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Salida Hot Springs Aquatic Center
There's nothing better after a day of skiing or riding than soaking your tired body in hot water. The pool is open daily and offers guests a chance to relax in a soaking pool or the ability to swim laps in the larger, cooler pool. Conveniently located on Hwy 50.

Rocky Mountain Mini Golf
Ever have dreams of being in the Masters? Rocky Mountain Mini golf is the place to practice up before hitting the real thing. This newly opened mini golf course located at 413 ½ Rainbow Blvd (behind Country Bounty) features 18 holes with water features, challenging obstacles, and night lighting. The group area is perfect for families and birthday parties.

Salida Skate Park
For those looking for an alternative to the slopes yet still want to get some riding in, look no further than the Salida Skate Park. Located right downtown at 200 W. First St., this small but well-designed park is the perfect place.

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Built by Team Pain, this skate park features bowls with three different depths, good coping, speedlines, hips, and corners. A street course is also available for those looking to master their tricks.

Super Bowl Lanes
One of America's favorite pastimes, bowling is the ultimate family activity. Super Bowl Lanes located at 7615 Hwy 50 features 12 lanes of fully automated fun. Be sure and do the Turkey Dance after you make three strikes in a row. Super Bowl also has "Cosmic Bowling" every Friday and Saturday night when the black lights come on and festive music is heard loud and clear. Leagues are very popular in Salida so check with the manager about open lanes, usually after 9:30 pm. daily.

Storyville Cinema
Located on W. 1st Street just west of the light in downtown Salida, these two neighboring theaters offer first-run films, occasional live performances, and special event screenings. The Unique Theater was built in the 1880's as an opera house to entertain the mine and railroad workers. Both of these theaters provide an interesting atmosphere to enjoy big screen entertainment.

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Salida Steam Plant
Built in 1892, it served as one of the city's first electrical generating stations. Today the Steam Plant generates a new kind of power with performing arts. This theatre has comfortable seating (no reserved seating available) and there's even beer and wine available in the main lobby. A variety of performances continue throughout the year. Give them a call or check out their website ( for the most current concert events and performances.