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Aurora Sports Park
At 220 acres in size, Aurora Sports Park is one of the Denver area's largest sports complexes. Home to 12 baseball/softball fields and 23 soccer/multi-use fields, the park attracts athletes and their families from all over Colorado and beyond to Aurora.
The complex hosts major local, state, and national championships and tournaments, welcoming cross-country, football, rugby, and lacrosse events. Guests at Aurora Sports Park can also enjoy an easy day at the park's 5 concession areas, 4 playgrounds, and 7 picnic shelters.
Budweiser Events Center
Owned by Larimer County, the 7,200-seat Budweiser Events Center is a multi-purpose arena set in northern Colorado in the city of Loveland. The center is found at the Larimer County Fairgrounds & Events Complex – also known as "The Ranch."
Opened in 2003, the Budweiser Events Center is home to indoor sports teams like the ECHL Colorado Eagles, the IFL Colorado Ice, and the PASL-Pro Colorado Lightning. The Budweiser Center also hosts concerts and special events.
Cañon City Rodeo Grounds
Operated by the Cañon City Rodeo Association, the Cañon City Rodeo Grounds is located in south-central Colorado in Canon City. Set in the Centennial State’s Royal Gorge Region, the rodeo grounds are found along Highway 50, south of the Arkansas River.
The Cañon City Rodeo Grounds is the site of the annual Royal Gorge Rodeo during the first weekend of May. Held since 1872, this Apple Blossom Days rodeo is known as “Colorado's Oldest Continuous Rodeo.”
Rocky Mountain baseball fans have made their way to Coors Field every summer since 1995, where Major League Baseball's Colorado Rockies play all their home games. The 50,000 capacity ball park is located in the Denver metropolitan area and is synonymous with big hits and crushed home runs.
Located directly behind right field is the Blue Moon Brewery at The Sandlot restaurant, where fans can catch a bite to eat without missing a single pitch. Coors Field is no stranger to the national stage – both the 2007 World Series and 1998 All-Star Game took place at Coors Field.
Located in the heart of the Mile High City, the Pepsi Center is a multipurpose arena giving a home a to three different Colorado professional sports teams – the Denver Nuggets of the NBA, the Colorado Avalanche of the NHL, and the Colorado Mammoth of the NLL all have shared the arena since 1999.
The arena is located in the metropolitan Denver area and has hosted numerous national events over the years. The 2008 democratic national convention, first-rate concerts, multiple all-star games, league championships, and many more have all utilized the versatility at the Pepsi Center.
Sports Authority Field
Originally known as Mile High Stadium, newly dubbed Sports Authority Field at Mile High is the proud home of the National Football League's Denver Broncos. Located centrally in the Denver metropolitan area, the NFL stadium has been open since 2001, seating over 76,000 fans on Sundays every fall.
Boasting easy access and comfort, the stadium also has the ability to seat approximately 50,000 fans for famed concerts, festivals and other large, competitive sporting events. Not to mention, fans of professional lacrosse have caught all of the MLL's Denver Outlaw games at Mile High since 2006.