Denver Curling was originally established in 1965. In 1987 Denver Curling enjoyed the benefits of dedicated ice near I-70 and Quebec when it opened a 4 sheet facility in a renovated warehouse.
When those doors shut because of a dwindling curling community and resources, Denver lost a unique pastime. In 2007, as a result of the overwhelming interest in curling during the 2006 Turin, Italy Winter Olympics, Denver Curling decided to resurrect itself. What started with 36 dedicated curlers blossomed into a curling community with over 300 active curlers. From 2007-2013 the Denver Curling Club curled on rented ice at the Ice Ranch in Highlands Ranch two nights a week but reached capacity due to the limited availability of ice rental. The new Denver Curling Center opened in October 2014 and ushered in a new era of increased interest and availability of curling in Denver.