6 Unique Things to Definitely Try When in Colorado
No matter if you are living in the Centennial State or are just planning for a visit, this article enlists the best things to do in Colorado. Colorado is huge, so you may want to extend your trip and/or stay to explore it all. So, what are you waiting for? Read on this list below and go explore!
- Check what inspired Disneyland’s Main St. USA
Undoubtedly, downtown Fort Collins is deemed an iconic main street. As a matter of fact, it is said that Main Street USA in Disneyland was modelled after this street. You can spend the day shopping, dining and playing a tune or two on the pianos in the town.
- Celebrate Memorial Day in Boulder
At the Boulder Creek Festival, the weekend event kicks off on Saturday and is held along the Boulder Creek. On Memorial Day, around 50,000 runners join for a 10k races which is world famous and is known by the name Bolder Boulder. You can join the race and know that the race ends in the University of Colorado’s Folsum Field where an event is organized to honor those who served the country.
- Workout in the amphitheatre of the nature
Imagine doing morning yoga or attending concerts with a view and summertime movies under the stars which are few of the many reasons to why you should visit Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison. It is famous for its massive red rocks that have natural acoustics and also has a museum, gift shop and nearby hikes. Speaking of concerts, you can also attend a Zephyr concert, if you are a fan.
- Observe the research in action
The researchers at Colorado State University observe how flowers grow in the Colorado climate for helping the locals what to grow, when and where. Check the research in person where you may find flowers in 20000 sq. feet or flower beds in a 3 acre park at the Flower Trial Gardens located in Fort Collins.
- Swim in the mineral springs
To have one of a kind of a swimming experience visit the Eldorado Springs Resort and Pool located in Eldorado Canyon near Boulder. The pool is set by the artisan springs that has 76 degrees water in a bright blue color.
- The sunflower field
When you go on a short drive from Denver International Airport, you will find a huge field of sunflowers on a privately owned land. Summertime is the best to visit.