For the last decade, the Front Range of Northern Colorado has been silently sneaking onto many national lists as one of the most desirable places to live in America. Situated on the plains near the base of the Rocky Mountains, Northern Colorado offers a quality of life like no other. Front Range communities offer high quality education and health care, shorter commutes than the national average and conveniences of big city living, all within a small town atmosphere.
More people are seeing themselves as "Citizens of Northern Colorado" - living in one city or town, working in another, shopping or recreating in a third, and periodically slipping into the mountains for some relaxation with nature. There is so much to do and so many places to do it - and all so close.
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Ault's name provides a fitting acronym for "A Unique Little Town." Ault residents enjoy an ideal vantage point to view the Front Range of the Rockies to the west.
Known as "The Garden Spot of Colorado," Berthoud is a lovely, prosperous, even idyllic, middle sized community situated between Loveland and Longmont on the Front Range of Colorado.
Eaton, located just north of Greeley, is an affluent, suburban community with a mix of old, appealing single family dwellings and large, elegant newer homes.
The Village of Estes Park is surrounded by nationally protected lands and mountain peaks ranging in elevation from 8,500 feet to over 14,000. Visitors from around the world come to look at the majestic snowcapped peaks and experience outdoor activities.
The heart of Fort Collins beats in its quaint downtown shopping district. Fort Collins was named 'Best Place to Live' in 2006 by Money Magazine
Greeley is the largest city and the county seat of Weld County. It is a place with small town values and warmth and big city amenities and comforts and it's booming!
As the rest of Northern Colorado becomes more and more 'citified'. Johnstown and Milliken maintain the tranquility and beauty that are such vital parts of rural life.
Loveland is big on beauty. It's nestled against the Rocky Mountains and is a hop skip and a jump from Rocky Mountain National Park.
Milliken's proximity to the Rocky Mountains offers endless outdoor adventure activities including skiing, hiking, fishing, and boating for the residents of Johnstown and Milliken.
The quaint town of Red Feather Lakes is built around a series of 14 lakes and is surrounded by the towering mountains of the Roosevelt National Forest.
While Severance holds tight to its rustic roots and is best known for being the home of Bruce's Bar, which is famous for its Rocky Mountain Oysters.
Founded in 1882, Timnath is a small agricultural/farming community located southeast of Fort Collins.
Wellington is a beautiful community just north of Ft. Collins on Colorado's Front Range. It's a town that has held fast to its rural roots even as it has doubled in size in the past several years.
Once a sleepy little town with one little main street, few services, and limited housing, Windsor has become a boom-town a going concern. Its population has doubled in the past decade and is projected to double again in the next decade.