The One Hikeable Lake Near Denver That’s Simply Breathtaking In The Fall
As the gorgeous changing colors of leaves have made their way down to the Denver metro area, you may be in search of a spectacular setting to take in all of this autumn beauty. A stroll around Crown Hill Lake in Jefferson County will transport you to a fall foliage wonderland without having to travel far.
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If you don’t have time to make it up to the mountains, Crown Hill Park offers a nearby location for experiencing all that colorful Colorado has to offer in the fall. The park can be found at 9357 W. 36th Ave. in Wheat Ridge.
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