Lakeside Amusement Park
Denver, CO 80212-7406
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Originally named White City, it was opened in 1908 as a popular amusement resort adjacent to Lake Rhoda spearheaded by prominent Denver brewer Adolph Zang.
The new ZOOM offers a great view and an incredible thrill, from the 140 foot drop tower.
Cheaper than Elitch's and much more cultured! This is the TOP SPOT for a reason! Ride the oldest wooden roller coaster "Cyclone" the minute u get there! Call me before u go and I will prolly come!
Did you know? Lakeside is one of the last family-owned amusement parks in the country, and one of the oldest. Lake Rhoda was renamed for Rhoda Krasner, the owner’s daughter – who still runs the park.