Listed in travel blogs everywhere as one of the most beautiful states in the U.S., Colorado is a steady favorite for people looking to relocate. From its intricate and exhilarating metropolitan areas to its massive mountain ranges bustling with wildlife, ski resorts and private getaways, it’s easy to understand why. Making the decision to move to Colorado is the first step, but now you must try to narrow down your search while sifting through a large number of properties. This is no easy task, especially for someone with horses in tow. Read on and we’ll give you a profile of one of the most ideal spots to find the best Colorado horse properties around.
With its fascinating history, beautiful landscapes, and endless amount of things to do, Longmont is a city you cannot miss. It’s home to a vast amount of people with horses, including people from every discipline in the horse industry – one of the things that makes the diverse city so great. There are multiple ranches here from working cattle ranches, to show barns that compete in Dressage and Hunter/Jumper, to places that operate charitable programs such as the Colorado Therapeutic Riding Center. With so many people in the industry here you are bound to find a surplus of activities to get involved in.
Being as densely populated with horses as it is, Longmont is perfect for people who want to move into a well-established area immersed in the horse culture. Whether you need directions from a local to the best places to explore or just someone to ride the trails with, Longmont and its people are sure to deliver. On our See horse properties throughout the Front Range to see properties for you and your horses.
Longmont horse properties include a wide range of amenities:
- Covered indoor arenas with seating
- Grooming barns with heated wash stalls
- Outdoor arenas with show booths
- Covered runs in the paddocks
- Private land with lakes, creeks, lush meadows
- Properties bordering buffalo farms & 1000+ acres of dedicated Open Space, plus many more!
If interested in learning more about these horse properties please contact J. David Lampe, a Colorado Horse Property Realtor, who can guide you toward your dream home nestled in the Colorado Rockies. Your new home awaits.