Key among the many compelling reasons why Parker is the fastest growing city in Colorado are urban conveniences, a robust economy, proximity to the Denver Tech Center and Denver and country living against a backdrop of rolling hills.  Historically rich this community boasts equestrian living.


Historic attractions include the 20-Mile House Landmark; Ruth Chapel, the town’s first church; and Main Street Center, home to municipal offices and the Missoula Children’s Theater. The Center is also the site of art shows and musical productions.

Long a vital equestrian center, Parker boasts a quaint but lively downtown together with a wealth of well-planned residential communities and bustling commercial centers linked to one another and with Cherry Creek by a scenic network of trails and bikeways.

Downtown hosts O’Brien Park and Gazebo and Parker Station, home of Jock and Jill’s Sports Bar, a children’s clothing and toy store, photography studio, and several offices. The Tailgate which is a cozy pub and a great place to grab a burger.

Just to the north, E-470 provides high-speed connections to DIA, I-25 business parks, and mountain resorts and recreation areas.

Parker has amazing recreational centers, great school systems, beautiful mountain views and a lifestyle that is hard to beat.

About the Neighborhood

There are community events
Neighbors are friendly
Great schools
Car is needed
Easy commutes
Good transit
Great hospitals
Parks and playgrounds
It's dog friendly
Kids play outside
Walking / Hiking trails
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