Nightlife may sound like a topic that may not be associated with young children, especially when visions of nightclubs and popping into the quaint breweries and pubs that dot the area. Although parents may enjoy an occasional adult-only vacation, sans kids, there are plenty of options to explore and enjoy with your whole family after the sun goes down!

Kid-Friendly Pubs

Sure, it may not sound like an appropriate idea for some, but there are a variety of family-friendly pubs and restaurants in Glenwood Springs. One such place is the Glenwood Canyon Brewpub, which has a variety of craft beers for the adults, while the homemade root beer is tasty enough to tantalize the taste buds of several generations. As a bonus, kids’ meals are served up on a souvenir frisbee! Meals vary greatly, with kids having options that include flatbread cheese pizza, burgers, and grilled chicken breasts. Glenwood Canyon Brewpub also has menu items that cater to food allergies or special dietary restrictions – so it’s a win-win for everyone in the family!

Mini Golf

Who doesn’t love a round of golf where you are able to hit the ball through a windmill and navigate around several water obstacles and bridges? If you are looking for a family-friendly outdoor activity, look no further than Johnson Park Mini Golf. While mini golf is fun just about any hour of the day, once the sun sets, the courses become lit up with a welcoming and fun ambiance. The park is open from 10:00 am to 8:30 pm. If a fun experience that you can enjoy outside with your kids. If being surrounded by nature and waterfalls sounds like a great time, then make sure to put Johnson Park Mini Golf on your travel itinerary!

The Glenwood Hot Springs

Soak up the Springs

One of the more famous attractions found in Glenwood are the natural hot springs that bubble up, offering pampering and relaxation to those who soak in the soothing nectar of the springs. While this may sound quite alluring to adults, there are plenty of fun options for young children to enjoy as well. If soaking in the springs is not your kid’s cup of tea, then fear not, as there is a freshwater family pool for everyone to enjoy. Why not book a Swim and Stay package, where you will be able to enjoy lodging that meets your family’s needs, as well as your budget.

Spooktacular Adventures

For those looking to stretch your legs, why not take a hike? Not any ordinary hike though, but one that has the bonus of an opportunity to see if you can spot a ghost! The famed Doc Holliday was laid to rest within the Linwood Cemetery, which is a quick half-mile hike. If you have little ones, make sure to keep an eye on them, as there are some areas on the hike that can be a little dangerous for toddlers. If you are also bringing a four-legged family member, they are welcome, but they must be on a leash at all times while hiking for their safety and the comfort of fellow hikers. However, Doc Holliday is not the only famous person to call Linwood Cemetery home, as you will also find the grave of Harvey “Kid Curry” Logan, who rode with Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid’s Wild Bunch Gang during the late 1800s.

Traveling and vacationing with young children can be challenging, as there may be some attractions that adults may want to visit that may not be appropriate for children. However, that is not the case when you visit Glenwood Springs, Colorado, as there are plenty of fun attractions, restaurants, and adventures that are waiting for you and your family. Why not contact Gateway Reservations to make your next vacation to Glenwood Springs.