- Our list of the best things to do in Wheat Ridge, Colorado, features the top 405 nearby activities — including 160 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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4005 Kipling Street, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 MoreLess Info
A community run and operated facility, Wheat Ridge Recreation Center promotes health and wellness amongst residents. Along with a lap pool and walking track, an array of fitness classes, racquetball court and gymnasium are also available.
Featuring rec and fitness classes, 5280 Gymnastics teaches children skills like tumbling, Taekwondo, and cartwheels. The center hosts open gymnasium hours where kids can play with parachutes and jump in the foam pit.
Featuring an aquatics facility, Anderson Park provides visitors with a lap pool, water slides, water playgrounds, and a shallow pool. In addition to the pools, the park has an open area with multipurpose fields, baseball diamonds, walking paths, and more.
Surrounded by five scenic lakes, Prospect Park is a community park commonly visited among those who enjoy walking through nature. Popular activities at the park include bird watching, walking, and playing on one of the numerous playground areas.
At Panorama Park, visitors can play a game of soccer on the multipurpose field or enjoy a picnic under a covered pavilion. The playground area has wood chip flooring, and features a climbing structure with slides, monkey bars, and more.
Rather than an established space, Lewis Meadows is an open concept public park. The primary feature of the park is a trail that is kept more natural than a simple concrete path with focus on the grass and flowers native to the area.
With programs oriented to both adult and children, Juggernaut Volleyball offers coaching to help individuals improve their volleyball skills. In addition to volleyball training, the company offers nutritional consulting and fitness boot camps.