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Confluence Park Denver

2 Reviews

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Amusement Parks ,

Confluence Park Denver
15th Street
Denver 80202
Neighborhood: Northwest, Lodo,


You will find this unique and scenic Confluence Park at the 15th Street where Cherry Creek and the South Platte River meet and mingle. It is a great park where one can watch kayakers brave the rapids on custom-designed chutes or sunbathe on the sandy banks while enjoying the panoramic views of downtown Denver. In the summer, Confluence Park is home to a free concert series, held every Thursday evening around dusk. Besides being a great kayaking run,  It also provides places for picnicking and games as well as plenty of areas for skating and walking. There are separate trails for walkers and bicyclists. The park is close to the REI Flagship Store, the Downtown Aquarium, the Denver Children’s Museum and Elitch Gardens Theme Park.

Confluence Park Denver
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Reviews for "Confluence Park Denver"

christel buda
Oct 18, 2011

Great Picnic Spot

Overall just a great little spot in the middle of our beloved city, perfect for exercise, picnics, or just simply sitting back and taking in the day for a little while.

Donald Honore
Sep 6, 2010

Nice central place on the edge of Downtown

Shirtless children shouldn't be your thing, but that is what you will mostly see at this popular "urban city" park. The park has a nice man-made feel.... With perfectly paved walkways and even steps into the river for splashing parties. The park might be cheesy, yet for some reason I always end up riding my bike through it over the weekend at least once... On the way into town and on the way out. I am surprised that I don't see kids selling Girls Scout cookies; everything is so cookie-cutter and perfect. The screaming kids and their parents take pictures and play in this thing called water, which most Denverites have only seen come down in the shape of raindrops.

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