Embrace Nature’s Gifts
Live near Parks, Trails, and Open Space
There is so much beauty surrounding Sterling Ranch: the remarkable Rocky Mountains to the west, two state parks (Chatfield and Roxborough) to the north and south, and clear blue skies above. It is only natural that we built our community as an extension of its glorious location — a place we are blessed to call home.
We’ve preserved over 1,300 acres of open space within Sterling Ranch for current and future generations to enjoy. These open spaces are not only a beautiful place to explore but they also honor animal migration patterns. Year-round, our residents view wildlife right from their front porches. Pocket parks are also plentiful throughout our neighborhoods — residents love getting outside and watching their kids play together.
The Great Outdoors
Take advantage of extensive trail systems near Sterling Ranch
Feel like venturing outdoors? Around here, you don’t have to go far to enjoy breathtaking, only-in-Colorado views. With over 30 miles of community trails, you’ll glimpse our state’s ecosystem and its many gifts right outside your front door. There’s also a variety of terrain to hike, trail run, or bike within a short drive’s distance. Take a gander at some of our favorite trail systems, just 20 minutes (or less!) from Sterling Ranch:
- Highline Canal Trail
- Lyons Overlook Trail
- Deer Creek Canyon Park
- South Valley Park
- Golden Eagle Trail
- Meadowlark Trail
- Waterton Canyon
- Mary Carter Greenway Trail
- South Platte River Trail
The opportunities to get outside here are endless — it’s no wonder our residents love to indulge in the outdoor lifestyle. Visit us today and experience the daily dose of what makes Sterling Ranch a spectacular place to live.