Carroll Creek Park

COLOR ON THE CREEK

Founded in 2012 by two dedicated community-conscious Frederick residents, Dr Pete Kremers and Lisa Collins, Color on the Creek is a not-for-profit organization, which aims at solving the algae problem by positioning aquatic plants along Carroll Creek. Learn more about the work of this great organization at Color on the Creek 

Since 2013, the Rotary Club of Carroll Creek has supported Color on the Creek through countless volunteer hours planting, trimming, and cleaning aquatic plants. To view pictures of the Rotarian volunteers in action over the last seven years, click Rotary Club of Carroll Creek in Action

SAILING THROUGH THE WINTER SOLSTICE

In 2016, stemming from the effort of Dr Pete Kremers and local craftsman extraordinaire Kyle Thomas, Color on the Creek introduced Sailing through the Winter Solstice with the vision that renovated holiday-decorated sailboats would illuminate and beautify Carroll Creek during the winter season. Well, when winter comes every year, so do the boats! Check out the 2018 fleet!

Since 2017, the Rotary Club of Carroll Creek has participated in Sailing through the Winter Solstice with its own renovated sailboat, Carroll Creek Clipper, and through volunteer hours has helped launch and remove other sailboats from the creek. For more information, click on Carroll Creek Clipper 

CARROLL CREEK KINETIC ART PROMENADE

Amplifying the impact of Color on the Creek and Sailing through the Winter Solstice, Carroll Creek Kinetic Art Promenade is a project initiated and managed by the Rotary Club of Carroll Creek.

For information about the project, visit our dedicated website by clicking on Carroll Creek Kinetic Art Promenade