Aurora is one of the most active cities in Colorado. After skiing season, there are plenty of warm weather excursions in Aurora. So when the weather warms up outside, take a look at the list below, and start planning your activities for the spring and summer.
Check Out the Aurora Reservoir
Without a doubt, you won’t want to miss the Aurora Reservoir. The reservoir spans more than 31,000 acres. There are three separate coves; Marina, Lone Tree, and Senac. The green space itself is stunning, but the reservoir also offers a wide variety of outdoor activities. You can go hiking, biking, and jogging along countless miles of trails. You might also want to take your boat out to the reservoir and go fishing – you’ll find (and hopefully catch) catfish, walleye, and trout.
Visit Cherry Creek State Park
You will undoubtedly want to explore the outdoors at Cherry Creek State Park as well. This area has been called Denver’s playground, making it a fantastic opportunity when the weather warms up. The park is more than 800 acres, and there is always something fun going on during the summer. You can go horseback riding, picnicking, or camping. You might even want to swing by the local shooting range.
Swing By Havana Street For Some Live Entertainment
This neighborhood was designed in 2007 to create a lively location for events, visitors, and small businesses. There are dozens of events on Havana Street throughout the year, including live music, barbecue festivals, art events, and car shows. Hundreds of businesses line this street, so consider grabbing a bite to eat while checking out the spring and summer entertainment. The street itself is approximately four miles long, and you can find it between 6th Avenue and Dartmouth Avenue.
Explore These Warm Weather Excursions From The Legacy at Fitz
Ultimately, there is no shortage of outdoor fun when the weather warms up. If you want easy access to the best spring and summer outdoor entertainment in Aurora, then consider making your next home at The Legacy at Fitz. Make sure you put yourself in the heart of the action when the weather warms up outside.
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