To view all of the recommendations and information for COVID-19, please visit the Boulder County Health website.


State of Colorado Face Covering Order: Executive Order D 2020 138 is a mandatory statewide mask order that goes into effect at midnight on July 16, 2020, and will be in effect for 30 days. It may be extended.  More information:  A few common questions within Boulder County include:


Do I need to wear a mask while exercising at an indoor gym?

  • Mask-wearing requirements apply to everyone indoors, including people exercising. If you are in an indoor room with other patrons who are not a part of your household, then you need to wear a mask. You may remove it temporarily if you need to catch your breath or safely perform an activity, but wear a mask as much as feasible.

Is it ever OK to remove my mask at work?

  • What if I’m alone in my office with the door closed? 

    • If you are the only person in a room with the door closed, then you may remove your mask. If someone else enters the room, please put your mask back on. You must wear a mask in common areas like hallways, elevators, or breakrooms.

  • Sitting at my cubicle spaced 6 feet away from my closest neighbor? 

    • You must wear a mask in any shared, indoor space that accommodates people outside your household. This includes spaces divided by physically distanced cubicles. We require masks in such settings because Colorado has recently experienced outbreaks in indoor, office-based settings. We continue to encourage employers to prioritize work from home. 

  • In the elevator? Break room? Hallway?

    • You must wear a mask in common areas like hallways, elevators, or breakrooms. If a common space is used for consuming meals (i.e., break rooms), follow restaurant guidance for that setting. 

BCPH Face Covering Order: Boulder County Public Health updated its Facial Covering Order to align with state order.  The changes to the Order include:

  • All requirements and exceptions outlined in the state face-covering order.

  • All face-covering requirements now apply to all individuals over age 10, aligning with the state.

  • All individuals older than ten years old must wear a face-covering in public indoor spaces in Boulder County at all times.

  • When outdoors, all individuals older than ten years of age must wear a face covering if social distancing of six feet cannot be maintained.

  • Clarifying that mesh, netting, or similar porous material does not meet the requirements or definition of a face covering.


Alcohol Sales: The Governor released an update to the Executive Order requiring a cease in alcohol beverage sales to end consumers at 10:00 p.m. MDT each day. Rather than applying to all who are licensed to sell alcohol, the Executive Order has been amended to apply to only those who are licensed to sell alcohol for on-premises consumption. Alcohol may still be delivered and grocery and liquor stores may continue alcohol sales after 10:00 p.m. The last call for sales for on-premise alcohol consumption or takeout alcohol orders is at 10:00 p.m.


Protect Our Neighbors: Boulder County Public Health has created a new website to track the county’s progress toward meeting the criteria required to move to Protect Our Neighbors.  Track the information here -


Feedback to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment: To provide general feedback/concerns to the state, please visit the following site -












For further questions, please use the following information.

COVID-19 Call Center


Monday – Friday

9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Day Camps Guidelines (All Ages):
By reservation only.

All playing surfaces have a single point of entrance and exit.

·All participants MUST adhere to the symptom check procedure (symptoms).

·No cash transactions-an electronic waiver is signed and payment will be taken at the time of scheduling.

·Campers are required to practice social distancing.
·Maximum group size of 10 plus a group leader.
·Groups are not allowed to mix.·Masks are required to be worn “Whenever Possible”.
·Effective Monday, June 1st

Day Camp Guidelines - State of Colorado 

Kids Camps Guidelines:
By reservation only
All playing surfaces have a single point of entrance and exit.
All participants MUST adhere to the symptom check procedure (symptoms).
No cash transactions - an electronic waiver is signed and payment will be taken at the time of scheduling.

100 Child Capacity (Ages 5 to 13).
20 Child Capacity (Pre-school Age).
Maximum group size of 10 plus a counselor.
Groups may not mix.
Masks are encouraged to be worn “Whenever Possible”.
Campers are required to practice social distancing.

Facility Cleaning: 
The Sport Stable will be following the cleaning guidelines put out by the CDC, click here.
Frequently touched areas (e.g., door handles, light switches) will be cleaned multiple times daily. Full facility cleaning will happen nightly following closure. Reduced hours have been established to provide enough time for full facility cleaning. 
Signage provided by Boulder County Health will be placed throughout the building with reminders to check for symptoms, frequent handwashing, face-covering and social distancing. 

COVID-19 Workplace Coordinator addressing COVID-19 issues at Sport Stable: Jimmy Dexter 
COVID-19 Workplace Coordinator addressing COVID-19 issues at Impact Sports - Rylan Reed:

All of the above guidelines are subject to change. 

If you arrive without a reservation with an instructor, coach,or trainer you will not be permitted in the building. No guests with player or athlete.


It takes Teamwork - We are in this TOGETHER


The knowledge and circumstances around COVID-19 are changing constantly and, as such, the Sport Stable and its entities make no representation and assume no responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of this information. Further, you should seek advice from public health officials if you have specific questions about your return to training in the Sport Stable or participation with any of the RoughRiders™ brand related to the RoughRiders™ Sports Club. The safety of our staff and customers is our top priority. We are a 185,000 sq. ft. facility with the ability to make sure that we follow proper protocol on social distancing making the experience of being here safe and healthy.

COVID-19 REP:Jimmy Dexter: 303-956-5551


Do you have any of the following?
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Muscle pain
Sore throat
New loss of taste or smell

If yes to any...
Please do not
come in!
No Symptoms?
See you at
your appointment time only!

Seek medical advice

and we will be here

when you're well!

Please note:

Sport Stable  is by

appointment only. 


Time to cheer and play again.

Steps to getting us up and running, keeping

all of us safe. -By appointment only.

Taking the advice of experts and following the guidelines given to us by Boulder County Health and the CDC, we have implemented some new policies and procedures to help ensure the safety of our athletes, families, and guests.

South Parking 

entrance will be closed.

Entrance for ice appointments will be the Main Entrance of the Sport Stable.

Impact Sports Entrance for appointments for Impact, Synapse & Boulder Therapeutics.

Turf/Court, Restaurant, and Fairways Golf will be closed until further notice. 

waiver form

Sport Stable

Location​​​​​​: 1 Superior Drive

Superior, CO 80027

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