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The city of Parker Colorado has been ranked No. 2 by Money.com on its 2020 Best Places to Live in America list. Furthermore, Money describes the Douglas County municipality, the county’s second-most populous city behind Castle Rock. In addition, Parker Colorado provides a “gorgeous natural setting” with “breathtaking views and plenty of proximity to wildlife.” Additionally, I live and work in Parker and enjoy the town immensely. For more about life in Parker, Colorado, check out our Community Page Here.
Many people are Moving to Parker, CO because it is a growing community with a small-town feel from its Victorian buildings downtown to huge mansions along with Colorado Golf Club. Also, Parker is located just 26 miles from Denver and 32 miles from the Denver International Airport. Furthermore, the growing job market, the variable cost of living, fantastic schools, and the low crime rate in Parker are all very attractive to those seeking to relocate. Parker, Colorado’s total estimated population is 87,528. Please view more information from our Relocation Page.
Parker boasts delicious local restaurants, craft breweries, and lodging facilities such as at Ascent on Main. In addition to golfing and equestrian, hiking, biking and walking are popular on the Cherry Creek Trail. Moreover, this picturesque trail originates in Denver, runs through Parker and continues south to Castlewood Canyon State Park. As a result, it is one of the 15 BEST things to do in Parker. Watch the video of some of the best things to do in Parker.
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