Colorado Springs Neighborhoods

Though there are numerous Colorado Springs neighborhoods, the city is split into five bigger areas. Many locals consider Colorado Springs’ neighborhoods divided by the historic and the modern. The older neighborhoods offer great insight into Colorado Springs’ history, complete with long-time favorite restaurants, hotels, and other historic buildings. The more modern neighborhoods in town offer big shopping centers and newer housing. Overall, Colorado Springs offers a high quality of life, great schools, and a friendly community. Here are some of the neighborhoods in the city.

 

Broadmoor
The Broadmoor neighborhood was named after the famous Broadmoor Hotel. The neighborhood is also home to Colorado Springs School, a gorgeous private school offered to grades kindergarten through 12th. Broadmoor is also home to Cheyenne Canon, Helen Hunt Falls, and Cheyenne Creek.

 

Other neighborhoods in Broadmoor: Fountain and Fort Carson, Security and Widefield, Southeast, Southwest

 

Downtown
Arguably the most historic part of the city, Downtown offers the oldest houses, businesses, and restaurants. Colorado College is located Downtown, therefore many of the older homes are now apartment buildings that offer more housing to students. Downtown, you will discover some of the most well-loved cinemas, restaurants, and bars, as well as the famous Acacia Park.

 

Other neighborhoods in Downtown: Audubon, Old North End

 

Northwest
The beautiful Northwest Neighborhood is known for its famous landmarks, delicious restaurants, and swooping hills. Garden of the Gods, one of Colorado Springs’ most prominent landmarks, is located right next to the Northwest neighborhood. Residents will enjoy the delicious restaurants and many beautiful parks while in this neighborhood.

 

Other neighborhoods in Northwest: Black Forest, Briargate, Flying Horse, Northeast, Northgate, Peregrine, Rockrimmon

 

Old Colorado City
As its name implies, the Old Colorado City neighborhood is one of the more historic in town. Historically, Old Colorado City was home to lots of bars and was known as a good place to go for a great time. The city’s beautiful farmers market is held in Bancroft Park, one of the best parts of the neighborhood.

 

Other neighborhoods in Old Colorado City: Pikes Peak Avenue, Pleasant Valley