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Originally established as a military outpost in 1864, settlers flocked to Fort Collins as soon as the post was decommissioned, and have continued to ever since. Money magazine named Fort Collins one of the Best Places to Live in the U.S. in 2006. The city was also ranked No. 2 in 2008, and No. 6 in 2010 by Money magazine.


Today, Fort Collins is a mid sized college city that has over 870 acres of developed park land to include 6 community parks and 42 neighborhood/pocket parks. There are over 35 miles of recreational trails that flow through the city for you to enjoy.


Situated north of Denver and tucked between the plains and the mountains, Fort Collins is the last city on Interstate 25 north before you hit the Wyoming border. It's also a gateway city to northern Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park and Roosevelt National Forest. And it has plenty to offer on its own, inluding a well-deserved reputation as one of Colorado's top craft-brewery hubs.

Fort Collins is also home to Colorado State University, it has all the liveliness and bustle of a college town. Good restaurants, brewpubs, nightlife and culture abound. There's always something going on.

This northern Colorado city is an outdoor-oriented community, with the nearby national park, Lory State Park and Horsetooth Reservoir, where you can do everything from boating and swimming (in the summer months) to horseback riding, camping, fishing, mountain biking and rock climbing.
The Cache La Poudre River near Fort Collins



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    11409 Business Park Circle, Suite 130
    Firestone, CO 80504
    Office: 970-295-4760