Loveland, CO Location Overview

Standing as Northern Colorado’s third largest city, Loveland, Colorado is located at the base of the Rocky Mountains on the border of Rocky Mountain National Park and Arapahoe Roosevelt National Forest, between Denver and Fort Collins. Loveland is nestled against the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, 46 miles north of Denver on the I-25 Corridor. Its population of about 67,000 makes it the second most populous city in Larimer County and the 14th most populous in Colorado. To the east, residents and travelers have easy access to Pawnee National Grassland to explore the mountains and plains all in one day.

Nicknamed the Sweetheart City, it’s home to many things local: one of the largest sculpture gardens in the country, local art at the Rialto Theater, food, and craft beer. Along with the perfect location comes low unemployment rates and high affordability, making Loveland an ideal location to raise a family. The “Sweetheart City” is the largest municipality in Larimer County. It’s currently known for its high-tech industries, vibrant city, and a thriving local community.

Loveland, CO

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