The National Park Service and Department of the Interior recently named Red Rocks Park and Mount Morrison Civilian Conservation Corps Camp a National Historic Landmark. Red Rocks Park, located in Morrison west of Denver, is renowned for having the only naturally occurring, acoustically perfect amphitheater in the world, which was built by men who lived at the camp. The diverse landscape attracts thousands of outdoor enthusiasts and even dinosaur fans year-round.
Meeting and incentive trip planners: Get ready to be surprised at the diverse range of lodging options available in Colorado from glamping tents, yurts and teepees to overnight accommodations in a jail, train station, castle and replica fort.
The 200-acre, family-owned Arapaho Valley Ranch has cabins, lodge rooms, glamping tents outfitted with southwestern flair, and 20-foot teepees equipped with queensized beds.