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715 S Forest St, Denver, CO | Directions 8024639.702949 -104.927370
What a great way to spend an afternoon! This is a fun activity, especially if you have children, or are a nanny/babysitter. I've never seen a staff work so hard to educate the patrons and kids on the history of the park. Visited for three hours, and the time just flew by. Thumbs way up!
An 11-acre preserved park surrounding Four Mile House (1859), the oldest standing structure in Denver. – In Short
The park used to be 600 acres but was whittled down over the decades. In danger of extinction, the site was saved in 1979 and still preserves some features from the 19th century. Three different styles of barns dot the landscape along with chicken coops, a root cellar and a pan pond, where children can actually try their hand at panning for gold. Many visit the 11-acre grounds in correlation with the Four Mile House.
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