Neighborhood Scavenger Hunt
Broomfield is a great place to live. But you already know that - You live here! Yet many residents DON’T know that Broomfield is a great place to DO: hiking, biking, attending concerts, learning history, and more. This neighborhood scavenger hunt is designed to introduce you to things you may not have realized Broomfield offers!
Besides learning about the awesome place you live, there’s even more incentive: Complete 10 items and get a free souvenir cup (while supplies last) at the Broomfield Brew HaHa October 14!
To receive your souvenir cup:
1. Explore your neighborhood! Complete 10 of the 14 activities.
2. Complete and cut out the Brochure's attached card and bring it to the check-in table at the Broomfield Brew HaHa on Sat, Oct. 14, 2017, from noon to 5 p.m. at Arista Park on Arista Place.
3. Get your souvenir cup (while supplies last) and purchase beer tickets to enjoy local beer!
Complete 10 of these 14 activities:
3 Community Park Rd.
Program fees and hours vary - check website
Check out more than books at the Broomfield Public Library. STEAM programs for kids, online High School diploma program, events like a lantern parade and Maker programs, are all offered by Broomfield’s unexpectedly diverse library.
1 W. Flatiron Crossing Dr.
Sun - Sat 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Broomfield’s local mall has shops, restaurants and entertainment. Shop at the Flatirons Crossing Mall.
Over 30 pieces of public art have been permanently installed in Broomfield. Keep your eye out for these and many more!
“Flight” by Frank Swanson (County Commons - 13200 Sheridan Blvd)
“Morning Gathering” by Gilberto Romero (County Commons - 13200 Sheridan Blvd)
“Brozovich Beacon” by Tim Upham (Sienna Park - Lowell Blvd & Sheridan Parkway)
“911 Memorial” by Reynaldo (Sonny) Rivera (Community Park - Spader Way)
“Lotus” by Matt Cartwright (Tom Frost Reservoir - Midway Blvd & Lowell Blvd.)
For maps, visit Broomfield.org/PublicArt
A vast, 281-mile trail system leads walkers, runners and cyclists around Broomfield and its parks and open space, which is currently 34.1% of Broomfield’s land. Try one of these popular trails:
The Lake Link Trail - Eleven uninterrupted miles across Broomfield, east-west, linking lots of scenic water bodies
The Broomfield Trail - When complete, it will connect Broomfield north-south
The Southeast Community Loop Trail - Passes through the Civic Center area
The Rock Creek Trail - Spans from Superior to Erie along Broomfield’s western border
Download a map at Broomfield.org/TrailMap
Broomfield is home to four homegrown breweries. Try an IPA or a Stout at one or all!
Rails End Beer Company (11625 Reed Ct. B)
Wonderland Brewing Company (5450 W. 120th Ave.)
Nighthawk Brewery (2780 Industrial Ln.)
4 Noses Brewing Company (8855 W. 116th Cir. #4)
Broomfield boasts 700 acres of developed parks. Find the perfect park for your next outdoor get together. Visit some of our favorites:
Northmoor - A nice park with many amenities: tennis, basketball, soccer, baseball and a playground
Anthem Community Park - This park has an outstanding view of the Front Range
Lac Amora - A scenic park, home to Josh’s pond and popular trails
East Park - A very beautiful park with mature cottonwoods
Broomfield Community Park - A hub of the community that houses City and County Buildings, ballfields, tennis courts and a skatepark
Interactive Park Map at Parks.Broomfield.org
11450 Broomfield Lane
Enjoy an evening out at Arista. The 1stBANK Center rocks with numerous concerts, family shows and events.
Go Old School
Calling all history buffs! Did you know when US36 opened, a dog named Shep greeted tollbooth customers? He was such a beloved mascot, his grave is still a visiting site. Learn all the interesting facts about your hometown at one of Broomfield’s two museums:
Broomfield Depot Museum (2201 W. 10th Ave.) Broomfield.org/Depot
Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum (12 Garden Center) BroomfieldVeterans.org
Frolfing (Disc Golf)
Broomfield has golf courses and sport fields. AND... TWO Frisbee Golf Courses! Bring your own Frisbee and go Frolfing right in your backyard!
South Midway Park Course (W. 4th Ave. and W Garnet St.)
East Interlocken Disc Golf Course (Interlocken Pkwy and Interlocken Blvd )
Paul Derda Rec Center (13201 Lowell Blvd.)
Broomfield Community Center (280 Spader Way)
Fees and hours vary
The City and County runs two recreation centers, providing recreation and fitness opportunities for all ages. Get a workout on one of 60+ pieces of cardio equipment, register to play in a Tuesday night basketball league and more.
Broomfield Dog ParkNorth lot at 13200 Sheridan Blvd.
No fee; open dawn to dusk
Bring your furry friend to Broomfield’s fully-fenced, off-leash dog park. The recently remodeled park has two areas (giving small and big dogs their own space,) trees, shade structures, seating and agility features.
Bike Denver to BoulderUS36 Bikeway is a newly completed “Highway for Cyclists!” The 18-mile, 12-foot-wide Bikeway features protective barriers from motorists, underpasses and way-finding signage. Get around on two wheels!
Register to vote online
One Descombes Drive
Make a difference where you live. To vote in upcoming elections (local, State or Federal,) make sure to update your voter registration. Broomfield’s online system makes it easy!
Free events at the Audi3 Community Park Rd.
Broomfield's 288-seat auditorium hosts a variety of performers, including a free series in February. The adjacent outdoor Amphitheater is in full swing, with a free Summer Concert Series on Wednesdays. Bring a picnic to Community Park to enjoy a new band each week!