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Colorado Seasonal Activities

by Weed Rentals
June 11, 2014
Category:   Tips

So, you want to come to Colorado, but you have no idea what there is to do. Well, you have come to the right place, my friend! Colorado is full of enjoyment for anybody and everybody! All year round, Colorado has something going on from skiing to concerts, you are bound to find something of interest. Below are a few various things Weed Rentals found to do depending on the season to get you started.



16th Street Mall

The 16th Street Mall is teeming with visitors from all over during the summer. There are shops everywhere, and there is a restaurant around the corner that offers the finest cuisine. There are also a lot of marijuana friendly places around this area. This is a great place to get any shopping done and have a great time! You will never be bored at the 16th Street Mall.


Denver Botanic Gardens

If you love plant life, the Denver Botanic Gardens is the place for you! This 24 acre garden houses over 15,000 species of plant life from all over the globe. There are 41 different gardens consisting of all different types of environments. You can even take a guided tour! This is great place to learn and have a good time!


Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater

Red Rocks is a world-renowned park that is composed of 900 acres of sandstone cliffs, hiking trails, and a natural amphitheater. The amphitheater hosts some of the world’s most popular bands and singers all summer long. They also host cannabis friendly concerts sometimes! There is so much going on at the park, you will not have time to do it all! This is the perfect place for those that love the outdoors.



Sports Authority Field

If you are a football fan, Sports Authority Field has you covered! Come watch the Denver Broncos play on their home turf in this massive stadium. It can seat up to 76,000 fans and has five different levels. You can also take a guided tour of the stadium and learn all about “Broncomania!”


Coors Brewery


Beer drinkers will love this one. Denver is not just known for wonderful shops and adventurous nightlife. It is also known for “Beer as cold as the Rockies.” The Coors Brewery will let you take a self-guided tour to learn their history, process, and what makes a Coors taste so good. This is a great place for any beer enthusiast!


United States Mint


If you have looked at a penny and saw a “D,” you might have wondered what it meant. Well if you visit Denver, CO, you will surely find out. At the United States Mint, you can take free guided tours that will show you the history of money and the process behind making it. You will have an excellent view of the “money-making machines” on their catwalk-like floor. This is great place to learn a little something about that change rattling in your pocket.



Sledding Hill Park


When winter comes roaring in, most folks bundle up and avoid the cold. Not in Colorado! Come embrace the winter weather at Sledding Hill Park! Here is a place where you can have a great time without having to trek up and down a mountain all day. Just run up the hill, hop on your sled, and off you go! This will provide hours of fun, free!


5280 Wine Tour Company


Most people think of Colorado as “beer country” not “wine country.” Well, 5280 Wine Tour Company is here to show you that Denver has some of the world’s finest wines! You are taken to three of Denver’s finest wineries and tasting rooms. You will try a plethora of wines from local farmers and across the globe. This is not just for a “wine snob” either, anyone 21 and older will enjoy this tour!


Evergreen Lake House


If ice skating is your thing, than we found the perfect spot for you! Evergreen Lake House is located in a small mountain village just outside of Denver. Here is where you will find a picturesque spot to skate, enjoy hot chocolate, and cozy up next to their big stone fireplace. They also offers ice fishing and broomball. Evergreen Lake House is where you can get the most out of your winter cannabis vacation.


Denver Museum of Nature and Science


The Denver Museum of Nature and Science is great place to spend time on one of those rainy spring days. The museum offers many exhibits from zoology to earth science, there is bound to be something that peaks your interest. There are many hands-on displays, an IMAX theater and even a planetarium! You can purchase memberships at amazing rates and get huge discounts! This is an exciting museum that will keep you entertained all day long!


History Colorado Center


Learn about our great state in this 7,000-square-foot museum. The History Colorado Center will take you back in time to the Old West with their Living West exhibit. You can learn about the people of Colorado and its amazing environment. The History Colorado Center is a great place for every history buff!


Wild Animal Sanctuary


This 720 acre animal sanctuary houses 290 lions, tigers, and bears (Oh my!), along with many other large carnivores. The Wild Animal Sanctuary has a mile-long path twenty feet above ground so you can safely view all the animals. Walk “A Mile Into the Wild” at the Wild Animal Sanctuary!