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All reviews play volleyball rec center goose poop great playground running path rent a paddle boat large lake flower beds green space people watching great place to walk nice walk all ages visiting denver geese lakes picnic
If you live here you would enjoy and outing in the park and if you are a visitor, a run or walk or picnic is great fun. Summertime flowers are stunning and fall colors are magnificant. Great for runners, tennis players, walkers, families.
I love this park! So much to do! I generally go there to jog. It has an inner loop road around two lakes for jogging, biking, walking, etc. an outer dirt trail which i have heard is 2.5 miles fir joggers. In the summer they...More
It was over 20 years ago, that we last visited Washington Park – back when we lived in Denver. Though we have managed to get back to town a few times, this was the first time that we had a few non-business moments, so revisited...More
Let's see, 2 lakes, gorgeous flower beds, a great running trail (with a water fountain near the tennis courts)...this is my favorite park in Denver. If you have the chance to see the view of the mountains from the SE side of the park at...More
I live right next to Cheesman Park but I like to go to Wash Park to mix things up. The outer path of Wash Park is around 2.8 miles and can get crowded on nice days. They do have some picnic tables around the park...More
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So from what I know, no...! I don’t believe you need to reserve it ahead of time however, it depends on how large this event is and/or which part of the park you are interested in having your celebration at. For... More
So from what I know, no...! I don’t believe you need to reserve it ahead of time however, it depends on how large this event is and/or which part of the park you are interested in having your celebration at. For instance, the Washington Park boathouse/pretty building on the lake (?) is something you most likely need to rent. But if you mean those picnic tables by the botanic garden side with the children’s playground ( more on the Downing Street side) then no, I really don’t think you need to. I would just show up early to plant your stake...! Also, I’ve seen some fabulous parties held there with loud music and everything so it could be quite an amazing time! Enjoy and hope it works out for you : )
Try scoping the Denver Parks and Recreation site ( I’m sure you’ve already looked at this but just in case).