The Front Range is an expansive playground, providing ample community opportunities to live, work and play. Adventure seekers can conquer bucket list activities like hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park, experiencing area festival such as Tour de Fat and the Taste of Fort Collins, golfing at the nations newest TPC Course at Berthoud's Heron Lakes, and boating, fishing, camping and hiking the numerous local nature areas.
Hop on your bike and discover area shops, museums, local restaurants and of course the award-winning breweries. Loveland hosts some of the country's top art galleries and because Berthoud is The Garden Spot of Colorado, you can enjoy a leisurely stroll through historic Old Town's tree-lined streets to view beautiful homes and gardens. Bring a picnic to any number of parks and enjoy whimsical statues. You won't want to miss annual events like Berthoud's SunFest and Outdoor Quilt Show, or Historic Denver's local walking tours. There is so much to see and do!
The Front Range offers a second-to-none educational venue, with Colorado State University, University of Colorado Boulder and the University of Northern Colorado right on your doorstep for those in pursuit of a higher education.
Colorado offers a year-round calendar of as much adventure as you want. From family attractions, national parks and outdoor adventure to cosmopolitan cities and welcoming towns you can find it all here in your new community.
TOP THINGS TO DO ON THE FRONT RANGE (according to USA Today)
Visit Red Rocks
Red Rocks Amphitheater was build by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1930s. Open to the public for free when concerts are not scheduled.
Take in a Game
Denver is home to the Nuggets, the Broncos, the Rockies, the Avalanche, the Mammoth indoor lacrosse team, the Outlaws outdoor lacrosse and the Rapids Major League Soccer team.
See the Buffalo
They are the genetically purest buffalo herds in the U.S.A. and you can see them by taking the Genesee exit off of I-70 west of Denver near Evergreen.
Tour Coors Brewery
Coors Brewing Company (MolsonCoors.com) in Golden Colorado offers free tours every day. The hops used are grown in Berthoud.
Have Tea at the Brown Palace
The Brown Palace is one of the oldest hotels west of the Mississippi. The hotel hosts a formal tea every afternoon.
Ride the Georgetown Loop
The Victorian gold mining town of Georgetown boasts one of the most scenic narrow-gauge railroad rides in the state.
In downtown Berthoud, friendly shops and restaurants welcome locals and visitors alike. Cottonwood-shaded parks and quiet streets featuring century-old homes make up this Norman Rockwell town. Stop for a picnic at Fickel Park, in the center of historic downtown, or head to the Little Thompson Valley Pioneer Museum for a taste of the area's rich heritage.
Want something totally new and eclectic? Take in a show at the new Sunrise Cinema in Berthoud, featuring independent and documentary films, some never before seen. It's like a taste of Hollywood, small town style.
Recreation opportunities abound in and near Berthoud. To the west, rock climbing, fishing, boating, hiking and camping are popular near Carter Lake and Pinewood and Flatiron Reservoirs, while Horsetooth Reservoir and Boyd Lake State Park are just north of town. There's an archery range at the Lon Hagler recreation area.
Berthoud recently debuted the TPC Colorado, Colorado's first ground-up golf course development in nearly 10 years, which will also be built with the infrastructure to accommodate a professional tournament.