- TripBuzz discovered 106 different types of activities for couples in the Evergreen area, including Hiking Trails (like Bergen Peak), Parks (like Alderfer/Three Sisters Park), Lake (like Evergreen Lake) and Family Fun Center (like Evergreen Park & Recreation District), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 259 date ideas in or near Evergreen, Colorado, including 245 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Golden, Denver, Littleton and Idaho Springs.
Evergreen Wilderness Guides Denver MoreLess Info
Local family business specializing in bouldering, rock climbing, and wilderness adventures offers exciting experiences in nature
Evergreen Players is a theatre group that produces six shows per year and offers a range of productions including classics, regional premieres, comedies, and dramas. They also sponsor a youth drama camp for children ages 5-15.
Popular with tourists and residents, Evergreen Lake and the Evergreen Lake Park provide plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation. Fishing is permitted throughout the year, and the lake is stocked with trout. A state fishing license is mandatory.
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997 Upper Bear Creek Road, Evergreen, CO 80439 MoreLess Info
If you want to be treated to a luxurious spa, then TallGrass Aveda Spa and Salon have the services that you require. They offer spa packages from nail to hair treatments, massages, hair coloring, waxing and a whole array of body treatments to treat sore muscles.
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Colorado 73 & Buffalo Creek Road, Evergreen, CO 80439 MoreLess Info
Situated in a pine forest, The Alderfer/Three SistersPark is 770-acres of land that consists of beautiful rock formations, rolling hills and natural forested trails. It is a great place for bouldering, mountain biking and hiking.
Situated on 1,657 acres, Elk Meadow Park provides a habitat for wildlife including elk, deer, bluebirds and red-tailed hawks. It features a 4.7-mile hiking and biking trail, picnic areas, wooded terrain and spots for camping.
The overgrown remains of a runway are now the Flying J Ranch Park which is open for natural exploration. The central attraction is a three-mile trail loop which runs through lodgepole pines, ponderosas, and Douglas firs.