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Lakewood (Colorado)

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Lakewood is a city in the Denver Area.

Understand[edit]

Lakewood is the most populous county in Jefferson County and the fifth largest city in Colorado.


Get in[edit]

By Car[edit]

Renting[edit]

With Aurora's considerable sprawl, car rentals are the most convenient form of transportation for visitors. Local companies tend to offer better prices, but national chains might be more convenient as far as return policies and hours.Rental companies include most major car rental chains

Weather Conditions Drivers who are used to warmer climates should be advised that the colder weather months (Nov-Feb) often bring snow and ice to area roads. Visitors who park their cars should be prepared in case their car is "snowed in" by snow removal trucks. Also, strict attention to parking rules and snow emergencies is recommended to avoid being towed away at the car owner's expense. During the winter months, a snow brush, ice scraper, and plenty of windshield washer fluid is essential, and many natives opt to carry a shovel, some sand, and a bag of ice melt/road salt in the trunk just in case.

By Plane[edit]

By plane then you are coming from Denver International Airport which isn't too far away. Denver International Airport [1], (IATA: DEN, ICAO: KDEN). Commonly referred to as DIA. It is located about 20 miles to the east of downtown Denver. Frontier Airlines, United Airlines, and Southwest Airlines all maintain hubs at the airport in Concourses A, B, and C respectively. Most other major domestic carriers also have service here.

Get around[edit]

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  • Bear Creek Lake Park, 15600 West Morrison Road, 303-697-6159, [1]. Offers sailing, camping and fishing with other recreational activities with 15 miles of dirt trails encompassing 2,600 acres  edit
  • Kendrick Lake Park, 9351 W Jewell Ave, [2]. A park with a lake in the middle of it. Over a mile loop of paved trails around the park. Has playgrounds and also fishing.  edit
  • William Frederick Hayden Park on Green Mountain.  edit
  • Bear Creek Greenbelt, 2800 S. Estes St., 303-987-7800, [3].  edit

Reservoir[edit]

Lakewood has 3 reservoirs to go to. The largest one being Main then Smith then East.


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  • Firehouse Subs, 650 S Wadsworth Blvd, (303) 934-1552, [4]. Part of the national franchise, known for having over 30 diffrent types of hot sauces, they also steam their subs to retain the flavor edit  edit
  • Which Wich Superior Sandwiches, 14225 W Colfax Dr, (303) 271-9424, [5].  edit

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Contact[edit]

Get out[edit]

Routes through Lakewood
Grand JunctionGolden  W noframe E  DenverSterling
Steamboat SpringsGolden  W noframe E  DenverLimon




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