- TripBuzz found 199 things to do with kids in or near Idaho Springs, Colorado, including 176 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Golden, Wheat Ridge, Arvada and Evergreen.
- From Mount Evans Trout Fishing to A&A Historical Trails Stables - Day Tours, the Idaho Springs area offers 99 different types of family activities, including: Rafting, Hiking Trails, Off Road & ATV and Mountains.
- Located in Colorado's mountains in Clear Creek Canyon lies the city of Idaho Springs. Once a gold mining community upon it's settlement in the mid 1800's, the city now serves as a residential community to those working in the outlying areas. Visitors enjoy stopping by the old mine and mill that now operate as a museum, as well as shopping and eating in the small downtown district.
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.
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Explore frosty Winter Valley with Trailblazer Snowmobile Tours, an adventure excursion company specializing in 2- an 4-hour journeys across Colorado's frozen landscape. Novice snowmobilers should start with the introductory 2-hour ride; the 4-hour option is best for clients with prior snowmobiling experience.
Heritage Square is a local theme park designed in the form of a storybook Victorian era shopping village which features a range of artisan shops, children's rides, an alipine slide, a music hall and a number of other attractions.
Opened in 2013, Earth Treks Climbing Centers is a 29,000 square-foot climbing facility featuring a number of amenities for visitors to enjoy. These amenities include a large fitness/strength training area, gear shop, yoga room, and 28,500 square-feet of climbing area.
Railroad historians and enthusiasts consider the Moffat Tunnel West Portal a must-visit destination for an authentic train experience. The tunnel was completed in 1928 and bores over 6 miles through the Continental Divide.