My motto is, “Never Give Up” in everything you do in life. I believe being healthy both mentally and physically is all one needs to succeed. Outside of work I enjoy functional training, mountain biking, rafting, fishing, skiing, hanging with my family and dogs.
Nate Grinzinger has been living in the valley for 13 years and has been managing Crown Mtn Park since 2015. Nate has been organizing events for 10 years, teaching skiing for 10 years, and coaching youth sports for 22 years. When asked about his role at Crown Mtn Nate said, “We have the best team I have ever worked with, and I love coming to work. This is pretty much a dream job.”
Being a father of two boys, my focus on the recreation in this area is very important to our family. In the summer time you will find us on the Golf course, hiking, biking, or playing baseball and lacrosse. In the winter we take full advantage of the amazing ski mountains we have around us. Truly blessed to live in this valley, and have the access to such an amazing area.
As a Town of Basalt Trustee, I was a proponent of the construction of Crown Mountain Park. My past and current experiences with special districts include Mid-Valley Metro District Board for 8 years, Basalt and Rural Fire Protection District Board for 8 years, and currently serving on the Roaring Fork Fire and Rescue Board of Directors. As town council member for 9 + years and Mayor of Basalt for 8 years, these experiences will assist me in working with this Board to reach planning and financial decisions currently and in the future for the continued success of the Crown Mountain Recreation District.
I have previously served on the board for Crown Mountain Recreation District in 2016-2020 and was a volunteer member of ‘Friends of Crown Mountain Park’ group in 2012. I have coached soccer & basketball teams in Aspen, Basalt and Crown Mountain Park. Previous member of the Bishop’s Committee member St. Peter’s Church in Basalt. Past HOA president of Valley View Subdivision.