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4 Fun Things To Do Near Denver

4 Fun Things To Do Near Denver

  1.  Red Rocks Amphitheater –
    Red Rocks Park is a mountain park in Jefferson County, Colorado, owned and maintained by the city of Denver as part of the Denver Mountain Parks system. The park is known for its very large red sandstone outcrops.
    Address: 18300 W Alameda Pkwy, Morrison, CO 80465

    The best concerts happen at Red Rocks!

  2. Lookout Mountain – Lookout Mountain is a foothill on the eastern flank of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains of North America. The 7,377-foot (2,249 m) peak is located in Lookout Mountain Park, 1.7 miles (2.7 km) west-southwest (bearing 245°) of downtown Golden in Jefferson County, Colorado, United States A great place for couples to get great pictures and make awesome memories together!
  3. Studio420 – 21+ Only 
    Address: 3995 S Broadway, Englewood, CO 80113
    Friendly place to consume tobacco & cannabis with other like minded people!
  4. Elitch Gardens Theme Park –
    Amusement park with roller coasters among other thrill rides plus arcade & shows.
    Address: 2000 Elitch Cir, Denver, CO 80204

4 Fun Things To Do Near Denver

Red Rocks Park
Red Rocks Park #1


Lookout Mountain Colorado wedding
Lookout Mountain Colorado wedding #2
Studio420 – 3995. S Broadway Englewood, Co 80113 https://studio420.co


Elitch Gardens Theme Park
Elitch Gardens Theme Park #4

Other reasons you should come to Denver area!

 Looking for the real deal in the town where Chipotle was born? Here are five amazing off-the-beaten-path spots.

La Casita at…Denver International Airport

The New Mexico–style green-chile tamale plate at this spin-off of the Sandovals’ north-side institution is the best meal to be had in DIA. $7.29, Terminal C Food Court, 303-317-1005, tamalesbylacasita.com 

Nancy’s Fancy Burritos at…Coors Field

That no-frills menu; that cooler full of steaming-hot, handmade burritos; that $3 price tag. Nancy’s is tinfoil-wrapped pregame perfection. $3, corner of 20th and Blake streets

Milagro Burritos at…your office

What do you call it when your employer arranges to have Milagro’s steak and chile burritos delivered to your workplace on a regular basis? Golden handcuffs. $2.75–$3.50, 303-534-1896, milagroburrito.com 

Tacos el Pancho at…the Home Depot parking lot

No disrespect to the fancy-schmancy-taco trend, but we’d take tacos de pollo with chopped cilantro, onion, and green heat from this authentic food truck any day. $4.50 for two chicken tacos and a soda, corner of East Kentucky Avenue and Colorado Boulevard

• Asada Rico on…the 16th Street Mall

With so many quality tacos and wraps downtown, it means something that Asada Rico’s perfectly portioned egg-and-potato breakfast burritos are a 16th Street Mall staple. $3.25 (bean and cheese burrito with guacamole), corner of 16th and Stout streets

4 Fun Things To Do Near Denver

Because it’s the perfect size.

I’ve often stood atop Lookout Mountain, turned my back to the Rockies, and gazed toward the Mile High City. From a distance, Denver’s modest skyline juxtaposed against the flatland’s imparts a reassuring feeling that just about everything is manageable here.

But it shouldn’t be. The population of greater Denver is about 2.5 million, making it 21st among metro areas in the country, just shy of Seattle and San Diego, and ahead of Orlando, Pittsburgh, and Sacramento. Conventional wisdom says size is inversely proportional to manageability. And yet I’ve always found Denver eminently approachable.

The question, I suppose, is how can this be? Clearly there’s no way to quantify approach-ability. Instead I think it’s fair to say that in every way, Denver just feels easy. It takes me less than 30 minutes to drive to the opposite side of the city at nearly any time of day. Walkers, runners, and cyclists blanket our sidewalks and bike lanes, making transportation appear effortless. There are pockets of retail where I need them to be. The highways don’t bisect downtown. I could go on. But I think the thing is this: I don’t have to melt my mind trying to make my daily life mesh with Denver’s. Living here is a breeze.