The mountain town of Red Feather Lakes is built around a series of 14 lakes and is surrounded by the Roosevelt National Forest. It is located about 40 miles northwest of Fort Collins, Colorado.
People from all over the country have found the Red Feather Lakes and neighboring Livermore area to be a great place for a vacation cabin or camping spot. The area also serves as the permanent home for many families whose livelihoods are often tied closely to the thriving community of Fort Collins.
Moderately priced year-round housing is available for weekend getaways and for full-time residents. Many beautiful custom homes have been built in the area.
Attracting thousands of visitors a year from all over the world, The Great Stupa of Dharmakaya, the largest and most elaborate example of Buddhist sacred architecture in North America, is located a short drive from Red Feather Lakes. After 14 years of construction, the Stupa was formally opened to the public in August of 2001.