The Aurora Reservoir offers a wide variety of fun activities including archery, paddle boarding, boating, fishing, SCUBA, and a swim beach. The trail around the reservoir is about 8.5 miles long and is a great option for bike rides, training for running races or a walk in a natural setting.
The Aurora Sports Park is a 220-acre site that plays host to major local, state and national competitions and offers 12 baseball/softball fields and 27 soccer/multi-use fields. Many other sports compete at the complex including cross country, football, rugby, lacrosse and more.
A memorial to the victims of the Babi Yar Massacre was erected in the Sydney suburb of Bondi on 28 September 2014, which has a large Russian-speaking Jewish community. The monument was unveiled by the Mayor of Waverley and the Federal Member, Malcolm Turnbull.
Canterbury Park (Aurora) in Arapahoe County, CO. Instant access to maps, directions, activities, photos, nearby parks, weather conditions, user comments, and more. RecreationParks.net lets you discover public parks down the street or across the country.
Challenger Regional Park is owned and managed by Douglas County Parks, Trails and Building Grounds. For more information visit Douglas County Outdoors or call 720.733.6990. Overview This regional park is located along Lincoln Avenue just west of the Cherry Creek Trail and Open Space Corridor.
Step into a natural riparian area right in the middle of town and learn about the native plant and wildlife species that thrive in this educational nature preserve along the Cherry Creek Regional Trail. Enjoy the crusher fine trails that wind to overlooks of the small pond or meandering Cherry Creek.
The park has a playground, 3 shelters, drinking fountain, vault toilets, and a small, circular grassy area perfect for croquet or badminton. Park noise: Keep the volume of your music and voices to a reasonable level. City code limits residential sound levels to 55 decibels during the day, which is the sound of a normal conversation. After 9 p.m., the level drops to 45 decibels. Please be considerate of park neighbors and other park users.
Sand Creek Greenway Trail is a 12.4 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Aurora, Colorado that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Denver residents have roamed, biked and ridden horses along the natural area adjoining Paul A. Hentzell Park for decades. Now, Denver District Judge Herbert Stern must decide if that usage -- along with some signage, maps and other historical reference points -- do indeed make a park out of a much-disputed, much-maligned eleven-acre sliver of vestigial prairie that Mayor Michael Hancock is eager to turn over to the Denver Public Schools, in exchange for an office building downtown.
Parks and recs workers take good care of the park. If you take a walk watch on the outter boundaries of the park, watch out for bikers, they can come up fast. Free special events during the warmer months for kids. I enjoy this park, it's relaxing and a nice place to escape the busy-ness of life.
The Plains Conservation Center is a true-to-life homestead stretching across 1,100 acres of dedicated open space located at 21901 E. Hampden Ave. Aurora, CO 80013. Visit the nature center before you head out on the trails to pick up a map and learn the history of the site.
Red-tailed Hawk Park 23701 E. Hinsdale Way : 35 acres, baseball/softball backstop, bocce courts (6), playground, reservable shelter, restroom, sand volleyball, water sprayground, horseshoe pits (3), access to Piney Creek Trail: Rocky Ridge Park 16200 E. Mississippi Ave.
The newly renovated Sand Creek Park, located at 2700 N. Peoria St., near the R Line Fitzsimons Station, is now open to the public. The park features three ponds, hundreds of native trees and shrubs and a brand new Discovery Playground that is inspired by the surrounding natural riparian and prairie landscapes.
Sprightly Escapes is the ultimate Denver escape room and team-building experience! Book Now! Sixty fun-filled and challenging minutes stand between you and your freedom from an abandoned hotel or your return to the present from prehistoric times. Both of our escape rooms are packed full of immersive visuals, sounds, and themed puzzles and mysteries to bring the experience to life.
The Wildlife Experience is a wildlife conservation museum that features natural history and fine arts. It is a more than 111,000-square-foot museum that has a collection of natural history exhibits, paintings, sculpture and photography. The museum organizes exhibitions on a range of wildlife subjects and themes.
Aurora First National Bank and Chamber of Commerce President, Thomas F. Gilligan, saw over 15,000 people visit his home for its grand opening gala. The event promoted not only modern homes complete with electric appliances, but also Aurora as a desirable suburb.
Village Greens Park is home to Cherry Creek High School athletics, multiple youth leagues and the Village’s largest special event, Greenwood Village Day. Village Greens is the largest park in the Greenwood Village system and offers four multi-use playing fields, four softball fields and, two baseball fields that may be permitted.
Westlands Park has been featured in Landscape Architecture Magazine, Denver Post, and was most recently honored with the "Top of the Rocky Top Playground," awarded by the Rocky Mountain News for the third year in a row! Westlands Park was also featured in 5280 Magazine as the Editor's choice as the Top Playground destination in the metro area.