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  • 5950 N. Jackson Gap Way - Aurora
  • Colorado - United States
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A home rule municipality situated in Adams, Arapahoe, and Douglas counties

When the snow-capped Rockies beckon, a short drive to winding mountain highways leads to scenic vista, world-class powdery slopes, hiking challenges and alpine slipds. Yet the six thousand miles of open space in Aurora also gives visitors ample room to stretch those muscles and soak up the Colorado sun year round. Recreational enthusiast can take a dive, hop a board or sink a line at the 820-acre Aurora Reservoir, featuring a marina village, swim beach and a 8.5 mile bike trail. Fishing, hiking and jogging opportunities also lay ahead at Quincy Reservoir, situated adjacent to a 5 acre fenced park designed solely for canine companions. And for die-hard professional sports team fans, the Broncos, the Avalanche, the Rockies, and the Nuggets battle on their home turf just down the road.

Join thousands of the young and old as they meet and mingle at one of Aurora’s many festivals and events scheduled throughout the year. The annual KidSpree in July gives kids a chance ta explore, create and play during a weekend of summertime fun at the city’s Bicentennial Park. Or usher in autumn’s arrival at the October PumpkinFest at DeLaney Farm where visitors can view pumpkins popping from catapults or sip hot apple cider atop an old-fashioned hayride. Take a picnic to Del Mar Park and catch some jazz, blues or rock tunes at one of the summer’s weekly Banks in Harmony concerts, On historic Colfax Avenue, see colorful costumed dancers sway to salty Latin melodies in a celebration of Cinco de Mayo.

When hunger calls, head ta one of Aurora’s 100-plus ethnically diverse eateries where savory sights, tastes and scents fram around the world are sure to satisfy. Or satiate another kind of yearning at the area’s malls, shops and antique stops. Neon lights of a restored 1940s-era movie house summon theatergoers itching for Shakespearean soliloquy or a comedic escapade, The Aurora Fox Arts Center also hosts the annual Aurora Asian Film Festival in collaboration with the Denver Film Society and the Aurora Asian Pacific Partnership. For visitors with a penchant for an audible form of art, the 23-year-old aurora Symphony Orchestra performs renditions of the classical masters at area venues several times a year.

Just outside the city and only minutes away, performances of every genre grace the stages of the Denver Center for the Performing arts and the renowned Red Racks Amphitheater. Meander through the halls of the Denver art Museum and gaze at a Picasso or Monet. Or stop by the U.S, Mint ta witness the birth of a coin. Stay a day just to get away. Or sojourn at one of Aurora’s many accommadations for every taste and budget, conveniently situated throughout the city.

Supreme greens await golf aficionados at Aurora's several award-winning, championship municipal courses located through the city, including a tree-lined former country club, a course once favored by President Dwight D Eisenhower and challenging high plains and prairie-links courses.

Major Trail Corridors

The Cherry Creek Spillway serves as the connecting trail between the Toll Gate system and Cherry Creek State Park and Greenway. The trail is accessed on the east end from Chambers Road at Yale Avenue, west of Olympic Park/Wheel Park. The west access point is at the Parker Road underpass for Hampden Avenue.

The 67-mile High Line Canal trail enters the city at Havana Street and Exposition Avenue and presently ends at Colfax Avenue and Tower Road. It is part of a much larger trail system owned and operated by Denver Water. You can access the trail at Expo Park, Highline Park, Aurora Municipal Center, DeLaney Farm, and Norfolk Glen Park. Horses are welcome on the High Line Canal in Aurora.

The 14-mile Sand Creek Regional Greenway travels from Colfax Avenue just east of Airport Boulevard to the South Platte Greenway. In Aurora, access is available at Sand Creek Park and Star K Ranch. Horses are welcome along the Sand Creek Greenway in Aurora. Sand Creek is part of the Front Range Trail.

The Toll Gate Creek portion of the system connects the UnNamed Creek, Summer Valley Channel, Meadowood Channel, and Cherry Creek Spillway at Horseshoe Park. The trail then continues north to DeLaney Farm. The 3.5-mile Westerly Creek trail travels north and south, connecting Cherry Creek State Park with the High Line Canal at Expo Park. Access to the trail and parking can be found at Expo Park and Utah Park.

Tour the art of southwest Native American cultures at this exhibit featuring artifacts rarely seen by the public from the University of Denver Museum of Anthropology, the University of Colorado Museum and the Hensler collection. Pieces on display include basketry, beadwork, pottery, jewelry, sand painting and more, with some artifacts dating back more than 500 to 3,000 years ago.

Denver is a city of many colors and cultures with a rich ethnic heritage. It is a city of small neighborhoods - little villages that have distinctive characteristics and personalities that in many cases have remained unchanged for 100 years. It is a city that was founded on optimism during the great “Pikes Peak or Bust” gold rush of 1859, when thousands of people from all nations and all races crossed the great plains in search of wealth and a new life in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains. Many of them found it in Denver, and they built a city that is today a metropolis of great diversity. Colorado is known for its spectacular scenery. And there’s no place more spectacular than the famous Royal George... where the world’s highest suspension bridge soars 1,053 feet above the Arkansas River. No wonder the Royal George Bridge is one of Colorado’s most popular’s an experience that can’t be improved on!