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Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center
6700 N Gaylord Rockies Blvd, Aurora, CO 80019 



The special ODTUG Kscope23 rate of $249.00 per night for Saturday June 24 - Thursday, June 29 is available through June 1, 2023. 


Cancellations made within 45 days of arrival will forfeit one night's room and tax.



Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center stands at the edge of the Front Range, showcasing the state’s alpine charm, and offers guests a welcome reprieve from the typical mountain resort stay. From our thrilling Arapahoe Springs Water Park, to an exciting lineup of family-friendly activities and entertainment, there’s something for the entire family to enjoy. Guests can explore the beautiful Grand Lodge and its stunning mountain views, five delicious restaurants, bars, the world-class Relâche Spa, and a state-of-the-art fitness center. For those planning or attending their next meeting or event, the resort features over 500,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, 1,387 modern guest rooms, and 114 spectacular suites. With a fantastic water park, seasonal events, entertainment, and close proximity to local attractions, Gaylord Rockies Resort is the place where you can enjoy more of everything you love. 








Transportation

From the Denver International Airport (DEN) Airport



Leaving the airport, follow the signs for Terminal E and E 86th Avenue. Keep right to stay on E 86th Avenue, which turns slightly right and becomes Peña Boulevard. Continue on Peña Boulevard and take Exit 6A toward I-70S. Keep left at the fork to continue on Exit 28A, and merge onto Colorado E470 S. Take Exit 25 to E 64th Avenue in Adams County. Turn right onto N Gaylord Rockies Boulevard. 

Ground Transportation


 App-based transportation network providers are available with designated pick-up zones:

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Taxi Companies


 

Taxicabs are readily available and provide service to the Denver metro area and surrounding counties. Some companies may also provide service to other destinations within the state of Colorado. Check with your taxicab company of choice (or with your driver at the airport) for more information on fares and destinations served.

Public Transit



The A Line commuter train, operated by the Regional Transportation District (RTD), offers convenient transportation between DEN and downtown Denver. The closest stop to the Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center is at 61st and Peña Boulevard, located roughly three miles from your final destination. 

Click here for more information about transportation to and from the Denver International Airport. 

Things to do in Denver

Museums & Historical Attractions

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Since its Wild West beginnings, a rich tapestry of cultures have molded Denver into its modern form. Learn more through world-class museums and attractions like the Black American West Museum and Museo de las Americas. Get your hands on history at the History Colorado Center and Colorado Railroad Museum. And Denver Art Museum’s Indigenous Arts of North America collection includes more than 18,000 art objects, representing the heritage of cultures and tribes across the United States and Canada.

Denver Mint

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Learn how to make money, literally. Denver has one of two U.S. Mint  facilities in the country that offers free tours. The Colorado gold rush that began in 1858 brought thousands of miners and settlers to the territory, resulting in the founding of towns like Denver, Auraria, Breckenridge, and Golden. It also created a need to turn that newly discovered gold into currency, as the closest U.S. Mint facilities were in San Francisco to the west and New Orleans to the east — both a long, often treacherous haul by wagon.

Denver Brewery & Distillery Tours

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Get behind-the-scenes looks at Denver’s thriving beer scene, including the largest single-site brewery in the world, as well as specialty microbreweries. To enrich your experience even further, delve into the fine craft alcohol scene with tours of Denver's distilleries


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As one of Colorado’s most vital cultural cornerstones, Denver Zoo is dedicated to providing the communities we serve with an intimate, inspiring, and informative first-hand encounter with the wonders of nature. The 84-acre campus is an enchanting urban field station, where 3,000+ wonderful wild animals serve as ambassadors for their wild counterparts all over the world. 

Denver Street Art

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Denver street artists have been busy brightening (and enlightening) the urban landscape for decades by making canvases of the city’s alleyways, building exteriors, warehouses, garage doors, and storefronts. Now with local news source Westword reporting a proliferation of more than 100 new creations in just one summer, there’s more Denver street art to see in Denver than ever before. 

Denver Union Station

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Sit back, relax, and take in the view inside one of Denver's most iconic historic landmarks, Denver Union Station. Located in the heart of downtown Denver, the renovated 1914 Beaux-Arts train station is home to 10 chef-owned restaurants and bars, boutiques, and the 112-room Crawford Hotel. Union Station is also the transportation hub for The Mile High City, offering access to RTD's front-range bus route, the free 16th Street Mall shuttle, the free Downtown Denver Circulator, the FasTracks light rail line and Amtrak trains.

16th Street Mall 

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Designed by famed architect I.M. Pei, the pedestrian promenade is made of red, white and gray granite in a repeating pattern that, seen from above, resembles the skin of a diamondback rattlesnake. Free shuttle buses, dubbed the MallRide, travel up and down the 16th Street Mall, stopping on every corner. Hop on and hop off as the shuttles come and go every few minutes and make everything downtown easy to reach.

Downtown Aquarium

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Colorado may be landlocked, but that doesn't mean it doesn't have plenty of marine life for you and your family to gawk at. The Downtown Aquarium features fascinating sea creatures, sharks, and more. All in all there are more than 15,000 fish, mammals, and plants, including an exhibit of Sumatran tigers who love to swim. And if you're left with the urge to get a little wet yourself, you're in luck: the Swim with the Fish and Dive with the Sharks programs let you swim alongside giant groupers, Moray eels, guitarfish, sand tiger sharks, green sea turtles, and 400 of their closest friends.

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Plot your journey to where hoof meets road. Come face-to-face with the big-eyed gaze of amazing alpacas and farm critters just waiting to meet you. Say “howdy” to the folks who work the land, and get hands-on field trips at farms and ranches. Fill baskets with just-picked freshness. Get a taste fresh from the fields or have a sit-down with plenty of options.



Urban Hikes.jpgDenver is a city with boundless outdoor fun and has an ideal location next to the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. While The Mile High City is conveniently close to major peaks for hiking, there’s actually no need to head into the mountains when Denver’s regional trail system encompasses hundreds of miles for all ages and abilities to explore.