Colorado, renowned for its breathtaking mountain landscapes and outdoor adventures, also offers a family-friendly dining scene with its Kids Eat Free program.

This initiative is particularly appealing to families visiting cities like Denver, Colorado Springs, and Boulder, where they can find a range of restaurants participating in the program. Whether it’s after a day of skiing in the Rockies, exploring the historic streets of Denver, or enjoying the natural beauty of the state parks, Colorado’s eateries provide a variety of kid-friendly menus at no extra cost.

This program helps families enjoy the state’s diverse culinary offerings, from hearty mountain fare to contemporary cuisine, while keeping family trips enjoyable and budget-friendly.

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Colorado Cities and Towns

Fun Facts About Colorado

    1. Highest Elevation State
      Colorado has the highest average elevation of any U.S. state, with over 1,000 peaks over 10,000 feet high.

    2. Colorado’s State Nickname
      Known as the “Centennial State,” Colorado was named because it became a state in 1876, 100 years after the signing of the Declaration of Independence.

    3. Home to the World’s Deepest Hot Springs
      The world’s deepest geothermal hot spring, measured at over 1,000 feet deep, is located in Pagosa Springs, Colorado.

    4. The U.S. Mint
      Denver houses one of the largest producers of coins in the world, the Denver Mint.

    5. First Cheeseburger
      The trademark for the name “cheeseburger” was awarded to Louis Ballast of the Humpty Dumpty Drive-In in Denver in 1935.

    6. Colorado’s Dinosaur History
      Dinosaur National Monument in Northwestern Colorado contains some of the most famous and prolific fossil beds.

    7. Boulder’s Tea Factory
      The Celestial Seasonings Tea Company, located in Boulder, offers free tours of its herb garden and tea factory.

    8. The Great Sand Dunes
      Colorado is home to the tallest sand dunes in North America, located in the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve.

    9. Colorado River Origin
      The mighty Colorado River begins in Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park.

    10. America’s Mountain
      Pikes Peak, known as “America’s Mountain”, has inspired songs and poems, including the words to “America the Beautiful.”

Business Owners & Managers

Are you a business owner/operator?
Interested in getting involved with Kids Eat Free?

If you operate a restaurant, you can list it for free. However, with a paid subscription you can take advantage of the full suite of marketing features.

If you operate another type of business, there are opportunities for you as well. We offer page sponsorships and direct promotions through email and push notifications. 

Fill you the form and let us know what you are thinking.

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