Broomfield is located northwest of Denver in Broomfield County. On November 15, 2001, Broomfield County became the newest and smallest county of Colorado.
Broomfield has 8,361 acres of open space and trails. The trail system continues to grow and is designed to accommodate multiple users connecting neighborhoods, schools, and public facilities. One of the highlights of the Broomfield Trail system is the Ruth Roberts Connector Trail and pedestrian bridge. This trail gives hundreds of homes direct access to Ruth Roberts Open Space. In addition to the trails and open space, Broomfield offers a bike park, a remote control airpark, multiple recreation centers and pools, 3 golf courses, and playgrounds. One of the highlighted areas is the Broomfield County Commons. This 300-acre park is home to the Paul Derda Recreation Center with a climbing wall, aquatic park with slides and a lazy river, and indoor and outdoor play areas, 237 acres of open space, and the 80-acre sports complex.
For all the shoppers there is Flatirons Crossing which has a variety of specialty and big box stores, restaurants, and a theater. The 1stBank Center is a venue for concerts, conventions, community events, and more. Water world, the Butterfly Pavilion, Rock Creek Farms, and Flatirons Vista are all nearby amenities for your enjoyment. Sound like a place you would like to live? Click below for a list of available homes in Broomfield.