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 Is city living just not for you? These small towns will give you 100% peace and quiet to breath in that Rocky Mountain air. These towns are each proud of their charm and history.


Conifer is one of the closest mountain towns to Denver, situated just west of the Front Range on Highway 285. It consists mainly of a few commercial strips located on both sides of the highway. Pike National Forest runs right through town, making it a gorgeous spot for outdoor recreation and wildlife spotting. There’s no official downtown Conifer, but you can find everything you need to supply a trip into the mountains. The elevation of this unincorporated Jefferson County community is 8,277 feet.


Well established as one of Colorado's hidden treasures and a popular day escape, the Evergreen community offers an array of parks, art galleries, theatre, restaurants, entertainment, and more. Evergreen Lake, the town's crown jewel, is fed by tributaries from Mt. Evans and is known for its all-season recreational activities such as boating, fishing, birding, ice-skating, weddings and concerts, and is bordered by mountain parks with miles of trails for hiking, biking, snowshoeing, and horseback riding. 


Franktown is a favorite stop for bikers of both the motorized and the fat-tire variety. The area also features Castlewood Canyon State Park. Carved out of the Black Forest, the park's landscape features sheer canyon walls, rolling trails and the remains of the century-old Castlewood Canyon Dam. Around the ruins lie miles of scenic hiking trails, numerous technical rock-climbing routes and excellent birding areas.


Greeley features affordable housing options in a prime location with plenty of amenities, making it a great place to live. Greeley’s downtown is a Colorado Certified Creative District, offering a mix of culture, community events, and entertainment options. The city is home to the University of Northern Colorado and over 40 neighborhood parks.

Idaho Springs

Colorado’s mining history begins in Idaho Springs where the state’s first gold was discovered 1859. Its Argo Mill and Tunnel was instrumental in ore processing and transportation to the Denver Mint. Within the town you can both step into the past and discover the flourishing hub of Colorado’s gold country that remains today. 


Loveland is about 50 miles northwest of Denver. Residents enjoy a mix of fabulous art galleries, sculpture gardens, live entertainment, restaurants, shops, breweries, and family fun. The Loveland Ski Area features over 1,800 acres of exceptional terrain. Popular trails for hiking and biking include Round Mountain, Carter Lake, Devil’s Backbone, River’s Edge, and Loveland Recreation Trail.


 Nederland is located in Boulder County, Colorado, and has developed into a bustling community from its humble mining roots. Nederland is a hub for its own resident population of about 1,500 and to the surrounding county and mountain communities with an added population of roughly 4,000. A short drive to both Boulder & Denver, and situated in the picturesque Front Range, Nederland has convenient access to skiing, mountain biking, hiking & camping, including many points of access to the Continental Divide.


Founded in 1882, the Town of Windsor is a rapidly-developing community located in the heart of Northern Colorado between the mountains and the plains where open sky meets towering peaks. The Town of Windsor prides itself on its small-town charm, top-rated programs and events, safety and service.