Civic Center Park, Denver
Categories: Nature & Parks
Park conservancies are an outgrowth of private citizens wanting to do more for public spaces than government can do on its own. Gaining steam across the U.S. over the past three decades, conservancies of varying sizes and models have been established out of concern for parks that government entities had neither the capacity nor the resources to maintain, program or enhance adequately. Conservancies are private, non-profit, park-benefit organizations that partner with government but raise money independently to invest in parks under action plans mutually agreed upon with their government partners. Key examples include the Central Park Conservancy, the Battery Park Conservancy and the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy.Arrange to visit Civic Center Park and other attractions in Denver using our Denver family vacation planner.
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Every time you future downtown and you usually, on the weekends, find something going on for the people, free concerts, community celebrations, Athletic launches or parades, Holidays the area are lite... read more »
The park has food trucks during lunch hour three days a week and thankfully we visited on a day they were there. Lines upon lines of food trucks. Excellent food (plenty of choices) and great atmospher... read more »
This is a beautiful park & great to go to events at; i.e. Taste of Colorado. Unfortunately it's a little rough when there's no other events going on. There are quite a few homeless people there. Most ... read more »
Love Denver's dynamic layout. Full of life and flowers. Lots of homeless but...that's another story.... Nonetheless, all directions you look, there's fantastic architecture and it just never gets old.
A wonderful eclectic park in the middle of downtown Denver. Various almost random architecture and beautiful flower beds. Home to odd squirrels that may or may not be under the influence. Great views and in walking distance to the Colorado State Capitol, the Denver County Court and the Denver Art Museum. Like the rest of downtown Denver there are lots of young seeming well off drug addicts / homeless here. This is a phenomenon quite unique to Denver.
Stunning venue, beautiful park and perfect weather. It doesn't get much better than this!
Lots of events happen here, from a string of food trucks lined up for lunch hour, to 4th of July fireworks, to Christmas lights in the winter, to the Taste of Colorado. The architecture is pretty and the park is best enjoyed moving on foot. Hanging out may be less desirable as there seems to be a constant homeless presence.
Beautiful park. I went for the Puerto Rican Festival and people were allowed to have chairs and blankets on the grass to enjoy the beautiful weather. It was lovely.
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