Aside from The Vivos Institute, Denver offers a variety of beautiful and exciting entertainment. From National Parks to baseball stadiums, there is something for everyone on your team to enjoy.
Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Park
The Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge is one of the largest urban refuges in the country. It is a sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle of busy urban life where time moves at nature’s pace. With its expansive views, wildlife viewing opportunities, and recreation activities, it’s easy to take a nature escape! The Refuge is open sunrise to sunset daily and closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day.
Morrison Nature Center
250 beautiful acres of riparian woodland! This property is often referred to as a hidden gem because of its quiet, well maintained trails and the abundance of plant and animal species that call it home. When you visit, don’t forget to stop by the Morrison Nature Center to pick up a map, learn about the interesting history of the site, and to see our ambassador animals the western box turtle, bull snake and tiger salamander.
Standing at the edge of the Front Range, Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center showcases the state’s alpine charm and offers guests a welcome reprieve from the typical mountain resort stay. From our thrilling Arapahoe Springs Water Park, to an exciting lineup of family-friendly activities and entertainment, there’s something for the entire family to enjoy. Guests can explore the beautiful Grand… Visit Website
The 76-acre Coors Field stands at 20th and Blake streets in Denver’s lower downtown/Ballpark Neighborhood. Fans sitting in the first-base and right-field areas are treated to a spectacular view of the Rocky Mountains. Every year since it opened in 1995, Coors has been a league leader in attendance.