The City of Evans is a Home Rule Municipality located in Weld County, Colorado, United States. The population was 9,514 at the 2000 census, and estimated at 18,842 as of July 1, 2008, by the Census Bureau.
Restaurants in Evans
5 based on 214 reviews
A year or two ago I'd picked up a brochure on this museum and decided I wanted to see it on my next trip to Colorado. I went yesterday, 9/16/17, driving up from the Denver area.
It was well worth the drive.
Some 5,500 square feet, it features the best of model railroading. The layout is fantastic: huge mountains, rivers, bridges, towering trestles, neat little communities, cities, and industrial areas. The modelling work is simply first rate, and I believe it's all done by amateur volunteers ... but the work is more than professional quality.
There are trains constantly running, by members of the museum, who are super friendly and willing to answer any and all questions. And the trains travel through the entire layout. There was one with orange chemical cars that looked to be nearly 200 cars long with several engines pulling it, through huge curves and up and down mountains. And that was just one of, oh, probably 8 or 9 trains being run on the tracks at the same time.
The main level is 48-inches off the floor (but there are platforms and stools to stand on for shorter folks and kids) and the tops of the mountains are about 98-inches high. And you walk on the main level and upper level to get great views of the entire layout.
And the entire layout is super-detailed ... with small touches most don't see, but which add greatly to the realism and enjoyment of the layout.
There is a small gift shop with some toys and trinkets for sale, as well as some videos.
And there is a fully restored caboose which you can walk through to see how the conductors lived and worked.
Admission is $10 with discounts for seniors and children.
We went through fairly quickly, in just over an hour, but you could easily spend days here and see something different, and wonderful, on every visit.
I will be back!
4.5 based on 2 reviews
The Riverside Library and Cultural Center offers visitors and patrons access to knowledge of all types and communal gathering places as well.
Out of curiosity, I drove across town and spent a delightful morning in this new library. It's lovely and light, though quite a bit smaller than other High Plains branches. Well done, High Plains! Nice addition!
4.5 based on 82 reviews
In have enjoyed walking this trail many times. It follows around the Poudre River and the plants and the water are extremely interesting . One of the plants smells like popcorn. Very cool. I included a picture of snapping turtles on a log in the Poudre river. If you are an exercise nut or just enjoy scenery this is the place to be. If you are walking like me watch out for bikers.
5 based on 42 reviews
We were here to see the UNC Jazz Festival. It is always a great time and this fest, though huge, runs so smoothly thanks to the staff at The Union Colony Civic Center!
4 based on 88 reviews
This huge expanse of government-owned grasslands can be explored by car, mountain bike or horseback. Nearby camping facilities are offered.
It seems like people either get the prairies or they don't. Some find the wide-open spaces inspiring and some find them boring, or even intimidating.
I love the prairies of eastern Colorado and this area is no exception. The vast views, bird calls carrying for miles, the wind rustling the grasses - all good with me. The sky at night out there, so far from city lights, is simply amazing.
As a crew member of an archaeological survey of Pawnee I can tell you that it's been the scene of activity extending back hundreds and even thousands of years.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
This museum was nice and clean. It was fun to see the history and has hands on things for children. The questions were a little hard but fun to read about things to find the answers.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
WeldWerks Brewing Co., located in Downtown Greeley, is a craft brewery focused on bringing people together over well-crafted, innovative beer. Come enjoy our taproom which mixes rustic and industrial styles into a comfortable atmosphere that is accessible to all!
A friend told me about this place and I was eager to try it. The staff was unfriendly and walked away during one of my questions. I bought beer for my friend and when I could not carry it all, the employee told me to make two trips! No offer of assistance even though there were multiple servers and not many patrons. This was my first and last visit.
5 based on 12 reviews
The Farr Regional Library offers the public access to computers, wi-fi, books, music, movies, laptop and projector rentals, bike repair, free printing.
We enjoy visiting the Farr Library. It is always clean and organized and the staff is always very helpful and friendly. They offer a great selection of books but they also offer many other things like activities for children, audio books, movies, comfortable seating areas to sit and read or meet, a snack room with vending machines and tables, computers and printers to use while at the library and much more. My son enjoys visiting and would happily while away the day there.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
Glenmere Park is in a beautiful section of Greeley, created 100 years ago to provide recreational spaces for the locals. It still fulfills that function. It has an attractive lake with ducks and geese and a lovely gazebo. It hosts lots of local events and even has a fishing pond for kids.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
My husband taught my five year old great niece to ice skate in as little as thirty minutes. They have street cones for children to hold on too and when they see that child doing well they ask if they can have it for another child and she just skated away and never looked back. Definitely an easy way for children to learn.
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