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South Suburban Opens New Recreation Complex

What to know about the 206,000 square-foot sports complex that opened this month.

Littleton-based South Suburban Parks and Recreation opened a 206,000 square-foot sports complex in February. The facility houses two turf fields, two gyms with multipurpose courts, plus three sheets of ice (one of which has bleachers capable of holding 800 spectators, enough to host regional and national competitions). A bar and restaurant serves casual fare such as pizza, sandwiches, burgers, and appetizers.

Enjoy skating classes and open skate times on the rinks (600 pairs of inline and figure skates are available for rental), or reserve court and turf time for a team practice or a birthday. Party packages include two hours with a dedicated room that includes a TV, Bluetooth speakers, tables, a sink, and a mini fridge, plus serveware and balloons. Families can bring their own cake/dessert to the party rooms, purchase the premium package which includes cheese pizza, or opt to purchase food on site. SSSC can also adjust the menu to fit different dietary restrictions.

Ice skating party packages for 11 children run from $129 to $149 (in-district) and $139 to $159 (non-district). Birthday parties for the gymnasium and turf fields are also available, contact the complex at 303-798-7515 for details.

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