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Sports & Recreation in Denver South.

Professional teams cover an entire field of sports. World-renown resorts. Acres upon acres of open wilderness open for you to explore. Golf courses. Dude ranches. Colorado is just one giant playground for all sports lovers and families.

The South Metro Corridor is home to the spectacular scenery, parks, national forests, and open space for which Colorado is so well known. Although it is one of the fastest growing suburban areas in the United States over the last 15 years, the region has permanently preserved over 50,000 acres of natural open space, guaranteeing future generations the same breathtaking vistas and exotic wildlife only Colorado can offer. At the south end of the corridor, Lone Tree’s RidgeGate community has permanently preserved over 1,000 acres of open space in its parks and trails system, including a robust trail system in the area’s natural bluffs formation that links up with trail systems all over the metro area. Colorado truly has something for everyone, from world-class golf courses to internationally renowned ski resorts and 300 days of sunshine a year. Spend just one day in our lovely state and we’re sure you will want to make a home with us forever.

Colorado is one of only 13 cities to have a franchise in each of the four major professional sports leagues and has invested in three major sports/entertainment venues since 1995. Coors Field, Invesco Field at Mile High and the Pepsi Center are all nationally recognized both for design and functionality. Fans can also watch world-class soccer, lacrosse and rugby, as well as myriad other events that truly make Colorado one of a kind.

NFL Football

Denver Broncos

Major League Baseball

Colorado Rockies

NBA Basketball

Denver Nuggets

NHL Hockey

Colorado Avalanche

NLL Lacrosse

Colorado Mammoth

MLS Soccer

Colorado Rapids

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