in northern colorado




to do

from festivals

to museums

and more!


Summer is festival season and theres no shortage of them in Northern Colorado! Film buffs have the Horsetooth Intl. Film Festival. Foodies can indulge at the annual Taste of Fort Collins and those looking for live music can dance the night away at New West Fest!


In Northern Colorado, you have the option of over one million acres of parks and public lands. You'll want to take a hike around the sprawling Horsetooth Mountain Open Space or bring the family for a picnic at  Rocky Mountain National Park. Beautiful sights guaranteed!


Colorado celebrates Bike Month in June where people are encouraged to ditch their cars for the month and bike to work or school. On top of that, June 28th is officially  Bike to Work Day where many vendors are set up to celebrate downtown!

farmers markets

Improve your health and your budget with farmer's markets taking place most weekends every summer in Northern Colorado. Procure organic produce and save on all the fees associated with buying them from a typical grocery store. You'll also be support local farmers.


Beat the heat by staying cool in the pool! City Park in Fort Collins has one of the best swimming pools in the area with plenty of room to swim or splash around. You may also consider some  community pools for the family available through memberships.

old town

There are plenty of events that happen around Old Town in Fort Collins every summer. The area has one of the highest walkability scores in the region and features several shops and restaurants to visit.


This may not be for everyone all the time, but if you're looking to challenge yourself this summer, go on a run - specifically a competitive run! Northern Colorado hosts many running events including the Estes Park Marathon and the  Fort Collins Father's Day 5K.

go out on  the water

For a landlocked state, there is plenty of water activities in Northern Colorado. Rent a boat or go fishing at Horsetooth Reservoir.  Get adventurous and raft down the Poudre River.


pend some time viewing art exhibits from local artists at the  Loveland Museum. If you're looking to learn something, the  Fort Collins Museum of Discovery has plenty of intriguing exhibits and workshops.

try new craft beers

In you already live in Northern Colorado, odds are you've found your favorite brewery here. With dozens to choose from, there are plenty of options from local breweries to nationwide distributors like New Belgium.

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