Looking Back: 2020 Best Places to Live in Boulder County
Superior has everything you need, whether it be the grocery store, Starbucks, high quality restaurants, movie theaters, malls– all within walking distance. Mountain biking trails are abundant with the closest one being 10 minutes away. The community is family-friendly and extremely welcoming, plus the commute into Denver and Boulder is a breeze.
Louisville is a wonderful community, and there are many events in the town that are open to everyone. Louisville has expanded drastically over the years into a great community, and if you are looking for a town with a lot of personality and charm that is still close to the mountains and the city, Louisville is the perfect place.
Main street is the bustling center of town, and since the creation of Eats and Sweets and Festival Plaza, extremely family friendly. There are places for children, teens, and adults alike including parks, recreational facilities, and specialty coffee houses, and many new and local beer breweries, including The Post and Front Range Brewing Co.
Niwot has a small town feel that is more secluded than some other town in Boulder County, making it a quiet sanctuary where you can rejuvenate and relax just minutes away from the gorgeous flatirons. Niwot was also named one of the best neighborhoods to raise a family in!
Longmont is smack in the middle of Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins, making it an excellent choice for college students at any of the three major universities in Colorado. Longmont is also a good place for anyone looking for good beer, with two national-level beer producers in Left Hand and Oskar Blues, as well as numerous smaller breweries.
Nederland, with its odd tradition of Frozen Dead Guy Days, is where the true hippies of Boulder have called their home for years. Although a bit of an oddball town, Nederland is right outside of Eldora Mountain Resort which makes skiing a very convenient winter activity.