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.
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