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Red Feather Lakes
THE COMMUNITY OF RED FEATHER LAKES
Surrounded by the 612,000 acre Roosevelt National Forest, this mountain village takes you far from the hectic city life. Red Feather Lakes boasts year round outdoor adventures and beautiful scenery. In the diverse wildlife of Red Feather, it’s not uncommon to encounter moose feeding in your backyard or wallowing in one of the 14 lakes surrounding the area.
Red Feather Lakes is the perfect place for the true Colorado outdoors lover, you will find a slew of hiking trails and unique attractions like Shambhala Mountain Center, a Buddhist retreat that hosts meditation sessions, educational programs and contemplative conferences. Shambhala Mountain Center is home to North America’s largest and most extravagant example of Buddhist sanctified engineering.
The Red Feather Lakes area was first settled around 1900 by loggers and ranchers. The town features a guest ranch, trading post and nearby restaurants providing visitors and residents with all the comforts and feel of a quaint vacation town.
Elevation: 7,890 Feet
Climate: Red Feather Lakes, CO, gets 16 inches of rain per year with the US average being 36.5 inches per year. Average snowfall is 88.5 inches with US average being 25 inches. Average high is 77⁰F and low is 11.9⁰F. On average Red Feather lakes sees 233 sunny days per year.
Geography: 45.1 miles North West of Fort Collins, 71.2 miles south of Cheyenne Wyoming
Religion: 2 year round churches and 1 Catholic Church, summers only.
Average family income: $73,334 (2014)
Elementary-level children attend Red Feather Elementary School or Livermore Elementary School. Each of the schools hold less than 100 students, providing optimal access to the highest levels of guidance. Middle and High school students are bussed down to Fort Collins schools where they have access to Colorado State University and Front Range Community College. Fort Collins is about 45 miles from Red Feather Lakes, equal to a 56 minute drive in the summer months.
Surrounded by Roosevelt National Forest, you can find horseback riding, fishing, hiking, biking, off-road vehicle roads, camping, boating and hunting. In the winter you’ll experience cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, sleigh rides and ice-fishing.
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For health care services, Red Feather Lakes residents will drive to Fort Collins which has state of the art health facilities available to residents. University of Colorado Health (UC Health) serves Northern Colorado, Wyoming and Nebraska. These facilities have engrossed some of the nation’s finest physicians in most specialties. You will also find Banner Health and Kaiser Permanente, amongst several smaller practices. Premier Care in Bathing is an Eldercare-Home Health Services company, which services the Red Feather Lakes region as well.
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|Average value of the dwelling in which household lives||$284,865|
|Avg. years a household has lived in dwelling.||16 years|
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