Nestled at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, located on high, rolling plains, is the city of Denver. Known as the Mile High City, Denver is clean, comfortable, friendly and family-oriented. Local residents enjoy more than 300 days of sunshine each year while still experiencing all four seasons, including snow in the winter.
Denver Central Neighborhoods include: Lowry, Stapleton, Crestmoor, Cheesman, Congress Park, Hilltop, Capitol Hill, Montclair, Washington Park, Bonnie Brae, Belcaro, Park Hill, City park, University park, Regis/Berkley, Platte Park and Highland/Potter.
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Denver’s recreational facilities include more than 100 parks, a dozen museums, two amusement parks, two water parks, US Mint, Denver Botanical Gardens, Denver Zoo, and a large performing arts complex
There are over 60 miles of trails and over 950 acres of natural landscape for all to enjoy. The excitement and amenities of downtown Denver are only a few short miles away.
Denver has a central downtown area, with 5,200 hotel rooms, the city’s convention complex, performing arts complex, and a wide variety of shops, department stores, restaurants, and nightspots. Also within easy walking distance are some of the city’s top attractions including the U.S. Mint, Denver Art Museum and Colorado History Museum. A mile-long pedestrian mall cuts through the heart of downtown Denver and is surrounded by a series of parks and plazas that soften the towering skyscrapers and provide viewpoints from which to see and appreciate the modern architecture.
Those who prefer the tastes and sounds of the local neighborhoods can enjoy the plethora of local carnivals, fairs, rodeos and food events that populate each year’s social calendar.
This region is also just a short drive away from Boulder or one of the many Rocky Mountain ski areas.