Lone Tree Community Information

With an excellent location, first-rate shopping, a growing local economy, a thriving real estate market, a wealth of recreational opportunities and a spectacular scenic natural setting amidst the backdrop of the beautiful Rocky Mountains, Lone Tree is a very special community that residents love to call home.

One of the features that set Lone Tree apart from other suburban communities is the variety of shopping and entertainment available in town. There are several major shopping centers, including Park Meadows Shopping and Entertainment District, Heritage Hills Shopping Center, Lone Tree Commons, Shoppes at the Meadows, and Market Place/Town Center. Whether looking for a movie theater, the perfect steak dinner or a unique specialty item, residents can find it in Lone Tree. In addition to the restaurants and shops, there are also hotel complexes and conference centers serving the thriving local economy.

For a quieter time relaxing, residents may enjoy the Lone Tree Summer Concert Series or perusing the stacks at Lone Tree Public Library. The South Suburban Parks and Recreation District also operates a vast recreation center within Lone Tree. The facility includes a pool, running track, fitness studio, racquetball courts, a variety of cardiovascular equipment and a babysitting service.

Many other sites and attractions are located within a short drive of Lone Tree, including Wildlife Experience Museum, Littleton Historical Museum, Historic Red Rocks and Red Rocks Amphitheater, Chatfield State Park and Cherry Creek State Park. Wildlife Experience is a natural history museum containing paintings, photographs, sculptures and film oriented toward promoting knowledge of nature and conservation of the natural environment. At the Littleton Historical Museum, one can get a unique glimpse into the lifestyle of a late 1800s-era working farm. Spread over 14 acres, the site includes a museum with rotating exhibits, plus a log schoolhouse and icehouse.

Chatfield State Park and Cherry Creek State Park are both very popular sites for enjoying the outdoors and the natural Colorado landscape. At Chatfield, visitors can camp, hike and bike on trails, and even boat and fish on the reservoir fed by the South Platte River. The larger lake at Cherry Creek is available for sailing, fishing, water skiing, boating and other water sports. Cherry Creek’s rolling hills, camping and picnic facilities are a hit with visitors. Nearly 1.5 million people make use of the facility each year.

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