Here are a few outdoor activities to enjoy before summer ends:
Putters Pride: Mini Golf
3604 S Kipling
If you’re looking for a touch of nostalgia a night of mini golf may be just what you need. Putter’s Pride is one of Denver’s best mini golf courses. Head out for a date or bring the whole family to enjoy a night under the lights to see if you can get a hole in one. There are 3 courses to choose from, so go for one round of spend all night playing, the choice is yours. Learn more >
2301 Champa St
If you’ve lived here your whole life or just moved here, it’s always fun to be a tourist in your own city. Think of how many things you haven’t seen that you always recommend to visitors. Get your tourist on with a bike tour downtown. You’ll be able to enjoy an afternoon cruising the city while learning about Denver’s history. It’s a win-win. Learn more >
10601 E Easter Ave
For a new spin on an old classic, check out Top Golf in Centennial. You’ll be on a covered deck just in case it rains. You can even enjoy a delicious dinner while you golf. Top Golf is where a driving range meets a bowling alley, so you’re not just trying to drive as far as possible, you also have to aim in order to succeed in a game. It’s fun for the whole family and good for even a chilly night. Learn more>
Film on the Rocks
18300 W. Alameda Pkwy
Most of the schedule is behind us, but there’s still one last Film on the Rocks on the schedule. Enjoy a showing of Twister at Red Rocks Ampitheater. Come early for a live band come late just for the movie. Either way you’ll enjoy spectacular views and a fun movie as a date night or with the whole family. Learn more>
Baseline Rd. and 9th St.
Pack up a picnic and bring the whole family along for dinner and a sunset. If you’re feeling more adventurous, head over to the park on a weekend to enjoy a hike on one of the many trails you can access from the park, good for any skill level. Learn more>
20115 E. Mainstreet
Jam out with your neighbors during the remainder of the Summer Concert Series at Discovery Park. Concerts play outside through September, and there are still a few free shows left. Rocking out to music as the Colorado sun sets can’t be beat, especially when it’s free. Don’t worry about bringing dinner, there will be food trucks parked nearby for your enjoyment. Learn more>
Enjoy your last nights of summer!