Majestic mountain backdrops, sparkling lakes and rivers, clean, green, and serene — this is your environment every day when you live at RainDance, the new home community nestled in the town of Windsor in Northern Colorado. Here, every day feels like a vacation, with a carefree lifestyle, plenty of on-site amenities, and homes that were designed with relaxation in mind. Welcome home to RainDance.
Small-Town Charm with Access to Everything
Windsor, CO is a rapidly-growing, up-and-coming city in the tri-city area of Loveland, Fort Collins, and Greeley — perfectly situated between the Northern Colorado mountains and plains. An hour North of Downtown Denver but a world away, Windsor has maintained its quaint, mountain town charm even after explosive growth in the last few years. The town is relaxed and picturesque, with waterfront hang-outs and a breathtaking view of the Rocky Mountains that never gets old.
Once a major sugar beet producer, Windsor today is a leader in green energy and other industries focused on sustainability. Whether you work in town or closer to Denver, it’s always a good idea to head to downtown Windsor for a bite to eat in the evenings, or to one of the many craft breweries scattered throughout town. High Hops Brewery and Mash Lab Brewing & Kitchen are two favorites. On the weekends, the great outdoors awaits. Pack a bag and head to one of the nearby state parks for a few days of blissful camping, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, and more.
Never Travel Far to Feel This Good
In the heart of Windsor, the new master planned community of RainDance offers resort-style living, where every day feels like a vacation for the entire family. With beautiful new state-of-the-art homes and a wide variety of amenities, RainDance offers a lifestyle like no other in Northern Colorado.
Here, you can start (or end) every day with a focus on health and wellbeing. Fifteen miles of community trails through lush greenspace are perfect for walking, jogging, or biking. A community garden offers opportunities to meet neighbors, work the land, and harvest fresh, healthy food to add to the dinner table. And when you don’t feel like cooking, walk over to Ted’s Sweetwater Grill, where the waterfront views are just as good as the food.
In the summers, when the temperatures begin to soar, cool off anytime you want at RainDance River Resort, Northern Colorado’s largest water park that just happens to be right in your own backyard.