It’s a question we have asked ourselves since we began planning The Canyons. How do we build a new community of homes that respects the land’s rolling topography and beautiful stands of Gambel Oak?
The answer is by working with nature, not against her. Upholding an ethic of preservation, and a commitment to saving and restoring the native landscape and following the unique contours of the land.
Not a small endeavor, to be certain. But so worth it.
All maps, images, and community amenities represented here are artists’ renderings which are conceptual and illustration in nature should not be relied upon for any purpose, and are subject to change without notice. 2019
Future Parks & Trails
When you live at The Canyons, the only thing better than being in your beautiful home is being in beautiful nature. With almost a third of our community dedicated to parks, trails and open space, the outdoors will be a constant invitation to explore. This is Colorado, after all.
Bring the kids and get ready to play, because there’s no shortage of places to explore—like the adventurous play structure, tot lot, grassy fields and more.
Wild Oak Park
Let your children’s imagination run wild while you relax and take in the view of the heritage Wild Oak tree.
The Lawn at First Light
The Lawn is like a peaceful and private yard … but even better. No play structures. Amazing views and lots of quiet—that you can take in from the three-season pavilion.
The Green at Canyon Village
Our central community park is part of The Green at Canyon Village, and where the community meets for events, concerts and more.
Hit the ground hiking.
Or biking. Or walking. The Canyons will have 15 miles of paved and dirt trails, for however you like your nature. Meet neighbors for a day hike, take your mountain bike for a vigorous trek on the single-track trail, or enjoy a more relaxing walk on one of the smaller, shorter paths that lead to a larger trailhead. You know that saying “there’s something for everybody”? It’s true here.
There’s just something about coming home and being greeted by these beautiful animals. Stop by sometime, and say hello to them. They’d be happy to meet you.
In addition to preserving the natural beauty on the ground,
we are equally committed to preserving the beauty above us.
By being highly selective in our outdoor lighting, we are protecting the night sky from light pollution—an effort that supports both our health and wildlife habitats. More stars?
Well that’s a big, breathtaking bonus.