1415 Oakridge Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80525
Phone: (970) 206-4597
Fax: (970) 226-8614
1415 Oakridge Drive, Fort Collins, CO, US, 80525
- Phone: (970) 206-4597
- Fax: (970) 226-8614
Indoor play cafe for the kids ages 0-8. They also do birthdays, classes, events, and more.
This park offers an indoor swimming pool, disc golf course, tennis courts, BMX track, skate park, fishing, playground, picnic shelters and fishing.
Swetsville Zoo is not the place, where you can expect a lot of animals and creatures, well not live ones at least. That's right folks, this zoo have animals, bugs, birds and other creatures, all made out of scrap. This one would be quite the outing with your friends and family. Kids will certainly love it.
Beautiful park offering a racquet complex, platform tennis courts, sand volleyball, ball fields, picnic shelters and trail access. A pro shop is available on site from May to September.
Located in Fort Collins and spread over approximately 5000 acres, is the Colorado State University. Originally established in 1870 as the Colorado Agricultural College, it transitioned to Colorado State University in 1957. With an enrollment of approximately 27000 students, it is one of the biggest universities in Colorado. With state-of-the-art facilities for research in diseases and environmental sciences, it offers 150 study programs within their colleges and is one of the leading research universities in the United States.
Situated on 14 acres adjacent to Blue Heron Lake in Fort Collins, Colorado, "this beautifully designed park and family entertainment center" offers two mini-golf courses, a
Features and services of this library include Internet access, technology classes, story times, special programs and an array of books and reference materials.
The Fort Collins Brewery was originally established in 2003, with its focus on three German lagers. Under a new management in 2004, the brewery expanded to produce international varieties of ales. In 2010, the brewery moved to its present location on Lincoln Avenue. Boasting 30,000 square feet (2787.09 square meters) of space, the expansive area gave The Fort Collins Brewery an additional boost. Weekly tours around the brewery take visitors through the brewing process. The tour ends in a tasting session, wherein guests can sample their special brews like 1900 Amber, Chocolate Stout, Doppel Bock and Maibock.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this two story house was built for Franklin and Sara Avery and was built of sandstone from local quarries. Also features a gazebo, fountain and carriage house.
The Avery House is a grandiose historic house that belonged to the reputed Avery family. Ensconced amidst the scenic environs of Fort Collins, this stately house boasts of a stunning 19th century design. The house with its tastefully decorated interiors, the fountain, the gazebo and the carriage house all stand testimony to the grandeur and magnificence that the structure possesses. Although, this grand home is visited by tourists all year round, it also serves as an event space for receptions, weddings and meetings. Call for details.
Inspired by his travels to Belgium and the fantastic brews he sampled throughout the journey, Jeff Lebesch got back to brew his own beer. The initial success and appreciation gave way to the forming of this now award-winning brewery. Fat Tire Ale is the brewery's single most successful beer and has also inspired bicycle tours! Tours are available on all the days, the brewery remains open and takes visitors to a delightful journey of brewing and the history of New Belgium. There are lots of tasting opportunities throughout the tour. You can also chill out with one of their brews at the tasting room. Check website for schedule and more.
A variety of activities and amenities are available at this park including basketball courts, fishing, horseshoes, softball and baseball fields, soccer and football fields, tennis courts, fitness course, and picnic areas.