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LOVE going to Rockies Games and have had several company events here. So much fun and definitely a place to bring your family. Brought my 2 year old to his first Rockies game and made memories to last a lifetime!
We attended the Fourth of July for fireworks game and the whole experience was unbelievable. Of course the stadium is next to none as far as cleanliness and just overall seating experiences. But the Fourth of July game was crazy and many of the fans...More
My husband and I decided to do a date day and chose to go the game. We have been here before and enjoy everything about it the stadium is well kept. We wouldn't recommend going on a hot day like we did unless you have...More
Magnificent baseball ⚾️ stadium where the baseballs ⚾️ fly out because of the high altitude.
One ☝️ of the best in the major leagues.
Go take a tour or a game in nice weather!
the Doctor Hit me with some BIG LOVE ❤️💕 and...More
Our family loves coming here. We come at least once a year. The park is clean, family friendly, and I love the steel and brick design. Has the feel of an old park with state of the art amenities. Food options are great too!
Coors Field food was rated very low, as most of these types of venues. Please try not to eat or drink! Water is the best liquid and beer is beyond pricey! Nachos were reasonable AND you can bring in your own peanuts! So do it....More
Response from 689willliamr | Reviewed this property |
There are several upscale hotels within walking distance to Coors Field. Just google Union Station Hotels Denver. In addition there are several more in Downtown Denver where you can take the 16th Street Mall Shuttle. Just... More
There are several upscale hotels within walking distance to Coors Field. Just google Union Station Hotels Denver. In addition there are several more in Downtown Denver where you can take the 16th Street Mall Shuttle. Just get off at the Wazee St stop and walk 4 blocks.
(Continued) DAY 8 - Great Sand Dunes to Colorado Springs Got to the Dunes around 9:00 - the kids had a blast sledding for about 2 hours. It wasn't crowded at all when we got there, so they staked out their own personal dune. Before we left home, we read that boogie boards work well on the dunes but that plastic sleds do not. So, we hauled those boogie boards 3000 miles so we could use them on the dunes only to find out that they do NOT work. Luckily, the GSD Lodge had 2 plastic sleds...More
August 03, 2012|
The Burnsley is great and in a great location Good score! SW Corner is lovely some of the prettiest vistas in the state. And since you've seen some great parts that sets the bar pretty high!
Need help planning trip to CO with 4-yr old, late August (4 Replies)
My husband, son, and I are planning our first trip to CO for late August. We'll be flying in to Denver. We'd like to visit the zoo and the aquarium and probably take in a game at Coors Field. -- Should we rent a car for in-town travel? -- Which hotel is best (centrally located, with access to everything)? -- We want to take a couple of day trips. Where? -- Any other suggestions on things to do in the Denver area? Thanks!
July 11, 2011|
I can help. I have lived in Colorado 42 years and raised four kids with 7 grandkids. Yes, a car would be a good idea, Colorado tends to be spread out and so a rental would save time. I would look for a hotel in the Arvada or Wheat Ridge area (west side of town). Its not that the east side doesn’t have some fine hotels but you will likely be going into the mountains to the west. Aside from Coors Field, the zoo and the aquarium you should consider Water World. It is uniquely situated in a...More
Coors Field (4 Replies)
We will be in Denver in a couple of weeks time and we would like to watch a game at Coors Field. Is it best to reserve seats in advance in order to be seated together?
July 30, 2017|
I'm waiting for an answer to this myself. We're planning to see the Rockies/Giants in Sept. Plenty of tix available at mlb.com and stub hub. I also found a thread that said scalpers are everywhere around the stadium. I use the mlb.com app for great ticket deals for our home team Rays.