census-designated place in Jefferson County, Colorado, United States

Evergreen is an unincorporated community of about 9500 in the Denver Metropolitan Area of the U.S. state of Colorado. The residential suburb lies in the Front Range foothills west-southwest of Denver in Jefferson County.

Get in

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See this Colorado travel map. Colorado is on Mountain Standard Time (UTC-07) in the winter and on Mountain Daylight Time (UTC-06) in the summer.

By air

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By car

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From Denver, take I-70 to CO-74 (Exit 252) and head south.

Get around

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There is a branch of the RTD bus called Call 'n' Ride, which offers service to most parts of town for 60 cents each way. There are many bike paths connecting parts of town as well.

Evergreen Lake is a popular spot for Denver residents.

Evergreen Lake has boating, Ice Skating (winter time), and trails. There are several open space parks in the area with miles of trails for hiking and mountain bikes.

There are several small areas to shop and get a feel of the foothills culture.

  • BeauJo's. A branch of the Idaho Springs pizza restaurant is in Downtown.
  • SoHo. A popular Italiamerican restaurant is also located in Downtown.
  • Caffe di Lucca. A local hotspot for coffee and sandwiches with a view of Evergreen Lake.
  • Lakeshore Cafe. A popular breakfast spot located next to Caffe di Lucca.
  • Coal Mine Dragon. A popular Chinese restaurant adjacent to Lakeshore Cafe.
  • The Tuscany Tavern. An Italian restaurant located in Bergen Park.
  • The Whippletree. A popular bar and Mexican restaurant in Bergen Park.

Drink

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The SoHo restaurant also has a large bar. Other restaurants that have full bars include BeauJo's, Tuscany Tavern, and the Whippletree.

  • Little Bear. The famous Little Bear is a historic bar located in Downtown with live music every night.
  • Country Road Cafe, Kittredge. Open for breakfast and lunch. Hearty huge portions, delicious, unusual combinations of delicious food.

Sleep

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The mountains surrounding the town offer many things to do, like hiking, biking, or just gazing at the scenery.


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