Experience the action of professional hockey at a NHL Colorado Avalanche game, where fast-flying pucks, fist fights, and hard hitting ensue. The sports team has won eight division titles and two Stanley Cup Finals. We recommend you get tickets when the Avalanches take on the Detroit Red Wings - the rival teams are sure to keep things interesting on the ice.
Help the Colorado Mammoth maintain the National Lacrosse League's attendance record by going to a game and seeing what the sport is all about. The sports team has won three division championships and one Champion's Cup.
Head to Coors Field to root, root, root for the home team, the MLB Colorado Rockies. The fairly-new sports team played their first game in 1993 and have clinched three Wild Card berths, and one National League Pennant. Get your tickets quick, the team brings in large crowds ready to enjoy America's favorite pastime.
Get your tickets to the next NFL Denver Broncos home game at INVESCO Field at Mile High. The Broncos have been a franchise since 1960, before the AFL and the NFL ever merged. Over the years, the sports team has won six AFC Championships and two Super Bowls. This city loves their football team - since 1970, every home game has been sold out. See what all the hype is about when the Broncos take on another NFL heavyweight. Are you ready for some football?
e part of the fast-paced sports excitement of basketball by watching the NBA Denver Nuggets ball all over the court and the competition at the Pepsi Center. They have yet to win a championship but the Nuggets have seven titles beneath their belt, and has been home to players like Carmelo Anthony and Allen Iverson.
Check out three-time division champions, the Denver Outlaws of Major League Lacrosse. The sports team has continuously broken attendance records for both the MLL and the franchise. Find out what keeps the crowd coming and be part of the league's growth by watching a game at INVESCO Field at Mile High.
Get ready to pedal over nine miles around the city on a tour with Bikalope Tours Denver. You'll spend about three hours taking in sights like Centennial Gardens, Civic Center Park, the Colorado State Capitol, the Denver Art Museum, the Molly Brown House, Coors Field, Cherry Creek, and much more.
"I came for the winter, but I stayed because of the summer." Learn the true meaning of that quote and head to Crested Butte Mountain Resort for some fun and recreation in the mountains. Wintertime snow lovers can have some fun skiing, sledding, and snowball fighting. After the snow melts in the summertime, mountain biking, hiking, kayaking , trail running, and much more are waiting for you to enjoy.
Don't head out into the Mile High City's wild outdoors alone. Let the folks at Denver Adventures take you on your next recreation excursion, whether it be mountain biking, trail running, rock climbing, skiing or hiking - these guys know the best places to do it all.
Make a trip to Cherry Creek State Park to spend the day splashing in the waters of the Cherry Creek Reservoir. Cruise the 880 acre reservoir in a boat, cast a line and try your luck at fishing, experience the excitement of jet skiing or water skiing, or just swim around and relax. It's the perfect destination for outdoor and water recreation.
Test your racing skills on go karts, see how brutal you can be on bumper boats, and knock one out of the park in the batting cages, metaphorically speaking - do all of this and more at Boondocks Fun Center. The 8-acre recreation complex has everything you'd need for a day of fun: miniature golf courses, a roller coaster simulator, laser tag, and a gigantic arcade. You won't be disappointed with time spent at Boondocks.
Spend a day at Elitch Gardens Theme Park and exercise your adrenaline rush. Thrill rides, family rides, kiddie rides, and water rides occupy the recreation park, including some of the most exciting roller coasters like the Mind Eraser monster coaster, the Boomerang, and the Twister II. If face-melting coasters aren't quite your thing, hang out on the carousel or make yourself dizzy at the Spinning Tea Cups attraction.
If rides like the Loop-O-Plane and the Tilt-A-Whirl sound familiar to you, head to Lakeside Amusement Park to experience their fun all over again. Other rides at this classic amusement park include the 1940 wooden Cyclone coaster, the 1955 Wild Chipmunk coaster, and the 1986 Zamperla Dragon coaster. You'll feel like a kid again after walking around Lakeside Amusement Park.
Grab your swimsuit and sunscreen, and prepare to make a splash enjoying fun and recreation at the nation's largest waterpark, Water World. Keep it calm and soak up some sunshine while you float the lazy river, or brave the descent of a fast-paced water slide - whatever you choose, the 67-acres of Water World have over 44 rides and attractions for you to experience.
Pull out your bowling shoes and head to Lucky Strike Bowling Lounge to bowl your next game. Pulverize the pins on one of the bowling alley's 12 lanes, while sipping cocktails from the bar. If you're having a bad day on the lanes, head over to the pool tables and try your luck there, or kick back and relax in the comfy lounge.
Show the world your inner-pool shark at Tarantula Billiards & Bar. The pool hall is home to over 20 newly-felted, Gold Crown billiards tables ready for you to break in, as well as foosball and air hockey tables. Rack them up and call your shots, you'll be so comfortable at this hangout you won't want to leave.