Things to Do in Wheat Ridge, CO

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7.9 Miles
69% 16 votes
Hiking Trails 6th Avenue at 19th Street, Golden, CO 80401 MoreLess Info
Triceratops Trail is a 1.5-mile, gravel hiking trail that winds between large, vertical walls of sandstone and into reclaimed clay pits. Along the trail are several stops highlighting clay mining and dinosaur, bird, mammal, insect, and invertebrate tracks and traces.
7.9 Miles
94% 17 votes
Parks 1201 10th Street, Golden, CO 80401 MoreLess Info
Clear Creek Whitewater Park offers casual trails for walking and biking alongside a mountain creek. Patrons can swim, white water raft or kayak in the stream. Guests can also walk their dogs at the park.
8.0 Miles
54% 95 votes
History Museums 11th and Arapahoe Sts, Golden, CO 80401 MoreLess Info
Experience first-hand, life in the pioneer era when you step back in time to visit Clear Creek History Park. Stroll around and explore the shops and buildings that are maintained as they were when the first brave settlers lived there.
8.0 Miles
38% 8 votes
Bowling 8800 Grant Strret, Thornton, CO MoreLess Info
The AMF Bowling Center offers provides visitors with access to several lanes, bowling shoe rentals, and bowling balls. The location, which hosts bowling leagues and parties, also sells food and beverages.
8.0 Miles
84% 25 votes
Winery/Vineyard 1550 Old Westminster Rd, Westminster, MD 22157 MoreLess Info
The Old Westminster Winery features delicious handcrafted wines in a lush, beautiful farm setting. Guests can enjoy tasting the many wines available and having a picnic, as well as touring the winery itself.
8.0 Miles
86% 7 votes
Parks 9785 Eagle View Lp, Westminster, CO 80021 MoreLess Info
Measuring 3,000 acres, Standley Lake Regional Park serves as a water storage facility providing drinking water for nearby cities. It can be used for water skiing, boating, swimming, fishing, picnics, wildlife viewing, camping and walking along the park's trails.
8.0 Miles
100% 5 votes
Hiking Trails Heritage Road, Golden, CO 80401 MoreLess Info
Apex Trail is 2.3 miles long gaining up to 1,500 feet in elevation with exposed steep trails. While biking or hiking, patrons can also view wildlife including mammals, birds, amphibians, elk, rabbits and reptiles.
8.0 Miles
100% 2 votes
Bowling 8800 Grant Street, Thornton, CO 80229 MoreLess Info
AMF Sonesta Lanes offers not only bowling lanes, but regulation sized beach volleyball courts with sand as well. The bowling alley and volleyball area each have their own separate bar and entrance.
8.1 Miles
81% 387 votes
Natural Landmarks Morrison, CO MoreLess Info
A part of the Morrison Fossil Area National Park, the Dinosaur Ridge is a great place for people to see actual dinosaur footprints sealed by time. Dinosaur Ridge is famous for its Exhibit Hall and summer camps where young people can learn more about paleontology.
8.2 Miles
100% 1 votes
Parks 1266-1598 W 96th Avenue, Thornton, CO 80260 MoreLess Info
Pecos Park is a local public park run and maintained by the city. The park contains a number of different amenities for use, including a playground, swings, a pavilion, and walking trails throughout.
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