Fort Collins, Loveland & Windsor Things to do.

Explore the cities of Fort Collins, Loveland, & Windsor, Colorado!


                 
Fort Collins

Fort Collins is located 60 miles north of Denver, nestled against the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and 5000 feet above sea level.  The city has a population of  about 131,000 and growing and its residents enjoy a very active outdoor life with 300 plus days of sunshine, average temperatures of 40 degrees in January and 85 degrees in July, and about 14" of precipitation per year. Fort Collins has consistently been ranked as "the best place for...."  several things:

· Ranked 10th Best-Educated City in America: Forbes magazine - November 2008

· One of the Best Places to Raise Your Kids: Business Week - November 2008

· Gold level Bicycle Friendly Community: League of American Bicyclists - September 2008

· 2nd Best Place to Live: Money magazine - August 2008

· One of 8 Enriching Towns for Art and Music Lovers: Where to Retire magazine - April 2008.

· Named 3rd Best Place for Business and Career: Forbes magazine - March 2008

· Ranked 39th Best Place to Live and Launch a Business: CNN/Money - March 2008

· 9th Best Place to Invest in Real Estate: Business 2.0 - May 2007

· Top 10 College Towns for Grown-Ups: Kiplinger's magazine - March 2007
· Named a Preserve America Community: First Lady Laura Bush 2007

· One of America's Most Walkable Small Cities: msn.com 20here to Buy Now": Business 2.0 magazine - November 2006

· #1 Best Place to Live in the Nation: Money Magazine - August 2006

· Listed as 23rd among 63 Hot Mid-Sized Cities for Entrepreneurs: Entrepreneur magazine - August 2006

· Seated as the 6th Best Places for Business and Career: Forbes magazine - May 2006
· Ranked 2nd for having the Safest Drivers: Allstate Insurance - May 2006

                              

Fort Collins has 600 acres of parks, 5000 acres of natural areas, 20 miles of hiking and biking trails, 3 golf courses, a raquet center, ice rink, community center and 3 swimming pools. There is also Lincoln Center-mecca  of cultural arts, The Fort Collins Museum, Old Town-lots of unique shops and restaurants with that charming nostalgic feel of downtown as it used to be. Five breweries and Anheuser Busch round out some of the stuff there is to see and do here in Fort Collins, CO. There's much more; if you'd like a list of links to the area or a relocation package, please contact Scott J Lee by clicking on the "email Scott" link at the bottom of the page. For more information on Northern Colorado in general, check out Scott's "Discover Colorado" page in the navigation bar on left.

                                              



Loveland
                                                                   

Loveland is known as "The Sweetheart City" and is part of the Valentine's Day remailing program; every February, thousands of Valentine's Day cards are redirected to Loveland, hand stamped with a Valentine's day verse and then sent on to their destination. Loveland is located 50 miles north of Denver and was voted #33 Best place to Live in 2008 by Money Magazine. It's the 14th most populous city in Colorado with a little more than 64,000 residents and it's close proximity to the larger cities of Fort Collins to the north and Longmont, Boulder and Denver to the south make it an ideal place to call home.

                                                       

Loveland's Art in Public Places program means you'll see city full of bronze statues, scultptures by local artists and an active cultural community with art galleries, museums and foundries. There are 3 golf courses, over 4700 acres of open space and natural areas, 32 parks and recreational areas, and 15.5 miles of trails to hike and bike. There's also a due ranch in town for you folks who want to experience the "real west". A small downtown area with some nice local shops and restaurants and the Centerra neighborhood offer outlet centers, restaurants and lots of shopping at well known retailers.  For more information on Loveland, contact Scott J Lee by clicking on the "email Scott" button at the bottom of the page.



Windsor

                                                          

The town of Windsor is ideally situated between Fort Collins, Loveland and Greeley so it is able to retain it's small town charm while still offering all the amenities of the larger cities. With a population of about 18,000, Windsor sits 4800 feet above sea level and boasts 2 golf courses, 25 parks, 40 miles of hiking and biking trails, 573 acres of open space, a pool, rec center and skate park. There's also Lake Windsor which offers swimming, boating and fishing.  Close to I25, it's easy to get to Boulder and Denver or Cheyenne, WY and Rocky Mountain National Park. Gorgeous views and a small town feel make Windsor a great place to live or visit! Contact Scott J Lee for more information or a relocation package!
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