Skyline Park is thought for its ice rink every winter, however now it is prepared for summer time.
DENVER — City Skate, the first-ever out of doors roller rink in downtown Denver, is now open.
The rink at downtown Denver’s Skyline Park might be open all through the summer time and thru Oct. 2.
Hosted by the Downtown Denver Partnership (DDP), City Skate additionally has free mini golf. The Skyline Beer Garden has additionally made a return, that includes rotating faucets from Colorado breweries all through the season.
Throughout the season, skating is free, with skate leases out there for $7 for youths 12 and beneath and $9 for these 13 and over.
“We’ve seen so much success with the Downtown Denver Rink during the winter months and wanted to find a way to bring that same experience to downtown employees, residents and visitors during the summer,” stated Sharon Alton, DDP Sr. Vice President of Downtown Experience. “We’re so excited to bring back the Skyline Beer Garden and free mini golf as part of City Skate to create a holistic outdoor destination for summer fun.”
City Skate’s working hours are Sunday by Thursday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
“[DDP] is committed to building a thriving and welcoming downtown Denver, and one way we do that is by creating beautiful and activated parks and public spaces,” stated Alton. “Activations like City Skate and Skyline Beer Garden are just one component of our strategy as we attract people and companies to downtown, creating a vibrant downtown ecosystem.”
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