Denver, Colo holds endless options for visitors. The city’s relaxed environment welcomes guests while its friendliness, charm and array of attractions keep them coming back. Denver is one of the few cities that were not built on an ocean, lake, or navigable river.
The nation’s largest public park system is also situated in the city. The City Park features lakes, a golf course, tennis courts, the Denver Zoo and the Denver Museum. The Denver Mint situated in the city is the source of all coins marked with a D.
Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater is home to famous concerts as well as hiking trails. The Denver Art Museum offers both international collections and temporary exhibitions.
At Lakeside Amusement Park you can enjoy unlimited rides on over 40 attractions ranging from the classic Cyclone Roller Coaster to a scenic miniature train. Water World, one of the America’s largest family water parks situated in Denver features 40 attractions on 64 beautifully landscaped acres.
The Colorado Railroad Museum offers a broad history of the railroad in Colorado with exhibits, locomotives, and a library. The city is well-known for its dozens of tree-lined boulevards, and 200 city parks that cover more than 20,000 acres.