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9 Best Denver Recreational Activites

  • 18300 W Alameda Pkwy, Morrison
    Victoria Grinde - One of the best venues (hands-down) to see a concert at! Everyone needs to go and experience Red Rocks at least once. It is beautiful and amazing!
    Mandi Pacer - I grew up in Colorado and this place is pure heaven. Be it for a hike, a photo session or to experience a concert, Red Rocks is my favorite venue all around. Whenever tourists come to my shop in Morrison I make it a point to ask if they've had a chance to check out this amazing Colorado landmark. I was lucky enough to have my high school graduation here, too!
  • Victoria Grinde - I have grown up going to this park! Great location and lots to do. There is a great park for the kids and lots of space for playing soccer, volleyball, etc.
    Anja Castillo - The best park in Denver! Beautiful flowers; a lake; pavillion; walking roads, paths, and trails--Not to mention bike and paddleboat rentals! Playground for the kiddos and way overly nice squirrels :D
  • Mariella Tamayo - Went whitewater rafting here for the first time and it was such an amazing experience! The staff makes you feel comfortable and safe at all times. The river you raft is such a beautiful site to see!
  • 15870 Co Rd 162, Nathrop
    Mariella Tamayo - If you are looking for a get away just 2 1/2 hours away from Denver definitely go to Mt. Princeton Hot springs! Its clean, beautiful views, and the staff are very friendly!
  • 15600 W. Morrison Rd.
    Mandi Pacer - When the weather turns nice and hot, this is my number one spot! Whether for a BBQ or paddleboarding on the water, I love making many visits to this park in the summer. You can buy an unlimited pass for $70+ as a local which pays off within 5-6 visits alone.
  • 3608 S Kipling St, Denver
    Mandi Pacer - My weekly therapy session takes place on this soccer field! I love that its a full sized indoor 11 vs 11.
  • Heather Long - A fun way to get out on the water! With several locations all around the Denver and Front Range it's easy to book online and show up for your paddle or lesson. They offer 1 and 2 hour rentals for paddleboards, double and single kayaks, and canoes. No more lugging your own to the lake and home with all that sand! Just show up and enjoy the day!
  • Heather Long - I've stayed in two different locations and it's always an out of this world experience! Canvas safari tents in remarkably naturally beautiful locals with all the amenities! If you feel like getting into the wild and roughing it just enough without sacrificing comfort, Under Canvas is one of the best options out there!
  • 11500 N Roxborough Park Rd, Littleton
    Mandi Pacer - All of the outdoor fun packed into this State Park! Whether you are wanting to picnic, BBQ, get out on the water (paddleboarding, canoeing, boating etc) or camping, this park is the perfect proximity from the heart of Littleton.

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Anja Castillo
11 months ago • Boston
My business, Creatively Cannabis, is Latina-owned, and I'm spotlighting others in the Denver community as well as upcoming events that celebrate La...
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Anja Castillo
11 months ago • Boston
A good friend of mine is moving here soon, and I want to plan a few really great outings to show off what a great state this is! Would be down for ...
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Anja Castillo
11 months ago • Boston
Running out of ideas, other moms, please help! We love to go on walks and also my son loves ANYTHING w/ music. Looking for free or very cheap thing...
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Elissa Tompkins
11 months ago • Boulder
Willing to drive up to 45 minutes for the best pumpkin patch and corn maze. Family friendly is a must!
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Anja Castillo
11 months ago • Boston
I know I'm like the only person ever posting about cannabis on here, but I can't get a good word on if Tetra is still open or most of the other "pr...
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