Lakeside Amusement Park
When your group travels to Denver, you should consider checking out the entertainment at the Lakeside Amusement Park. It is located on a picturesque lake. The location has been in operation since 1908. Visitors can enjoy riding rides and playing fun games in the course of the visit.
The park has thrill rides, family-friendly rides, and rides made for the kids. Group members can check out rides such as the Cyclone Coaster, the Wild Chipmunk, Zoom, the Train, Bumper Cars, Go-karts, the Tilt-a-Whirl, and the Scrambler. The Cyclone Coaster is a wooden Ace Coaster that was constructed in 1940. Visitors will depart from a beautiful Art Deco loading station. Prior to starting up the first lift hill, the track enters a winding, pitch black tunnel which is known as the tunnel of love. Zoom is a 150-foot high drop tower. The Wild Chipmunk is a 1955 mouse coaster. In the center of the park, group members will see the skeletal remains of the Staride which was a Ferris Wheel-type ride. Even though it is rusty, the historic ride looks like a sculpture.
In the course of your group visit to Lakeside Amusement Park, you will want to check out the historic 150-foot-tall tower which is known as the Tower of Jewels. The structure was constructed in 1907. It is covered with an estimated 5,000 lights and is part of the original entrance complex that housed the Casino Theater. At night, Lakeside glows with the lights on the Tower of Jewels. There is also a vast display of neon lights ornamenting the many Art Deco structures that are located throughout the park.
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