Colorado Springs is Colorado’s second largest city, with Denver being the first. Although it’s large in comparison to the other cities in Colorado, it has a small town feel, with a great sense of community and purpose. Locally owned restaurants and shops, along with local Farmers Markets and fairs, are a few of the things that keep Colorado Springs a tight knit community.
Housing prices in Colorado Springs tend to be more affordable than other parts of the state which is a big draw for those who work in Denver but don’t want to pay Denver housing prices. With it’s close proximity to Denver, just over an hours drive, many who call Colorado Springs home commute to Denver on a daily basis.
Colorado Springs is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise, with endless hiking and biking trails, camping and climbing spots, all within a short distance from the downtown area. Healthy living is a way of life for those who take advantage of all Colorado Springs has to offer.
Headquarters to the United States Olympic Committee, Colorado Springs is often referred to as the Olympic City, with the Olympic training center as well as the brand new Olympic Museum, it’s no wonder why. With a mild climate, Colorado Springs is a popular training ground for professional and non professional athletes alike.
The climate is what draws many of the residents that call Colorado Springs home; with four seasons, there truly is something for everyone.