
6th Annual Cornhole Tournament and Brewfest on June 3
The nonprofit Colorado Youth Outdoors kicks off summer with one of the largest cornhole tournaments and brewfests in the state, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, June 3 on the organization’s property, 4927 E. County Road 36 in Fort Collins.
The public is invited to participate by purchasing a two-person team or buying a general admission ticket. The event offers music by DJ Channell, beer from local breweries, wine, hard seltzer and a few mixed drinks are included in the team admission. CYO will grill burgers and brats with all the fixing, and there will be cash prizes.
In addition to cornhole, teams can play long toss, heads & tails, and take aim with a T-shirt cannon.
Thanks to the support of sponsors, all proceeds go directly to Colorado Youth Outdoors.
- Advanced registration ONLY
- Bring lawn chairs, sunscreen and an EZ-up tent!
- Food trucks on site.
- 21+ event (ID required) & no pets allowed.
- $150 cornhole team of two. Includes food and drink wristbands.
- $50 general admission.
- Prize for best team outfit
- If you plan to attend, download the Scoreholio cornhole app before you come.
Learn more and register coloradoyo.org/holes-and-hops-corn-hole-registration/ or call 970-663-0800.
Colorado Youth Outdoors is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that was created in 2001. CYO’s mission is to build relationships and bring kids and parents closer through traditional outdoor recreation. To help accomplish this, CYO integrates the words Participate, Appreciate, Communicate, and Dedicate into their recreation curriculum, which they call the PACD Model. The nonprofit works to incorporate PACD into all activities, which include spin and fly fishing, archery, camping, shooting sports, and nature play. coloradoyo.org