Last year, Northern Colorado saw significant growth in the region’s smaller communities. Considering job growth, the housing market, population increases and new businesses, both Berthoud and Windsor were huge driving forces for the region....
Berthoud provides a blend of graceful Victorian homes, new housing developments, tree-lined streets, beautiful parks and an historic business district to create a warm, hometown environment. It’s nicknamed the "Garden Spot of Colorado” and is a charming community situated between Loveland and Longmont on the Front Range of Colorado.
Berthoud maintains its connected, small-town feel through events such as its annual Berthoud Days which occurs on the first Saturday in June and begins with a parade and ends in the Town Park. Fickel Park is gaining prominence as a growing a sculpture park, which has helped bring an “artsy” feel to the park and the town boasts a small arts community. Through the summer, the town also plays host to a farmers' market.
The downtown area embodies the spirit of Berthoud's charm with little shops and restaurants, as well as a museum and community center. This is a uniquely tight-knit community, a feeling that is reflected in the full-calendar of local events that keep Berthoud buzzing with activity throughout the year.
Berthoud's proximity to I-25 offers easy access to larger cities such as Fort Collins and Denver, while Loveland, Longmont and Boulder are quickly accessed via U.S. 287. Berthoud offers stunning views of Colorado's Rocky Mountains.