Despite its name, Lone Tree is a lush, beautiful, and growing city with close access to Downtown Denver and the DTC, as well as easy access to transportation like the RTD rail system and I25. With a thriving lifestyle and an ever-expanding city core—Charles Schwab recently opened a campus here, alongside other corporations—Lone Tree offers the best of modern suburban comforts within splendid natural landscapes. As this is an easily accessible city, residents frequently walk or bike throughout Lone Tree for all of their wants and needs. Welcoming and bustling, Lone Tree has everything you’re looking for—and more.
What to Love
Delicious global cuisines
Stunningly beautiful natural vista
Hundreds of amenities
Residents are kind and inviting, with the community coming together during annual events, such as the Independence Day Celebration. Whether you’re getting ready for an evening out with friends at Fogo de Chão or experiencing inspiring and artistic performances at Lone Tree Arts Center, there’s so much to explore, see, and do in this ever-growing and desirable community.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Wherever you are in Lone Tree, there’s a delicious restaurant waiting for you. At Sierra Restaurant, enjoy dishes like their Santa Fe-style enchiladas and crispy diablo sandwiches, which pair wonderfully with a frosty margarita. For refined Italian cuisine with a rustic touch, visit Cranelli’s Italian Restaurant. Want to cheer on the Denver Broncos, Colorado Rockies, and Colorado Avalanche in a high-end sports bar with great pints and entrées? Yard House is the spot for you. For authentic Brazilian steaks, spend the evening at Fogo de Chão. And for modern takes on American classics, stop by The White Chocolate Grill.
Local arts and culture come alive at Lone Tree Arts Center, a contemporary, innovative, and LEED-certified venue that produces and hosts a wide array of dynamic performances, exhibitions, and events. From theatre to live music, dance, and so much more, this 500-seat venue is known for intimate performances and a collaborative model that brings artists and patrons together in a gorgeous space.
Just five miles from Denver, spend your day shopping for high-end apparel, home decor, clothing, boutique finds, and everything in between at Park Meadows, Colorado’s largest shopping mall.
Things to Do
There’s always something to see and do in Lone Tree, whether it’s a free summer concert series or popular festivals held throughout the year. Spend the 4th of July with a dazzling fireworks display at the Independence Day Celebration. For the adults, Lone Tree’s annual Craftoberfest celebrates all things craft beer alongside games, live polka music, and authentic German cuisine. The annual Schweiger Ranch Fall Festival celebrates Lone Tree’s history with a variety of fall festivities, including pumpkin-picking and roasting marshmallows by the fire.
Cook Creek Pool is a local outdoor pool with water slides, a play structure, picnic tables, as well as swimming lessons. Sweetwater Park is a neighborhood open space with a playground and a baseball field that’s perfect for spending the day with family and friends. Known for its bison herd and home to historic ranch structures and stunning mountain views, Daniels Park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Douglas County School District provides Lone Tree residents and their children with great public schools and amazing private schools. Below are a few notable schools.
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