Washington Park or Wash Park, as the locals know it, is situated on the green space giving it it’s namesake …..Washington Park. It has a comfortable mix of original historic and contemporary styles, surrounded by a 155 acre park with lakes, tennis courts, basketball hoops, horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, picnic areas, paved roads, dirt paths, … » Learn More about Washington Park, Platt Park, and Country Club
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Congress Park This charming gem, smack in the middle of the big city offers a delightful mix of parks, shops, restaurants and cultural attractions — while just 3 miles from downtown. It has so much to offer, not only the typical cool urban eateries and shops, but the Denver Botanical Gardens which is a year-round … » Learn More about Congress Park, Uptown, City Park
Hilltop The Hilltop neighborhood gets it name from the fact that it is higher in elevation than the surrounding parts of the city. In the center of the neighborhood is Cranmer Park, with a beautful view of the Front Range mountains. It’s been one of the most sought after neighborhoods for young families and professionals alike. … » Learn More about Hilltop, Montclair, Park Hill
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Where to See the Best Home Light Displays in the Denver Area. Every winter, a select few Coloradans spend weeks transforming their homes into over-the-top holiday displays that put even Santa’s workshop to shame. The Gingerbread HouseThis dazzling array, which features 10,000-plus lights meticulously outlining nearly every edge of Walter Hazard’s home, is beloved by … » Learn More about Looking for the light? Or perhaps, 50,000 lights at once? Here’s a list of Home Holiday displays around the Denver area that just might knock your stockings off.
Here in Colorado, we are used to embracing and maximizing our time outdoors. This holiday season should be no different (although we know it will be)! Think everything from alfresco meals at dusk to family friendly movies at sunset and all socially distanced gatherings in between. If a little winter chill is causing you to … » Learn More about Hoping to dine alfresco this holiday season? Outside is always better, especially in these unprecedented times.
With another pull back from indoor activity in parts of our state, there’s no better time to get outside and enjoy Colorado! Whether it draws you in to recover from a loooong week inside your house (and you’re sore from that), or a high altitude climb, it’s time to treat yoself to a relaxing, hot … » Learn More about Get outside and enjoy some of Colorado’s best Hot Springs (with day passes).