A million years in the making is what people think about when living in Roxborough. Located in northwest Douglas County, Roxborough is adjacent to Chatfield and Roxborough state parks, where there are endless opportunities for activities and natural beauty. The quality of life in Roxborough is treasured by the community's residents.
New subdivisions such as Sterling Ranch, Ravenna, and others on the horizon will include exciting new amenities, schools, and businesses. A major aspect of Roxborough is enjoying the great outdoors. Roxborough has easy access to a wide variety of outdoor activities, and abundant wildlife is a hallmark of the community.
Roxborough is a Colorado Natural Area and a National Natural Landmark for good reason. The park, which is close to 4,000 acres, is filled with dramatic red rock formations, distinct plans, and a host of wildlife ranging from black bears to mule deer. Roxborough's natural wonders can be viewed from a series of trails for every level of hiker. The Fountain Valley Overlook is only 100 yards from the visitor center, and provide spectacular views of several beautiful rock formations, including the Fountain and Lyons formations, and the Dakota Hogback.
Roxborough is surrounded by south Littleton and Highlands Ranch to the north, and Castle Pines and Castle Rock to the south. Abundant mountain and open space are mixed in-between the community and most conveniences are just a few miles away. Residents enjoy sledding at the main community park, a cool beverage at the Waterton Tavern, playing tennis, and a convenience skate park.
Living in Roxborough and the surrounding area is a beautiful experience, and the community offers a variety of home styles and price ranges. Nearly every neighborhood offers views of the foothills, rock outcroppings, and wildlife, and homeowners are never too far away for a local marketplace and other conveniences.