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Legion Park is a fun place to be in for the entire family. It is home to the Living Memorial Gardens, the War Memorial and Christmas Box Angel of Hope, the first of its kind in the state. This lovely park also features a railroad display, fish pond where you can fish, gazebos, a skate park, tennis courts, a swimming pool, kids playground, baseball fields, a picnic area and horseshoe pits.
Aurora Sports Park is an important sports facility in Aurora, replete with a series of green fields spread over 220 acres (89.03 hectares) of land. Attracting more than three hundred thousand visitors in a year, this site boasts of 23 fields for playing soccer, 12 fields for softball and baseball practice, four playgrounds, seven shaded picnic spots and five concession areas. It hosts major sporting events, including games such as lacrosse and rugby. The fields can also be reserved for a tournament or private practice.
Designed by Richard Phelps in 1973, this 5,001-yard course which is laced with troublesome Sand Creek, is one of the more challenging executive courses in Denver. The signature 13th hole is a 529-yard par five bomb, with doglegs and two nasty bunkers. If time is a factor Springhills Golf Course is always a good option.
Centre Hills Golf Course features a large, lighted driving range as well as putting and chipping greens, making it an ideal place to work out the kinks in the game. Designed by Richard Phelps in 1973, the nine-hole, par three course actually offers some tough golf challenges, including a 200-yard sixth hole with a green surrounded by both water and traps. The course totals 1,305 yards and rates as a perfect introduction for beginners.
Although the course has only recently opened to the public, it proudly boasts of a long golfing tradition. Designed by the Army Corps of Engineers in 1939, it began with only three sand greens. Later, it became a favorite place among military personnel, including former President Dwight Eisenhower. Now the home of the National Toyota Golf Skills Challenge, the course features a yikes-what-is-this 585-yard, par-five 18th hole with a dogleg to the right and then to the left.