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Head to Inlet Bay Marina, 4314 Shoreline Dr., to rent a boat, canoe, kayak, paddleboard or hydrobike.9. We have a whopping 21 breweries so even if some don't offer tours they're likely good for a relaxing patio beer instead. Head to Estes for the day With US 34 reopened for the summer, getting to Estes Park is easier.
Head out for a hike in Rocky Mountain National Park and end your afternoon with a beer or meal in Estes.
Know the dangers involved and tube at your own risk. To celebrate, pedal yourself to work on Fort Collins' annual Bike to Work Day June 28. stop at one of the 50 free breakfast stations scattered around the city. The Drake Road Farmers Market will run from 10 a.m. Enjoy three days of free music with Bohemian Nights at New West Fest. Have a slice of Me Oh My pie Hop on your bike and head northwest of Fort Collins to the riverside town of Laporte.While you're there, eat as the locals do by grabbing a cup of coffee and slice of pie at Me Oh My Coffee and Pie at 3522 W.Thirteen donated pianos will be rolled out as part of the project and most will be painted for all to see under the Art in Action tent at the south side of Old Town Square. Catch a theater in the park performance It's all for one and one for all as Open Stage Theater Co.'s production of "The Three Musketeers" runs under the stars at the Park at Columbine Health Systems on various dates until July 1. Tickets range from to and are available online at Catch a concert series show Try the Lagoon Summer Concert Series at Colorado State University for free Wednesday night concerts from June 14 to Aug. Bohemian Nights' Thursday Night Live series brings free concerts to Old Town Square Stage each Thursday evening through Aug. Ben & Jerry's Friday Afternoon Club (FAC) concerts run from 7 p.m.
Saturdays and Sundays from May through September.3. The city operates one outdoor pool, City Park Pool, which offers daily admission for $7 for adults, $6 for youth (2-17) and free for children under 2. June 10, toys, a splash pad, face-painters and over-sized coloring books will take over Old Town Square during this free, family-friendly event.5.