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Popular Lone Tree Apartments
Englewood, Colorado, 80111
1 Bedroom$979 - $2,171
2 Bedrooms$1,053 - $1,828
3 Bedrooms$1,329 - $2,484
Lone Tree, Colorado, 80124
1 Bedroom$994 - $1,525
2 Bedrooms$1,588 - $2,030
3 Bedrooms$2,060 - $2,199
Lone Tree, Colorado, 80124
1 Bedroom$995 - $1,440
2 Bedrooms$1,630 - $2,100
3 Bedrooms$2,260 - $2,300
Englewood, Colorado, 80112
1 Bedroom$999 - $1,533
2 Bedrooms$1,140 - $1,644
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Welcome Home to Lone Tree
Welcome to Lone Tree. This somber-sounding city is not somber at all; it’s a fun-loving locale in Douglas County, Colorado. At about 20 miles from Denver, Lone Tree is considered to be a suburb of this big city. It’s easy for renters from Lone Tree to commute into Denver for work or play.
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Lone Tree for Me
Lone Tree is a very family-friendly community. It has highly ranked schools and countless opportunities for outdoor play. With parks, playgrounds, trails, dog parks, and lakes, you’ll be able to find the perfect place to indulge in your activity of choice, whether its mountain biking, hiking, rock climbing, or kayaking. If you’re looking for some action on the greens, there are several courses in and around Lone Tree. The Lone Tree Golf Club and Hotel is an 18-hole public course with stunning views of the Rocky Mountains. You could also take the family for a round of miniature golf at Go Putt! Is it raining? Snowing? Do you feel a little chill in the air? Don’t let that stop you from getting your green on. Head to Swingers Golf Lounge, where you can play a round on the Golf Simulators. You’ll not only stay dry and warm, you’ll also be able to get in 18 holes in under an hour! This is an interesting way to enjoy a round and work on your game. When you’re done, settle in at the bar for a drink and a snack.
Recreation in Lone Tree
Have you always wanted to skydive but hesitated because the thought of jumping out of a perfectly good airplane seemed crazy? No problem. There’s a place in Lone Tree where you can go indoor skydiving. No joke. Sky Venture Colorado will let you feel the rush of jumping out of a plane without having to feel the splatter of bugs in your face. If simulated skydiving isn’t your thing, perhaps you’ll find something fun at the Recreation Center. This 55,000 square foot center boasts a full-size gym, a fitness area, an aquatics area with a pool, river, and water slides, a babysitting room, and more. Your family is bound to spend lots of time here.
Being only 20 miles from Denver sure does have its advantages. Feel like checking out some art? Scoot on over to the Denver Art Museum. Want to take the family somewhere educational? Check out the Denver Museum of Nature and Science or the Denver Zoo. You can also head into Denver to join in the fun at one of the city-wide celebrations, including the Great American Beer Festival, Cinco de Mayo, the Moon Festival, or the Dragon Boat Festival. From arts and culture to sports and dining, the opportunities in Denver are limitless. What are you waiting for? Move into your new pad in Lone Tree and live it up in this Colorado community. With lots of activities, both indoors and out, and easy access to the state capital, what’s not to love?
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What do people in Lone Tree do as far as outdoor recreation?
Opportunities for outdoor recreation are virtually endless in Lone Tree. In the immediate vicinity there are various parks that offer hiking, camping, and fishing in the summer months, as well as skiing, sledding, and ice skating during the winter. These include Chatfield State Park, Cherry Creek State Park, Deer Creek Canyon Park, and Bear Creek Lake Regional Park, among many others. A little farther west is a great expanse of mountains, most of which is national park land such as Pike National Forest, Arapaho National Forest, and Rocky Mountain National Park.
Do most people in Lone Tree rely on public transportation?
Most people in Lone Tree do not rely on public transportation, but some do. In fact, the number of people who take public transportation in Lone Tree is 6 percent greater than the Colorado average and 19 percent greater than the national average. Lone Tree offers several transportation opportunities, including buses operated by the Regional Transportation District (RTD), Southeast Light Rail, and Lone Tree call-n-Ride. These options allow residents and visitors are able to travel around the city, to downtown Denver, and to other points in the area fairly easily. Still, 78 percent of commuters drive their own car alone, 6 percent carpool with others, and 8 percent work from home.