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Neighborhood Spotlight Morrison
Nestled in the foothills, just a stoneâ€™s throw from the incredible Red Rocks Park, Morrison is a small community thatâ€™s desirable to buyers for almost too many reasons to count. Whether youâ€™re drawn to the outdoors, or youâ€™re a concert junkie, or just want that small-town feel, Morrison may be your perfect neighborhood. Hereâ€™s a few you may not have known about the highlights in this community.
Red Rocks Amphitheater
Dedicated on June 15, 1941
First event was Eastern Sunrise Service on April 6, 1947
In its early days, Red Rocks hosted mainly opera and symphonic shows
National Historic Landmark status in 2015
1877, Arthur Lakes, a professor, and geologist, discovered massive dinosaur bones along the Dakota hogback in Morrison
Quarries also yielded the worldâ€™s first fossils of the Stegosaurus and Apatosaurus dinosaurs
Today itâ€™s a National Natural Landmark that includes a visitorâ€™s center and two trails where visitors can see dinosaur bones, trace fossils and a pristine site of dinosaur tracks.
Beyond some of the larger attractions in Morrison, the town has plenty to offer on its own, making it a popular day destination for people looking to get away from the downtown area for a bit. Morrison features a trail system that snakes around the outskirts of the town and connects to the Bear Creek trail, and there are plenty of bars and restaurant choices, including The Fort, which is famous for its old-west fare.
If youâ€™re ready to start checking out properties in this popular community, give Metrowest a call today â€“ weâ€™d love to show you around, Morrison!
Ray and Carla have been working as a team since 1995. Carlaâ€™s extensive knowledge of the Denver area real estate market not only includes over 35 years as a Real Estate Broker Associate but also in....
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