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City Park is an urban park and neighborhood in Denver, Colorado, 330 acres in the east-central area of town that is home to the Denver Zoo, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Ferril and Duck Lakes and a boathouse. To the immediate north of...More
With trails and parks & nature this is a spectacular park in the heart of the city! With the zoo & other fun. Things located in the heart of the park this is a great stop for exploration. Lots of parking, but they fill up...More
This is one of Denver's older parks. It is off of 18th between York and Colorado Blvd. You can enter the park a few ways, perhaps the easiest is at the Museum of Natural History off of 20th and Colorado Blvd.
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We went for a walk with our sons two dogs mainly around the lake. This park is very large and well kept. People were very friendly and enjoying the nice fall temps. If I lived in Denver, I would come here every day for a...More
🔆Need some Sunday-Funday ideas that don't include mimosas...? (🎈 Disclaiiimer: I love mimosas 👌👌...no judgements here 🤗🎉). Head to your nearest farmers market on bike, rrrollerblades, or those new scooter thangs I see all around town! The City Park Farmer's Market on Sundays (9am-1pm) are...More
the playground at City Park was a ton of fun for my kids!! they love exploring playgrounds and this was one of their favorites.
A couple of tables to sit in the shade. Cute mini tire swing, and lots of climbing structures.
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Attended the last city front jazz session at the park tonight. Music was awesome and it was easy to hear from almost anywhere around the pond. Music starts at 6 and goes until around 8. Parking is free. There are about 30 food trucks there...More
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Good answer. I'd just add that the museum and zoo both have ample parking (and flank the park on two sides). Those parking lots can be crowded on weekends and during special events. Even when busy, though, both have... More
Good answer. I'd just add that the museum and zoo both have ample parking (and flank the park on two sides). Those parking lots can be crowded on weekends and during special events. Even when busy, though, both have underground parking that some folks don't seem to know about, so unless there are "lot full" signs posted, it's easy to park there and take a short walk to the park. If picnicking and/or have a car full of kids or folks that have difficulty walking, I'd recommend that you drive into the park and drop off passengers/gear near where you want to picnic, then have the driver park the car. It's a BIG park! (Takes me at least an hour to walk briskly around its 3-mile perimeter (outside the zoo and museum.)
I am almost positive you can. You have to go through the city to reserve your day if it is available though. There is a certain time of year when brides line up around a block downtown to request to have their wedding at a... More
I am almost positive you can. You have to go through the city to reserve your day if it is available though. There is a certain time of year when brides line up around a block downtown to request to have their wedding at a Denver Park. I know my sister in law had to wait in line over night to get her wedding date at City Park at the end of August. Good Luck!