Four Reasons to Relocate to Incredible Castle Pines

Published: February 18, 2021

Relocating to Colorado or simply seeking respite from Denver’s hustle and bustle? Homebuyers are flocking to Castle Pines. For good reason: 560 acres of open space and 74 park acres in just a 9.55 square mile area. This captivating city has dedicated itself to the preservation of the Centennial State’s natural beauty. That’s not all: Living in Castle Pines offers fine dining, grocery options, and exclusive shopping in the charming small town of Castle Rock. 

If you’re planning to tour homes at The Canyons — Castle Pines’ premiere home community — make sure you consider the many pros of moving to this exciting Colorado location. Read on to learn more about your future homestead: 

Rueter-Hess Reservoir

Rueter-Hess Reservoir is readily accessible from the Castle Pines Parkway exit off I-25. You’ll discover endless options for outdoor fun including paddleboarding, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, and more. 

Want to stay dry in the wintertime? Walk along the sandy lakeside or challenge yourself on its latest and greatest Incline installation. The 132-step Incline and surrounding trails are open every day. 

A day spent outdoors is a day well-spent.

Tee Time at The Ridge

One of the many perks of golf: It’s naturally socially-distant and a safe way to spend an afternoon year-round. 

The Ridge offers world-class greens that will tempt you, with 27 holes and sprawling views of the foothills. This public golf course has received nationwide and statewide accolades from Golf Magazine, Golfweek, and Colorado Avid Golfer. 

With an onsite restaurant available for dining within safety regulations, enjoy delicious food after you’ve played a round or two… or three… or four. 

Thriving Wildlife

As Colorado becomes more populated, it’s very important to establish a balance with our neighbors — including mule deer, bobcats, mountain lions, and even bears. While it might seem wild in Castle Pines, the municipality is careful to protect its existing ecosystem.

Living in Castle Pines gives you the rare experience of raising your family. Spotting wildlife in its natural habitat is one of the many perks of living here. 

Prepare for your residency by brushing up on wildlife etiquette to ensure you treat nature with respect while enjoying your home.

The Exchange Coffee House & Visitor Center 

We saved the best for last. While Castle Pines and neighboring Castle Rock have their fair share of restaurants, breweries, and entertainment, The Exchange Coffee House & Visitor Center offers unparalleled views of our developing community at The Canyons. 

With a menu including artisanal pastries, snacks, and toasts, The Exchange offers to-go options and online ordering. For those seeking more information about available homes at The Canyons, simply pop over to the visitor center!  

You can learn more about models from our five distinct Colorado builders, exciting community amenities to come, and how to make Castle Pines your home. 

Ready to visit? Click here to learn more. We look forward to seeing you soon!