Welcome to Lone Tree
Serene oasis a stone’s throw from mountain resorts and city buzz
Lone Tree is a prestigious and burgeoning community nestled amongst Colorado's Front Range and situated just 15 miles south of downtown Denver. The area is connected by wonderful neighborhoods, vibrant public spaces, a beautiful natural environment, and thriving businesses. For even more living options, check out nearby Parker, CO real estate
The community is known for its ever-popular Summer Concert Series, Park Meadows Mall, golf courses, and an extensive trail system. Its nationally renowned shopping, low sales tax rates, and diverse recreational opportunities are a major draw for those looking to relocate. There are plenty of nearby neighborhoods like Castle Rock with similarly great amenities and things to do. You can view Castle Rock real estate
What to Love
• Proximity to the city center and mountain resorts
• Prestigious golf courses
• Diverse recreational opportunities
Lone Tree locals enjoy the community’s proximity to the amenities, attractions, and entertainment options of Denver, as well as easy access to Colorado’s world-renowned ski resorts and state and national parks — perfect for a weekend getaway.
Residents also love the endless array of activities, amenities, and shopping and dining within Lone Tree itself. On any given day, you’ll spot Denver denizens enjoying Lone Tree’s incredible mountain views on the outdoor patios of local restaurants, bars, and breweries.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Stock up on gear for your next outdoor adventure at Cabela’s
, which offers a large selection of items perfect for fishing, camping, kayaking, and other outdoor activities.
Visit Park Meadows Mall
, Colorado’s largest shopping mall, for a more robust experience. With nearly 200 stores and restaurants, from the largest selection of athletic apparel stores to the best in branded fashion and dining, it has just about everything for any taste.
Things to Do
Lone Tree boasts an impressive array of outdoor recreational opportunities with over 240 acres of public parks, 35 miles of trails, a 55,000-square-foot full-service recreation center, and several golf courses and tennis clubs.
Break a sweat while marveling at the scenic landscape at Bluffs Regional Park and Trail
, which boasts skyline views of the Front Range mountains, the Denver metro area, and grassland vegetation and wildlife. The park also connects Highlands Ranch trails, the East/West Regional Trail, and South Suburban Parks and Recreation District’s trail system. The kids will love exploring the expansive playground at Prairie Sky Park, which features sports fields and courts, as well as a sheltered picnic area.
Harness your inner adrenaline junkie at iFLY
, an indoor flight facility offering free-fall adventures and lessons.
Are you a history buff? An important piece of Lone Tree’s ranching history lies within Schweiger Ranch
, a designated historic site that embodies the evolution of ranch life and is an exemplary representation of life in the west. It provides diverse, recreational, and educational opportunities to foster an understanding and enjoyment of the area’s cultural and natural heritage through displays, demonstrations, interpretive programs, and special events.
Join your neighbors at one of Lone Tree’s community events hosted throughout the year, such as Coffee with a Cop
, where residents gather to ask questions, voice concerns, and get to know the officers in the community. Each summer, the Lone Tree Arts Center hosts Tunes on the Terrace
, where locals and visitors gather to enjoy great music under the stars. Enjoy live music, food specials, and local Oktoberfest beer during Station Street Oktoberfest
Lone Tree is served by the Douglas County School District — one of the top school districts in the nation. Additionally, there are several wonderful private schools within commuting distance. Top educational opportunities include:
• Lone Tree Elementary School, PK-6
• Rocky Heights Middle School, 6-8
• Rock Canyon High School, 9-12
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