recreational canoeing and kayaking;
the Splash at Fossil Trace, a family
aquatic park; and the Golden
Community Center, which offers various
recreation and leisure programs for all
ages. | www.ci.golden.co.us
Lakewood is located just minutes from
Denver along the western edge of the
metro area and against the foothills of the
Rocky Mountains. The city has more than
80 parks, including Bear Creek Lake Park –
the city’s largest with 2,600 acres. This
park features walking paths, equestrian
trails, wildlife, picnic areas and a paved
bike path. The 2,400-acre Green
Mountain Park offers magnificent views of
the metro Denver area and the dramatic
Front Range of the Rockies. Also, the Fox
Hollow Golf Course and the Homestead
Golf Course offer championship courses.
Lakewood also offers historic and social
centers at its Heritage Center, Lakewood
Cultural Center and Washington Heights
Arts Center. It is also home to a light rail
line to be built under the RTD FasTracks
program, as well as the Solterra community,
host of the prestigious 2008 Parade of
Homes. | www.lakewood.org
Located along U.S. 36, the city is centrally
positioned between Denver and Boulder
and enjoys easy access to entertainment
and recreation throughout the metro area.
Well known for its quality of life,
Westminster offers residents superb recreational amenities, beautiful neighborhoods and numerous entertainment
opportunities and shopping areas.
Located in two counties, Adams and
Jefferson, Westminster’s population is
almost equally divided between the two
counties, and the city is served by three
quality school districts. Westminster attractions include museums, historic buildings,
theaters, recreation centers, the Butterfly
Pavilion, Water World, golf courses,
parks, open space trails, iceskating, soccer,
swimming, and numerous shops and
restaurants. | www.ci.westminster.co.us
Located in the northwestern area of the
metro Denver region, Wheat Ridge is a
residential community nestled on rolling
land with tree-lined streets. With its
location just adjacent to the I- 70 corridor
between Denver and the Rocky
Mountains, the city is a great place to
live and do business or commute to
downtown Denver. Wheat Ridge’s
annual Carnation Festival reflects the
success of several carnation greenhouses
found in the area. Clear Creek runs
through the city and is accompanied
by a system of parks and greenbelts. |
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