5 Reasons to Visit Loveland, Colorado on Your Spring Break
The weather is getting warmer and Spring Break is upon us. Looking for a new place to explore with the family? Consider Loveland, Colorado, just 35 minutes east of Estes Park and 45 minutes to Denver. The city is home to sculpture parks, shopping, a variety of dining and drinking options, outdoor fun and more. Plan your spring break for a fun and affordable family getaway and check out these five reasons to visit.
1. It’s all fun and games
Colorado’s premier laser tag experience is in Loveland. Offering more than just laser tag, they also have escape rooms, virtual reality arcade, ropes course, bumper cars, climbing wall, arcade and more to keep the little ones (and the adults) entertained for hours.
2. Take a hike
The Keyhole formation at the Devil’s Backbone is a must-see, offering gorgeous views of the Rocky Mountains on a hike suitable for kids at a lower elevation to get you acclimated before heading to Rocky Mountain National Park.
Tip: stretch your legs at one of our sculpture parks.
3. Lock your love
Loveland is home to the largest LOVE lock sculpture of its kind at the Loveland Visitors Center. A large heart-shaped love lock sculpture can also be found at downtown Foundry Plaza. Buy and engrave a lock at the Visitors Center and visit both sculptures to lock your love with your family, friends or loved ones. #lovelandlovelocks.
4. Liquid arts
Warmer temperatures in March make it the perfect time to enjoy a wine flight and a charcuterie board on the Sweet Heart Winery patio. Prefer beer? Loveland has many kid-friendly breweries.
Tip: visit the Flipside for cocktails and arcade fun.
5. Dining choices
Loveland offers almost 200 dining options. No matter what budget or cuisine you desire, there’s a restaurant here that will make your mouth water and satisfy the entire family.
Tip: see our website for a list of restaurants.
Plan your trip and find more inspiration at VisitLovelandCO.com.