- 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.
Featuring 12 auditoriums, AMC Brighton 12 is a movie theater that displays first-run feature films using digital projection. The theater offers stadium seating, theater rentals and a concession area with food and drinks.
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300 Strong Street, Brighton, CO 80601 MoreLess Info
The Armory at Brighton Cultural Center is a performing arts center. The Armory hosts live musical performances and concerts year round. The community room, atrium, and auditorium can also be rented as a venue for private (or public charity) events.
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2833 Colorado Blvd, Idaho Springs, CO 80452 MoreLess Info
Organizing excursions to the surrounding mountains, ATV Experience lets visitors drive their own ATV on a 2 hour trail ride. The guide takes a video of the trip for the visitors to take home with them.
Raft Masters is a local outfitter which offers adventure rafting trips on the Arkansas River at the Royal Gorge and Bighorn Sheep Canyon, as well as on Clear Creek ranging from beginner to more advanced levels.
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2350 Riverside Drive, Idaho Springs, CO 80452 MoreLess Info
At Highside Adventure Tours, visitors can trek the rapids of Clear Creek. The tour guide is helpful at navigating the waters and providing training to beginners in the group. They also have a zipline course for visitors.
Heritage Visitors Center features an informative museum full of unique exhibits of Idaho Springs' mining history, early life, and the important role it played in establishing not only Idaho Springs but the state of Colorado itself.
Running since 1855, Pella Public Library provides visitors with a plethora of books to choose from in different formats like digital and audio. The city hosts a genealogy club where members of the town can learn about their family history.
Mt. Evans Wilderness contains rare high altitude arctic tundra, spruce-lodgepole pine forests and bristlecone pines in high altitude locations. Patrons can hike or walk the wilderness and experience granite cirques, several small lakes and scenic views.