Broomfield, Colorado, is located almost directly between Denver and Boulder along U.S. Highway 36. It’s a family-focused community of just over 72,747 people. Broomfield offers various housing options, including affordable starter homes, new construction, upscale condos, townhouses and apartments, and million-dollar mansions.
Broomfield is home to a variety of growing technology companies, and its school systems are highly rated. The residents enjoy stunning mountain views and easy access to plenty of shopping, dining, coffee shops, and parks. For all these reasons, Broomfield is considered one of the best towns to live in Colorado.
Broomfield Entertainment and Culture
Broomfield’s design is with the intent and purpose of preserving some of its natural landscaping and wildlife. As such, they’ve designated over 8,000 acres as public open space and provided access to over 280 miles of walking and biking trails in the region.
Here are some of Broomfield’s most popular attractions:
FlatIron Crossing Mall – This unique shopping center is one of America’s first hybrid indoor mall – outdoor shopping centers. Its vendors include major retail chains and various dining options.
Broomfield County Commons Open Space –This public common space offers several miles of trails, a large fishing dock, and wildlife viewing areas.
The Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum – This museum is unique and the only one of its kind in Colorado. It honors American veterans of all military conflicts with emphasizes 20th and 21st-century international disputes.
Paul Derda Recreation Center – This 85,000 square-foot facility provides recreation and exercise to all ages. A seasonal water park, The Broomfield Bay Aquatic Park has slides, a lazy river, and a pool. This Recreation Center is also home to the John Ferraro Gymnasium, which has two full-court gymnasiums and an indoor track. The Bob Prince Gymnastics Center is also part of this Recreation center with its 7,500 square-foot competition floor exercise area.