- TripBuzz found 55 things to do with kids in or near Leadville, Colorado, including 38 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Breckenridge, Frisco, Copper Mountain and Vail.
- From Ski Cooper to Twin Lakes, the Leadville area offers 57 different types of family activities, including: Skiing & Snowboarding, Bike Paths, Hiking Trails and Off Road & ATV.
- Once known as a silver mining town, Leadville is important to the history of Colorado. Situated in the Rocky Mountains, the city is home to several historical landmarks including the Tabor Grand Hotel and Boot Hill Cemetery. True to its history, the city has a recreation trail that encircles and honors the former mines. There is also a mining museum with a variety of exhibits including a mining art gallery.
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US Route 24, Top of Tennessee Pass, Leadville, CO 80461 MoreLess Info
Cooper Ski Resort provides skiing with unmatched in-bounds terrain that vary from gentle cruisers to glades to moguls and practically non-existent liftlines. They also have non-skiing recreational activities on-site such as snow cat sightseeing touring adventures.
75% 4 votes
1717 North Poplar Street, Leadville, CO 80461 MoreLess Info
A bowling alley featuring a collection of pinball machines, Strikes-N-Spares Bowling Center offers 12 lanes of bowling with a pro shop. The center also has a bar and grill, video games and a pool table.
Top of the Rockies Ziplines is a local company which offers adventure zipline tours of the Rocky Mountains with their five different ziplines. They also offer combo tour packages which include snow zipping and snowmobile tours.
87% 321 votes
326 E. Seventh St. at Hazel St, Leadville, CO MoreLess Info
Leadville, Colorado & Southern Railroad offer sightseeing train rides through multiple picturesque landscapes such as the Arkansas River Valley, San Isabel National Forest and more, accompanied by an informative commentary. Visitors are also allowed to explore the caboose and the engine room.
At the Healy House Museum & Dexter Cabin, visitors can learn about history of Leadville's mining history. The location also offers special programs, offers overnight student trips, and participates in day events.