Strange as it may seem, the factory outlet shopping plaza in Castle Rock is one of Denver's most popular attractions. ... More
Castle Rock Factory Outlets
Strange as it may seem, the factory outlet shopping plaza in Castle Rock is one of Denver's most popular attractions. Maybe it is the scenic 30-minute drive to the quaint town of Castle Rock that draws shoppers to the 135 bargain stores. Its outdoor, lodge-like design blends nicely with the surroundings. Wander around such popular stores as Eddie Bauer, Nike and GAP. Smaller shops include Villa Fresh Italian Kitchen and Bass. A food court resides at the center of the complex.
While I would be happier if there would be a greater variety of the types of stores, I am extremely pleased with the situation. The discounts are phenomenal and it is well worth the drive and the money. I spent $400 on items that retail for well over $1000. I would not suggest going when it is cold, however, because you will be miserable. The weekends are a time to avoid also because the mall is packed.
I am most pleased with the Saks outlet and the Coach outlet, as the prices are amazing for top-quality items. I cannot wait for the Ralph Lauren store to open!
I highly suggest a trip!
I like the variety of stores, particularly the ones that feature kitchen gear. I love the Springmaid/Wamsutta, Oshkosh, Perfumery and several other stores. I was sad that the Sony store, Corning store, and Vanity Fair closed.
Come, shop, eat and enjoy! Friendly atmosphere and some gr8 buys!
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