Monday, July 9, 2012 at 1:07 pm (Updated: July 18, 8:45 am)
By Laura Bernero, for the Courier
Between Santa Fe Drive and the South Platte River in Littleton, the South Platte Park natural area is a peaceful contrast to the nearby buzz of the city. The river winds through tall cottonwoods, and visitors and wildlife create the only bursts of activity among the seamless woods and wetlands.
With warm temperatures tempting people to spend time outdoors, the park is in the middle of its busiest season of the year.
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