With an average elevation of over 9,000 feet above sea level, Park County offers a somewhat unique visitor experience and resident lifestyle.
Open vistas, abundant outdoor recreation opportunities, lofty mountain views, a pervasive deep respect for mountain heritage, and friendly towns and communities make relocating to Park County tempting for many visitors. It is the ideal place to live for those to whom a rugged, self-reliant, but community-minded way of life looks appealing.
Alma – Located on Colorado Highway 9 six miles northwest of Fairplay, Alma is the highest incorporated town in North America.
Bailey – 40 miles west of Denver on US 285, Bailey is a small, unincorporated community in the area known as Platte Canyon.
Como – Located eight miles northeast of Fairplay and one mile north of U.S. 285 on County Road 33.
Fairplay – Located at the intersection of U.S. Highway 285 and Colorado Highway 9.
Grant – West of Shawnee on U.S. Highway 285, the small town of Grant is the start of Guanella Pass.
Guffey – Located in the southern end of the County, South of Hartsel off of Hwy 9.
Hartsel – Located at the intersection of U.S. Highway 24 and Colorado Highway 9.
Jefferson – At the base of Kenosha Pass on US Highway 285, Jefferson is surrounded by large cattle ranches.
Lake George – 45 miles from Colorado Springs on U.S. Highway 24.
Shawnee – 5 miles west of Bailey on U.S. 285 tucked into the valley.
SUBDIVISIONS & RANCHES– Some basic information about a few of the areas we have property in.