Top 7 Parks - Denver
With Denver being such a beautiful city and having some beautiful mountains to surround the city, you can believe it definitely has some amazing parks. However, which of these parks should you go to when you are on your vacation? Well, I am about to answer that for you by ranking the top 7 parks in Denver.
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6. Skyline Park -
Located in the office area of Denver you will find Skyline Park. This is a great park to go on lunch from the business meetings, but also to get away from the stresses that are seen in the daily life of the city.
5. Commons Park -
When you look at Commons Park, you may think it is just like all the other parks. However, this is a great park with an amazing riverfront trail that you can enjoy walking along.
4. Central Park -
Just like the Central Park in New York, you will find Denver has its own park. This is a lot smaller than the one in New York City, but it is definitely packed with things for you to do and see and has plenty of space for you to wonder around the area.
3. Babi Yar Memorial Park -
With the Star of David shape and other parts of this park you will notice that this is going to be one of the best ways for you to have a good time walking around the park and can easily remember the history of the Jewish people.
2. Ruby Hill Park -
When you are in Denver in winter, then you will automatically think about skiing or snowboarding. However, what you will find is it can be hard to find these parks. That is what makes Ruby Hill Park a great place to go because it is designed for these types of sports.
1. Confluence Park -
Confluence Park is one that will have you going by a river and has paths for you to enjoy as well. What else is great is you can actually use the river as well as it has a kayak run in the river for you to use, if you have a kayak.