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This park is really a lovely way to escape the city. Tons of dogs romping in the river and a people watching prime location. We were there on Memorial Day, so it was crowded right by the REI store, but we rented bikes there and...More
There were a lot of people walking, biking, sitting on the grass, and just enjoying the day. Nice charming park spread out with water flowing through it. Lots of bikes and scooters available. Some very good graffiti as well.
I am old enough to remember when this area was just ugly urban blight and the only people who hung out there were the homeless. That began to change when the Platte River Trail was put in in the early 80's. Denver continued to invest...More
This park is just near the REI store (across a bridge there) and at one end of downtown. Easy access too from near Elitches and the end of downtown to the West.
There are a series of waterways there and even some rapids that have...More
Everyone should check out this park at some point. We were on a bike ride and stopped to read informational signs and check out the pretty site of the creek. My son had gone there on a field trip and so was educating me further...More
Pleasantly surprised by this lovely spot in downtown Denver. It was all covered in snow when I visited but the atmosphere was great. Despite the weather, people were enjoying the outdoors walking dogs and sliding down the hill with a sledge. Great place to spend...More
In-the-know Denver dogs take their owners to this park at the confluence of the South Platte River and Cherry Creek, to wear their owners out with running, chasing, splashing, and swimming. Just downstream you may also see an angler casting a line, or just upstream...More
Confluence is a good place to relax by the water. If it is a hot day, maybe you would consider putting feet in the water too, but I am not really sure where the water is coming from...It is connected to other parks (btw Denver...More