Explore Beautiful Manufactured Homes in Fort Collins, Colorado
Nestled at the base of the Rocky Mountains, Fort Collins, Colorado, is an outstanding place to live, offering outdoor adventure and vibrant cultural scene. Residents can explore the scenic Cache la Poudre River, visit the historic Old Town with its charming shops and eateries, and enjoy events at Lincoln Center. This lively Northern Colorado city is home to Colorado State University and boasts a thriving downtown, beautiful parks, great shopping, dining, recreational activities, and a craft beer scene with many breweries. Discover the spirit of Fort Collins - the gem of the Rockies.
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Cave Creek in Evans, Colorado, is a picturesque residential community with a small-town charm near metropolitan areas. Experience the perfect balance of culture and diversity in our luxurious manufactured home community near vibrant nightlife, dining, and shopping. Enjoy resort-style amenities such as a fitness center, clubhouse, and pool.View Community about Cave Creek
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Ft. Collins, Colorado
Nestled along the foothills in southwest Fort Collins, Timber Ridge offers the quality of life you've always dreamed of for your family. This community offers views of the Rocky Mountains and fantastic amenities, including swimming pools, basketball courts, playgrounds, and two clubhouses for activities. The neighborhood is located near excellent schools, shopping, downtown dining, and entertainment.View Community about Timber Ridge
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Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the best things to do in Fort Collins, Colorado?
Fort Collins is surrounded by extraordinary natural beauty with a historic Old Town filled with 1800s architecture, a vintage trolley, specialty shops, and restaurants. Don’t miss:
- Spring Canyon Park
- 1879 Avery House
- Coyote Ridge Natural Area
- Fort Collins Museum of Discovery
- Old Town Square
- Oak Street Mall
- Fort Collins Marketplace
- Gardens on Spring Creek
- Drake Crossing Shopping Center
- What are the best places to eat in Fort Collins, Colorado?
Fort Collins is a foodie’s delight, and one of the top culinary destinations in Colorado. Don’t miss:
- Avagadro’s Number
- B&B Pickle Barrel
- Coopersmith’s Pub & Brewing
- Ginger and Baker
- ND Street Car
- Nick’s Italian
- The Emporium Kitchen + Wine Market
- The Farmhouse at Jessup Farm
- The Union Bar & Soda Fountain
- Walrus Ice Cream (home of the ghost of the original location’s business owner Charlie Dinneback)
- What is Fort Collins best known for?
Fort Collins is known as the Craft Beer Capital of Colorado. Producing 70% of the state’s craft beer, the city’s breweries include King of Beers and Fat Tire. Visit Anheuser-Busch, meet the Clydesdales, and learn how Budweiser is made.
- How is the weather in Fort Collins?
Enjoy four seasons in Fort Collins, with abundant sunshine and gorgeous fall foliage. On average, winter chills to 19°F and summer warms to 87°F with low humidity, perfect for enjoying the natural beauty and outdoor activities Colorado is famous for.
- Does Fort Collins have public transportation?
From our popular bike share program to public transportation buses running on bio-diesel, Fort Collins offers a wide range of eco-friendly transportation choices. Take a ride on the MAX Bus Rapid Transit or the Fort Collins Trolley.