Sitting alongside the South Platte River, Brighton, a northeastern Denver suburb combines a small-town feel with rich historical and cultural roots; just take a drive down main street to see for yourself. You'll never have a dull moment in Brighton, from Barr Lake State Park excursions to whitewater rafting, breweries, roadside markets, and the Armory Performing Arts Center. Perhaps, one of the more popular attractions is the Murray Maize Maze. Since 1917, hundreds of visitors flock to Brighton to get lost in the 15 acres of bear and wolf shaped corn mazes. Some rather exciting news for Brighton, city council members have approved the Strategic Plan designed to help prioritize the city's pursuits and how to best utilize it's time and resources. As one of the fastest growing cities in the Denver area, this plan will meet the needs and demands of the community and guide the direction of Brighton to becoming an even more prosperous city.