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Drew Stoll

Executive Director

Outdoor Recreation Planner

Landscape Architect

Fort Collins, CO




Drew Stoll serves as executive director for Great Outdoors Consultants. He uses his outdoor recreation and landscape architecture degrees to find solutions for recreation and trails at a variety of scales. As a Peace Corps Volunteer, he assisted planning and establishing Jeanette Kawas and Punta Izopo National Parks in Tela, Honduras. While working for the Wildlife Conservation Society, he helped develop a conceptual trail network for all of Central America through a series of public workshops in each country. 

Drew has worked as a consultant for 23 years in planning and design for public lands, trails and OHV recreation throughout the United States and internationally. While working for EDAW/ AECOM and the Wildlife Conservation Society, he managed multiple resource management plans with an emphasis on recreation and trails. Drew has extensive experience in managing innovative public involvement for small and large scale projects. He’s an expert in recreation field inventory using GPS, photography, video and GIS. In 2011, Scott Dollus ( US Forest Service) and Drew were awarded by the Society of Outdoor Recreation Professionals (SORP) for implementation of the Rampart Range Trails Plan as an outstanding recreation planning project. Drew has been an expert in the use of GIS and GPS technologies for 16 years. In 2012, he established Great Outdoors Consultants to assist clients in providing high quality and sustainable recreation solutions.


B.S., Recreation Resource Management - Outdoor Education, University of Wisconsin - Madison, 1989

M.L.A., Landscape Architecture - Design for Public Lands, University of Florida, 2000


  • Colorado Chapter ASLA, President’s Award of Excellence for Planning and Urban Design, 2005 – Yampa River Management Plan
  • Colorado Chapter ASLA, Land Stewardship Designation Award, 2005 – Yampa River Management Plan
  • 2004 ESRI International User Conference. Special Achievement in Cartography.
  • Society of Outdoors Recreation Professionals Outstanding Recreation Planning Project, 2011 - Rampart Range Motorized Trails Plan


PrSORP Logoofessional Memberships

  • Past-Treasurer & Board Member - Society of Outdoors Recreation Professionals (SORP)
  • Past-Board member for Camp Jorn YMCA


  • Ride OHV Trails to Prosperity, SORP 2013 Annual Conference, Traverse City, Michigan
  • Recreation Maps for Smart Phones & GIS Public Commenting Tools, SORP 2013 Annual Conference, Traverse City, Michigan
  • Creating and Managing Great Multiuse Trails, 2013 International Trails Symposium, Scottsdale, AZ
  • Designing the Route 66 State OHV Park, 2012 National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council (NOHVCC) Annual Conference, Great Falls, MT
  • Introduction to the “Creating Great OHV Trails” Book, 2012 NOHVCC Annual Conference, Great Falls, MT
  • Designing and Building Over 100 Miles of OHV Trails in the Rampart Range, 2012 Colorado Off-Highway Vehicle Coalition Workshop, Glenwood Springs, CO & 2011 NOHVCC Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN