Civic Center Park/Capitol City Park, Denver

3.2
#10 of 20 in Parks in Denver
Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Park conservancies are an outgrowth of private citizens wanting to do more for public spaces than government can do on its own. Gaining steam across the U.S. over the past three decades, conservancies of varying sizes and models have been established out of concern for parks that government entities had neither the capacity nor the resources to maintain, program or enhance adequately. Conservancies are private, non-profit, park-benefit organizations that partner with government but raise money independently to invest in parks under action plans mutually agreed upon with their government partners. Key examples include the Central Park Conservancy, the Battery Park Conservancy and the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy.
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Civic Center Park/Capitol City Park reviews

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  • This park has plenty of food and has an excellent view of the State Capitol Building. I just wish there was more shade.  more »
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  • I had an awesome time in Denver for the greater greener conference. The park looks nice for the most part. Not sure if all those works were done because of the conference. I also observed a lot of homeless around the park which is typical for big city. The civic center was very nice, I love the art that are on display upstairs. The garden outside was nicely done but there is potential for better design and maintenance. Overall Denver is a great place to visit I must say a clean city as well. I love you Denver the mile high city.
  • They do a great job maintaining the lawn and garden area and there's a clean public restroom available. It's a great place to sit on a park bench and read. Or stroll through and admire the garden. However, there are homeless scattered about but they tend to keep to themselves. I have never had any issue with them.

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