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Cherry Creek Trail and Bike Path
The Cherry Creek Trail, which runs 40 miles from Douglas County to Confluence Park in Downtown Denver, is one of the metro area's treasures.  Cyclists, walkers, and runners enjoy varied scenery as they travel beside Cherry Creek.  The Trail began hundreds of years ago when the Native Americans and settlers traveled on the Cherokee Trail, which ran along the eastern side of the Creek.  In the late 1800's, there weary travelers rested at miles houses, like the Four Mile House, along the way for a meal, a good night's sleep, and a place to rest their horses. 

Denver Bike Path Map

Four Mile Historic Park
The 12-acre Four Mile Historic Park, a stage stop from 1860 to 1864, stands on the banks of Cherry Creek and features one of the Colorado's oldest standing structures, pioneer exhibits, special events for all ages, and guided tours that transport visitors to Colorado's frontier past.

Glendale Sports Center
The Glendale Sports Center is a state-of-the-art fitness facility loaded with amazing features, including cardio and strength equipment (Technogym), free weights, group fitness classes, TRX, upscale locker rooms, yoga, spinning, personal training, a full basketball court, and so much more.

Additionally, the Center offers SilverSneakers programs, YMCA child care, a teen center, summer camp, youth sports programs, a vibrant music, dance, and arts education program for all ages, as well as community events, table tennis, social programs, educational seminars, and adult sports.

Each year, 1,600 Summer Camp kids from across the metro area come to Infinity Park for a Rugby Camp sponsored through the City of Glendale, the Glendale Raptors Rugby Club, and the YMCA.  The Glendale Sports Center is in the hub of the exciting changes that are remaking the City of Glendale.

Infinity Park
Infinity Park is a municipally-owned sports, entertainment and events campus located in Glendale, Colorado, adjacent to the City’s Municipal Center. The campus comprises most of an eight-block area located two blocks east of Colorado Boulevard, with its borders extending from Kentucky Avenue to Mississippi Avenue on the north and south, and Cherry Street to Birch Street on the east and west. Infinity Park includes an event center, a fitness and recreation center, a high-altitude athletic training facility, an expansive outdoor park, and a rugby stadium with a 4,000-person capacity.

Infinity Park Event Center

Infinity Park Event Center is a state-of-the-art event venue nestled in the heart of Glendale, next to the Cherry Creek shopping district, minutes from downtown Denver. The Event Center is the ideal place to hold your next customized event with our unique indoor and outdoor spaces.

  • 8,600-square-foot International Ballroom
  • Premier event production
  • Conference rooms
  • Indoor and outdoor spaces
  • 240,000 sq. ft. of event space

Infinity Park South
Infinity Park includes a beautiful, green open space for its residents and the surrounding community. This eight-acre park — located immediately south of the city of Glendale civic campus — and 4,000-seat rugby stadium includes such amenities as walking/jogging paths, public lawns, picnic tables, barbecue grills, and free wireless throughout. Also featured are a park pavilion and multi-purpose sports field. While the sports field is a 70m x 100m IRB-sanctioned synthetic-turf rugby field, it is a great space for many types of field activities: football, soccer, lacrosse, frisbee, and more!

Rent the stadium and park for a private event.

High Altitude Training Center
The High Altitude Training Center at Infinity Park is a facility for elite athletes, features a high-performance strength and conditioning room, recovery room and video classroom, adjacent to two full-size sports fields.