- The list below includes 92 free or cheap things to do in or near Dillon, Colorado, including 77 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Bowling, Playgrounds and Bars.
- From Marina Park to Loveland Pass, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Dillon and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Frisco, Breckenridge, Georgetown and Vail.
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National Center for Atmospheric Research, 1850 Table Mesa Drive, Boulder, CO 80305 MoreLess Info
Bear Peak Trail is a 7 mile trail, which if taken to the top of the peak yields an elevation gain of 6,080 to 8,461 ft. The hike is difficult with an estimated time of 5 to 7 hours.
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Pearl St from 11th to 15th Sts, Boulder, CO 80302 MoreLess Info
Pearl Street Mall is a pedestrian area stretching to four blocks and is home to a number of local businesses as well as national chain stores. The walks are decorated with sculptures and fountains and serve as a stage for street performances during summers.
The campus of the University of Colorado at Boulder offers a scenic drive through its streets lined with art galleries, music schools, museums, bookstores and more, with the beautiful views of the Rockies in the background.
Families who enjoy the outdoors tend to embrace the Grottos Trail for an easy hiking experience. Exploring the large rock formations, boulders, and waterfalls are simple form the trail itself, and there is a popular picnicking area at the trailhead.
Home to the University of Colorado Buffaloes since 1924, Folsom Field has been the site of many memorable college football games. With an expanded seating capacity to more than 53,000, plan your visit and root on the Buffs today.
Lead by local and knowledgeable residents with many years of experience, Boulder Walking Tours leads visitors on a unique walking journey through the city. During the tours, guests observe local landmarks and learn about the history of the area.
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Mailing Address: 1315 Cascade Ave, Boulder, CO 80302 MoreLess Info
With Banjo Billy's Bus Tours, visitors can explore the historical and cultural sites of the region on a colorful school bus. Visitors will stop at sites like a haunted hotel, old mining location, 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.