You really can’t miss the obvious about Palmer Lake. This little mountain town is surrounded by… you guessed it correctly… Palmer Lake. And really, the lake is the center feature of this town, which abuts to the Santa Fe trail system. Regarding the lake itself, you may enjoy recreational activities, such as fishing, paddle boarding and kayaking.
Relative to the town itself, Palmer Lake is one of three communities within the Tri-Lakes region and has been around since the late 1800’s. It’s located east of I-25 and is convenient for travel to either Denver (northbound) or Colorado Springs (southbound).
Palmer Lake has a quaint downtown area that offers locally owned restaurants, antique shopping, boutiques, art galleries, and other growing small businesses. If you want to take the tie off and simply let your hair down and enjoy the freedom of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, then Palmer Lake might fit your lifestyle palate. It’s a nature enthusiast area with hiking trails galore.
Special events are held during the holidays as the community gets together. And of recent note about the new emergency town of Palmer Lake ordinance: No dogs allowed on reservoir trails at any time.
Give me a call if you’re interested to connect with the Palmer Lake vibe for living. Cherise Selley, Broker/Owner of Selley Group Real Estate, LLC, 719-332-4511.