Things to do in Colorado for President’s Day weekend

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It’s President’s Day and Valentine’s Day that are just around the corner. One of the most anticipated weekends of this leap-year February 2016. There is plenty to do in Denver, go local this weekend and enjoy some of the many activities around. Enjoy Colorado’s nature in the cool weather, go snowshoeing or enjoy the city. Here are some activities for President’s weekend and Valentine’s in Colorado.

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Best things to do in Valentine’s in Colorado

Southwest Rink at Skyline Park
On the corner of Arapahoe and 16th Sts.

Nothing more romantics that holding hands while you’re skating around this rink that is completely¬†free. Cheapest date ever if you have your skates! If you don’t have, don’t worry. You can rent some for $2.

Enjoy a Hot Spring

While the snow melts, it’s quite romantic to enjoy a private tub in one of the many places that offer these rich waters. Options like Wiesbaden Hot Springs, Dunton Hot Springs and Indian Springs Resort are ideal getaways.

Activities for President’s weekend

Red Rocks Park & Amphitheater

Enjoy a hike in this beautiful park visited by thousands every year. On non-event days, the park opens one hour before sunrise and closes one hour after sunset. You can also attend The Gregg Stone Mass Wedding for free on Valentine’s! Read more information on their site.

Denver History Tours

If your plan is to stick around, then it’s the time to do some historical site-seeing! What better time than in George Washington’s Day weekend? There are walking tours, bus tours, presentations, overnight camps and more. Read more information on Denver History Tours.

Denver Skyline

Don’t miss out on any of the fun and entertainment that you can find this President’s Day weekend in Denver. Read more about ways in which your pet can help the environment and where to buy unique green furniture in Colorado.