Located in southeastern Boulder County and is bordered by Broomfield & Lafayette. Louisville offers its residents a recreation/senior center, 26 city parks, 1,800 acres of open space buffer zones, 26 miles of trails and bicycle paths, and an award-winning $9 million public library.
Located on the growing technology corridor between Denver and Boulder, Louisville is a modern community offset by a historic downtown that’s making a name for itself with several new restaurants and boutiques.
The community is a successful example of how Colorado is blending the old and the new. Old Town’s Main Street’s new shops and restaurants are housed in historic buildings, while McCaslin Boulevard has a mix of modern restaurants, hotels and stores.
On the outskirts of town, the award-winning 18-hole Coal Creek Golf Course features a links-style front nine and a wide-open view of Boulder’s famed Flatiron peaks.
Additionally, Louisville boasts 1,700 acres of open space, and rolling, country roads on the north side of town are popular for road cycling.