Lakeside Amusement Park
Historic Lakeside Amusement Park is located in the mile-high city of Denver at I-70 and Sheridan.
Positioned on the shore of Lake Rhoda with views of the Rocky Mountains, Lakeside Amusement Park dates back to 1908 when it originally opened under the name White City. The name changed in the 1930s when the park underwent a renovation, incorporating many features of the Art Deco style that can be seen throughout the park today.
Lakeside Amusement Park requires a nominal gate fee for entry and rides are priced on an individual basis or you may purchase an unlimited ride wristband. Parking is always free and picnics are welcome.
The park features a family friendly lineup of attractions, including three roller coasters and one water ride. Rides found here include a train, merry-go-round, drop tower, bumper cars and a selection of spinning flat rides. For younger guests, Kiddies' Playland offers fifteen rides sized just for children.
Lakeside's most popular and signature attraction is The Cyclone roller coaster. This historic wooden coaster was designed by Ed Vettel and has been thrilling patrons for more than 50 years.
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Lakeside Amusement Park Hotels.
May through September
4601 Sheridan Boulevard
Denver, CO 80212
Phone: (303) 477-1621