Located in Arapahoe County in the US state of Colorado. In the 2010 census, Littleton had a population of 41,737 inhabitants and a population density of 1,161.51 people per km². Littleton currently belongs to the greater Denver metropolitan area and is considered a suburb of this. Below mentioned are the things to do in Littleton, co:
Roxborough State Park
Exceptional park with wonderful views. A paradise for those who love photography. It is a Denver place not to be missed going.a
This park is always fantastic. You can see a rabbit and its fawn, a snake, a frog, so many birds, a male deer, and avoid being locked in a rattling snake on the south rim trail. The trails in this park are amazing, but you definitely need to stay alert. At summertime, it doesn't matter what time of day it is, the rattling of snakes is from outside.
Explore the underwater world, in the middle of Littleton, Colorado, with this ticket to SeaQuest. Find a group of sea creatures that you can learn from and some that you can touch and feed. Arriving with your ticket in hand means you don't have to wait in line to shop on the day of your visit.
SeaQuest takes you on a journey across the five continents of the planet, where you will find a wide variety of animals, including sharks, rays, Savannah cats, giant sulcata turtles, large species of exotic birds and thousands of other creatures. Touch, feed, and interact like nowhere else!
Chatfield State Park
Simple, clean park, had everything you need for a quick overnight stop on our way from Ft. Collins to Albuquerque. Camping here is always clean, beautiful, spacious, spacious, quiet, and quite pull through. Sunrise and sunset, we are amazing. You’ll probably love seeing darlings and bunnies, too!
Fantastic day we had in this park. Sunny day, very nice and warm and the views are too much to describe. We recommend this place for a picnic and fresh air for anyone.
This is the first time we have camped in the park in 40 years, but when we lived in the area, they come to enjoy sailing, fishing, and swimming.
We have not been camping here for the past five days, and we are very pleased. The sites are a little bit, so they don't open, but next to a neighbor. Bathrooms are dated but clean and functional (but need more pressure in showers). The staff was very nice and helpful.
Town Hall Arts Center
This town hall in Old Littleton has been beautifully turned into a performance venue. Only with a capacity of 285 is an intimate venue with no bad seating.
We saw a musical, and it was nice to be able to see the actor's facial expressions. We imagine this is also a great environment for small music ensembles of all kinds. There are a number of places for drinking and / or dining within walking distance.