• Our Old Town inspired Main Street, U.S.A in Disneyland! 
  • We're located at the base of the Rocky Mountains, perfect for outdoor enthusiasts!
  • We're one of the most bike-friendly cities with over 280 miles of bike lanes and trails! 
  • Fort Collins is well-known for it's craft beer scene and is home to New Belgium Brewing.
  • Colorado State University plays a significant part in out city's culture.

Explore Fort Collins

Take a tour! 

Lori Juszak is also the owner of Fort Collins Tours where they offer Ghost Tours, Haunted Pub Tours, & Brewery and Distillery Tours.

Learn more here


Jamie Schneider

Carrie Beyerly

Betsy Jennings

Chelsea Hurlich

Clint Burkholder

Lori Juszak

Our Fort Collins Favorites

"My favorite thing about Fort Collins is the community love of dogs! It almost seems like a requirement to have a dog to live here :). I walk daily over in Spring Canyon Park and love to meet all the four footed friends along the trail. I've met a lot of human friends that way as well."

"I love exploring family-friendly activities with my littles in Fort Collins! A few of our favorites are the Horsetooth Falls hike, pick-your-own flowers at Garden Sweet Farm, Lee Martinez Farm, and the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery. There is always more to see and do with kids!"

"Northern Colorado is home to me for its abundance of outdoor spaces—hiking, biking, playgrounds, water features, downtown shopping areas… Northern Colorado is thriving with endless opportunities to get outside and enjoy this beautiful state!"

"One of our family's favorites are heading out for a day of fun with a picnic in the park and a little visit to the mountain bike course! "

"Gateway park up the Poudre Canyon is one of my favorite places to go outside the city. If it's fall time, then drive into the mountains and check out the color changing trees!"

"My favorite thing about Fort Collins is all of the nature nearby! From Horsetooth Reservoir to Lory State Park to Gateway Natural Area, there are so many outdoor activities within just a short drive."

BEtty and Wayne

"Lori was extremely helpful, infinitely patient, and a pleasure to work with. She's very knowledgeable about the area, and helped us to find out perfect home! Hands down the best agent we've ever worked with. "

If you look to the west above Horsetooth Reservoir you’ll see the large and interesting outcropping of rock known as Horsetooth Rock. It’s visible from many areas of Fort Collins although it looks grey from a distance, and much of the rock formation is actually fairly red.

How did a rock become sculpted to look like a horse’s tooth? The Arapahoe legend tells us that there was once a giant who presided over the area, calling it the “Valley of Contentment”. The giant protected the animals living there from all harm, and they could not be hunted. If anyone were to enter the valley with the intent of harming the animals, death would “rain down upon them”.

In time a great drought came upon the land outside of the valley, and all of the animals that the local tribes once hunted moved on in search of water. The people of the tribes were without meat, and began to starve. They decided to brave the giant in order to hunt the plentiful buffalo, deer and antelope roaming the Valley of Contentment.

The tribes gathered and planned their hunt. They would wait until the Hunter’s Moon as they knew the giant was weakest when the moon was bright. Before embarking on their hunting journey, they chanted and called upon the magic of their ancestors to provide them with the tools they needed. A tomahawk was sent from the heavens and the tribes bestowed on it enchantments until the time they had waited for was at hand.

Chief Maunamoku led his warriors to the valley in search of the giant, and found him sleeping atop the mountain. The chief took the magic tomahawk and heaved it over the chest of the sleeping giant, sinking it deep into his heart. He again raised the tomahawk and sliced back into the giant’s chest, killing the giant and turning him into stone. His blood ran freely down into the valley.

The giant is now Horsetooth Rock, and the slices of his chest reflect the formation of the rock. The red color comes from the giant’s blood.

There are no more buffalo in the valley, and many fewer deer and antelope. The Valley of Contentment is no more and the tribes have been banished to reservations and replaced with a new people who frequently disrespect the land.

When the thunderheads come over the mountains and descend upon Horsetooth Rock, many think it could be the spirit of the slain giant, rumbling his anger and striking the valley below with rods of lightening in retribution for the slaughter of his animals and the theft of his valley.

The Arapahoe Legend of Horsetooth Rock

A little local history

The best resources for
Ft. Collins homeowners

Mark Warner is an experienced contractor with 5 star reviews who will maintain properties and remodel and make repairs as needed. His "eyes on" approach brings him into the property quarterly to change furnace filters, check under sinks for leaks and make a general assessment of the current condition of the property. Mark has done many higher end remodels and is available for your remodeling and repair questions.

Warner Maintenance Services

Call Mark at 970-481-2801

Owner Lisa Burkholder is our "go-to" for making vacancies and new listings shine! Her attention to detail and ability to bring out the best in a home is amazing.

Busy Bee Cleaning Service

Call Lisa at 970-699-8691

Kira Rhodes, owner, personally oversees her crew to ensure your home's lawn is tended to and the landscaping is inviting and well cared-for.

Rocky Mountain Lawn & Landscaping

Call Kira at  970-690-2264