- The list below includes 281 free or cheap things to do in or near Thornton, Colorado, including 92 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Parks, Ziplines and Maze.
- From Pecos Park to Thornton Veterans Memorial, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Thornton and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Golden, Boulder, Littleton and Denver.
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Quebec and 72nd Ave., Welcome Center, Commerce City, CO 80022 MoreLess Info
Visitors can watch bison, prairie dogs, birds and a variety of other wildlife on the trails of Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge in Commerce City, Colorado. Visitors may also enjoy the visitor center with exhibits detailing the refuge's history.
The Little Dry Creek Dog Park is a location where dog owners can bring their pet to spend time outdoors among other dogs. Amenities at the park include separated areas for large and small dogs as well as agility equipment.
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10455 Sheridan Blvd, Westminster, CO 80031 MoreLess Info
A multi-purpose outdoor space, Westminster City Park provides for an array of activities. Along with a soccer field, the park offers a playground and disc golf facility as well as a shelter for picnics and other gatherings.
Amherst Park is a community park that is driven towards meeting the needs of sports enthusiasts. The park is home to a large soccer field and practice field, an in-line skating rink, basketball and volleyball courts and picnic areas.
Lively and fun, visitors to Denver can enjoy live bands and musical entertainment at the Grizzly Rose almost every night of the week. A down home, country ambiance, there is also dancing, a Western menu and full-service bar.
Brandywine Park is a family-friendly community park that offers amenities for children and adults. The parks lush green grass is perfect for picnics or sports play, and the children's playground offers various activities such as slides and swings.
Pioneer Park provides a wide range of recreational activities and sports. The park is ADA Accessible with amenities including a baseball/softball field, playground, spray ground, walking trail, basketball court, skate park, barbeque pit and rentable shelters.
With a walking path that winds around the lake, Lake Arbor Community Park offers visitors opportunities for outdoor activities like soccer and paddle boating against a mountainous backdrop. The park has several covered pavilions for visitors to have picnics at.