Established in 1918, this scenic town 20 miles west of Lyons shows the way to some of Colorado’s most famous and beautiful areas. Chief among these is the craggy, 14,255-foot Longs Peak, as well as Rocky Mountain National Park. Allenspark sits at the national park’s southeast corner, along the breathtaking Peak-to-Peak Highway. Cozy cabins and mountain homes dot this landscape that is full of recreational activities just outside their doorstep.
Berthoud is a progressive community providing a quality of life enjoyed by past and present generations, while ensuring its position for the future within the dynamic Front Range economic corridor.
Berthoud provides a blend of graceful Victorian homes, new housing developments, tree lined streets, beautiful parks and an historic business district to create a warm, hometown environment.
Big Elk Meadows
Big Elk Meadows is a small mountain community with about 165 homes. It is surrounded by tens of thousands of acres of Roosevelt National Forest offering hiking, biking, mountain biking, hunting, and horseback riding within the beautiful valley. Located about 14 miles west of Lyons off State Highway 36, Big Elk is a hidden gem of Northern Colorado.
Cresting the hill on Highway 36 into Boulder, it’s easy to see why this intriguing town has been dubbed “the city nestled between the mountains and reality.” At 5,430 feet above sea level, acres of vast open space roll into Boulder’s quaint cityscape tucked into the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Boulder offers a variety of accommodations for your next visit, check out our outstanding selection of hotels. Boulder has been named one of America’s Foodiest Towns, so you don’t want to miss our selection of restaurants.
Lafayette is located in southeast Boulder County and offers the perfect blend of small town hospitality and charm with today’s sophisticated capabilities.
From its beginning as a coal mining community in 1889, Lafayette now combines the best of both worlds…urban amenities without urban hassles. Lafayette offers the best in education, recreation, climate, health care, cultural and community services.
Longmont offers a fine balance of a modern downtown and thriving city center that butts up against–but never intrudes on–the natural, vibrant beauty of our surroundings. Walk out just about any hotel door and you’re no longer looking at a scene worthy of a painting…you’re in one. People come from far and wide to make Longmont the hub of their mountain adventures.
Incorporated in 1882, Louisville lies in Boulder County roughly six miles east of the City of Boulder and 25 miles northwest of Denver.
Money Magazine named Louisville #1 in 2009, and then in an unprecedented action again named Louisville #1 in its 2011 “Best Place to Live” issue. Many things contribute to this exemplary quality of life and positive economic condition including 1,700 acres of open space, dozens of great eateries, a thriving arts scene, great schools, wonderful neighborhoods and a diverse mix of employment opportunities.
Pinewood Springs is an unincorporated mountain community in the Rocky Mountains between Lyons and Estes Park. It is situated in a beautiful valley along State Highway 36 surrounded by thousands of acres of Roosevelt National Forest. While Pinewood Springs has a Lyons, CO address and zip code, it is truly a community all its own.
Located in a lovely creekside mountain valley 15 miles west of Lyons off of State Highway 7, Riverside and Raymond are communities mixed with vacation rentals and full time residents that appreciate the solitude of quiet mountain living.