Aurora is as diverse as it is large. The sizeable suburb stretches the entire eastern border of Denver, with the most affordable homes resting in the northern section, humble family dwellings comprising the central segment and newer homes filling in the southern edges. Aurora’s cultural diversity plays out on restaurant menus and in its active creative arts district.
Vast open space sprawls east towards the plains, inviting summer mountain and road biking and sledding and ice skating in the winter. The 1,800-acre Aurora Reservoir offers kayaking, paddle boarding, windsurfing, biking, jogging, archery, playgrounds and more, while the 220-acre Aurora Sports Park hosts major competitions across 12 baseball fields and 27 soccer fields.