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Search for the Hula-Hooping Pedestrian Crossing sign. I promise you it’s real.
some of the best grass in town. perfect for picnics or just a stroll.
Check it out this friendly gay park.
Great place to be out doors and photography, it's even fun just to drive around I'd your in the area.
Night of the Living dead could happen here with hipsters, hippies and gay people. Love hanging here to drink bloody marys on a nice day and people watch. Former cemetery. Theres stillsome bodies.
One of the best parks in the city! Beautiful, open and tons of people watching.
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This is a great park to run or take your dog for a nice walk or throw the ball. It can get busy on weekends. Beautiful sunset from the columns. If you are local ride your bike there & watch sunset
Running trail is 1.25 miles
Nice spot for reading
wiffleball every nice wednesday at 4:30pm. come play! NO JERKS!
Cheesman Park was named after Walter Cheesman at the start of the 20th century (1907); in fact, his family financed the beautiful, neoclassical pavilion you see on the eastern side of the park.
Running trail is 1.25 miles around :)
In the Fall, trees stop producing chlorophyll. The carotenoids present in the leaves can finally show through. The leaves become a bright mix of glowing yellows, warm oranges and comforting browns.
Go to the rose garden in the middle of the park and just sit. Breathe. And enjoy the peaceful mixture of nature and city noises.
Twas pretty chill.
Wonderful day to take Baxter for a walk.
Beautiful park. All types of sporting events. And a few crazy people!
They close the park to vehicles on the first Sunday of each month; in addition, they block off the entrances for certain holidays and special events.
Keep your dog on leash because the police have been known to give tickets!
The reason why I felt in love with Denver!
Great spot for running! One lap around the park is about 1.4 miles and pretty flat. Dog and kid friendly!
Has lasted the times as Colorado's gay community Mecca spots.
Take time out of your busy day to enjoy a slice of Nature. It's a great way to keep your sanity, and it's FREE!
This was Denver's first cemetery so the park is haunted. I even heard you can see a ghost floating around the pavilion some nights.... Beautiful park though! One of my favorites in Denver!
If you like to run, try getting to the track/path between 5 to 7 AM for a less-crowded experience.
The Walter Scott Cheesman Pavilion, dedicated in 1908, makes a fine dance floor.
Walked to the park and them once around. Now going to read and do the same to get back home.
Beautiful park to hang out at on a lazy Saturday.
Gr8 place to start your day with a walk...
Drink mimosas on Sundays!
Great running trail around the park and a very dog friendly atmosphere. Not as crowded or "spring break" feeling as Wash Park.
A nice and peaceful place!
Beautiful park... great for running and sports or my favorite, hooping.
Night dog walking!
With less water vapor in the air at this altitude, the sky really is bluer in Colorado. Is the grass greener, too? Because it kind of seems like it.
Yappy Hour is sparse today. But still it's a beautiful day in the park
Watch for hookers but a great park otherwise.
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In the 1800's cheeseman was denvers original grave yard until the city decided to make a park, and exumed all the bodys. The place is haunted. Go there at night.
Works will be soon over, can't wait!
Watch a sunset from the pavilion.Awesome view of the mountains.
Watch the Pride Fest Parade
Drive the speed limit on your way home from work. The park has a posted speed limit of 15mph. It's not a short cut, it's a park.
First Sundays of the month are auto free during the summer
Go for an early morning walk here. The park looks its best then!