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Connect with nature at this 110-acre park. Inside experience exhibits that depict migrating birds and reveal secrets of the ponderosa pine forest. Visit the Discovery Corner and Observation Room. Outside stroll trails winding through forest and...more
Not sure if the friendliness of volunteers is standard, but after three visits there in different years, I believe it might be. The volunteers were also knowledgeable. The building design includes wrought iron railings which look like branches, polished branches inside used as detailing, tile...More
We had an couple hours to kill before heading back to the airport from downtown Denver. We thought we were heading to the Lookout Mountain lookout but our map took us here. It was a perfect find as we spent 20 to 30 minutes walking...More
Lookout Mountain in Golden, Colorado, is more than the Buffalo Bill Grave and Museum. Of course, that is the major attraction, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Colorado. But while you are visiting Lookout Mountain, be sure to discover Lookout Mountain Nature Center,...More
A very interesting a fact packed facility which you can walk around, soak in some beautiful landscape and horizon views. Its a great visit if you want to know more about the local wildlife and nature. Calming and relaxing environment to start a great day.
We were two families traveling together (one from Iowa and one from Nebraska) with 4 kids ages 15, 11, 11, and 8. We are not used to driving in mountains. Our plan was to drive to the Mount Evans Scenic Byway. We were a little...More
There are a couple of short loop hikes you can take through the nature center. What you see will depend on the day, but there is sure to be something. The small nature center has additional information about wildlife to be found in the area.
A great little spot to stretch the legs, learn about wildlife, and hike. They had an area for kids to play, clean bathrooms, and a nice little 'museum' display. It is very simple but it has so much to do. They also have local hiking...More