Community Center & Taylor Pavilion
2700 Golden Eagle Road
Contact Paul Camillo, Jr., Building and Grounds Manager, at for questions and to view the Community Center.
Contact Peggy Long, Bookkeeper, at or (970) 468-6816 for reservation and payment questions.
The Eagles Nest Property Home Owners Association (ENPHA) maintains the Community Center and the John Taylor Pavilion primarily for use by ENPHA members. The Community Center facility is located across the street from the Raven Golf Course Club House and is available for rent year around.
The Community Center is equipped with a warming oven, two small refrigerators, a freezer and a microwave, offers two bathrooms and a fireplace. The Pavilion has numerous picnic tables, gas heaters, a gas BBQ, and a charcoal BBQ. Additional BBQs and picnic tables are also available on the hillside near the pavilion as is a playground for small children and two horseshoe pits and a volley ball sand court.
Use of Facilities and Fee Structure
Eligible users include ENPHA property owners, Sub Associations and ENPHA neighborhoods (Eagles Nest and Three Peaks). No event fee is required for events or meetings attended by HOA property owners only; however, a damage deposit of $500 may be required.
An ENPHA property owner may reserve the facilities for a private event (birthday party, etc.). In such event, the event fee is $200 and a damage deposit of $500 is required. The event fee and signed contract must be received by the reservation manager within 10 days after the reservation is confirmed by the reservation manager.
Non-profit organizations and civic groups may use Community Center Property but such use must be approved by the HOA board prior to the group making the reservation. No event fee will be charged to such groups but a damage deposit may be required.
All event fees and damage deposits must be paid by the requesting ENPHA property owner.
Any ENPHA property owner who wishes to use the Community Center facilities should first read the Community Center Rules and Regulations. Once the property owner is familiar with the rules, the property owner must submit the request for a reservation through the online request system. Reservations may be made up to 12 months in advance; all reservations are subject to ENPHA Board approval.