985 Hwy. 24
Limon, CO 80828
Phone: (719) 775-2867
Fax: (719) 775-2485
Colorado Springs boasts off excellent parks and recreation spaces, the Fox Run Regional Park being one of them. This vast stretch of greenery features well-maintained lawns and lovely ponds. Blessed with picturesque surroundings, its on-site gazebo makes for an excellent venue for weddings and wedding photography. And, sports enthusiasts need not fret, as the Fox Run park has outdoor facilities like playgrounds, sand volleyball court and a horseshoe pit. You can also head here for a short day trip as it is equipped with separate picnic pavilions complete with charcoal grills. Be it your gang of friends or your family, the Fox Run Regional Park befits requirements of different age groups. For details, check website.
Sunrise United Methodist Church believes in spreading the Word of God to all and preaching the way to lead a better life with hope and faith in Jesus. The church is bustling with activities like the choirs, wedding reception, classes for kids and adults, band rehearsals, Sunrise United Methodist dinner party and much more. Also there are programs conducted by the church supporting various causes like child and youth programs.
The Wildlife Experience is located at Parker, Colorado. This is a wildlife conservation museum and has various natural and historic exhibits, paintings and sculpture, photography and large-format films. This museum was opened in the year 2002 C.E as a part of wildlife conservation efforts.
Woodmen Valley Chapel works as a community that sermonizes spiritual growth through service to mankind. The chapel dons a rather modern appearance for something that is a congregation of believers of evangelical fellowship. Woodmen Valley Chapel follows Jesus Christ and his beliefs. Among several ministries of the chapel, entrusting faith in others is one that helps people realize the value of love. There's ministry for most social living as sports and recreation, bookstore, employment, women and children.
Centennial Center Park is located in the heart of its namesake city, within a short distance of the Centennial Civic Center. Sprawling across 11 acres (4.5 hectares), it is an award-winning landscape for family recreation. It features lush greenery, picnic tables, a playground and water park for children. Their shelter, plaza and amphitheater can be rented out for private functions and community events.
It's as if George's Union Station pumps zest into the life of people in the city—the place is that zippy! The stage and acoustics at this music club is just too good. Every single person in the crowd is bound to get swayed with the music that the band plays here every time. You are in for a great treat at Union Station after a tiring day; fun, fashion and spirit define this place well.
If you need a temporary reprieve from the city bustle, take in a bit of nature at this local state park. The Cherry Creek Reservoir is the focal point of the park and is a haven for fishing, sailing, swimming and skiing. Numerous nature trails snake through the park offering hikers a chance to see wildlife, while bikers, runners and roller bladers utilize the paved trails and roads. Camping and horse back riding are available. The nature center offers various classes in subjects like aquatic entomology and falconry.
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. Denver International Airport Mosque is the city's solution to all those who are religious. The mosque provides facilities to Muslims to offer their prayers and also conducts various services pertaining to the Muslim culture. The strategic location of the mosque enables all to offer their prayers in a calm and sanctified environment.
When entering and leaving Denver International Airport, it's hard to miss Mustang. The 32-foot tall bright blue fiberglass horse with the glowing red eyes stands at the center of the arrivals/departures loop. Mustang is the final work by southwestern sculptor Luis Jimenez, who was nearly finished with the commission when the torso fell off the unfinished sculpture and crushed him to death in 2006. Mustang was later finished by other sculptors and moved to its home at the airport. Though Mustang is sometimes referred to by detractors as the Demon Horse of DIA, the statue is definitely one of Denver's defining sites. -Sabrina Zirakzadeh
This 193-acre park offers more recreation and entertainment options than most cruise ships. Besides the usual park offerings of tennis courts, ball fields, jogging paths and picnic shelters, it also offers swimming, fishing and sailing on Prospect Lake, as well as year round ice skating and hockey in the Sertich Ice Center. The park also plays host to the Colorado Balloon Classic and the annual 4th of July Celebration. Picnic shelters can be reserved in advance for family picnics and such.
The Cadet Chapel, part of the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs is a multi-religious center that is known best for its precise architecture. Made of hundred identical tetrahedrons of aluminum and glass, it has a spectacular display of kaleidoscopic colors on the inside, due to the effect of sunlight on the windows. There are 17 spires that rise to a height of 150 feet (46 meters). It consists of Protestant, Jewish, Catholic and Buddhist worship rooms. There is a Falcon Room for pagan followers while the All-Faiths Room accommodates other religions.
This scenic pine filled campus with a Rocky Mountain backdrop is home to America's future Air Force officers. Enter Colorado's third most popular attraction at the North Gate for a glimpse of a B-52 bomber. Travel six miles to the visitor center, chock-full of exhibits, short films and a gift shop. Tour the stunning Cadet Chapel with 17 magnificent spires reaching 150 feet into the sky. Or check out Falcon Stadium where the Air Force Falcons Football team plays, and keep an eye above where the skies are colored with cadets practicing parachuting and flying Thunderbird jets.