- TripBuzz found 101 things to do with kids in or near Castle Rock, Colorado, including 90 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Littleton, Aurora, Parker and Englewood.
- From Once Upon A Horse to Matney Park, the Castle Rock area offers 84 different types of family activities, including: Golf, Parks, Hiking Trails and Playgrounds.
- Castle Rock sits almost 30 miles directly south of Denver along Interstate-25. Its closeness to the Denver metropolitan area makes it a prime suburban city with many shopping opportunities and several outlet malls. The city was named for its nearness to a large rock formation that is a popular climbing site.
Goldstrike Adventures recreates the 19th-century experience of gold prospecting at reserved sites, with options of using both old and new panning methods and equipment. They have half-day, full-day and specialty packages.
Offering lots of room for running and playing, First Creek Dog Park is a spacious facility with many amenities. This includes a separate area for smaller dogs along with a watering tap and comfortable seating for dog owners.
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A great place to learn about the mysterious Anazasi tribes, the Manitou Cliff Dwellings exhibits artifacts from the famous tribe. The museum is located in the actual cliff dwellings dug by the Anazasi tribes several thousands of years ago.
West Woods Golf Club comprises of three different nine hole courses known as the Sleeping Indian, the Cottonwood and the Silo, with each one offering beautiful views of the surrounding landscape. The combination of nines on each of the courses is updated daily for a better golfing experience.
Located on 9.5 acres of land, Peter Pan Park is a public park that provides fun and entertainment to those who visit. Amenities at the park include a large playground, several walking trails, and an amphitheater.
Both experienced riders and beginners are welcome at the Academy Riding Stables. Guided horseback riding is held in the area known as the Garden of the Gods Park during the summer months with perimeter rides offered in the winter.