Check out the video below which talks about Parker and will help guide you on your way to a possible relocation into Parker Colorado.
Over the past 11 years I’ve helped move many families from around the United States and around the world to and from Parker, Colorado.
Some of the things that make Parker, Colorado a great place to live are the small town charm and easy lifestyle. Parker gives you this small town living feeling from it’s location which is about 20 miles Southeast of Denver. Parker doesn’t have the traffic that Highlands Ranch and Lone Tree have. Once you come home from work in the evening getting around to the stores or going out to eat is a breeze. You can relax in Parker, Colorado.
The charming Town of Parker has wide sidewalks for families to stroll and enjoy shopping, restaurants and bars and we even have a great wine bar right in the center of town.
O’Brien Park is right in downtown so you can spend the day at the park or hop on the Cherry Creek Bike Path from your Parker neighborhood and ride into town for ice cream. Whatever your pleasure Parker Colorado has it.
Parker is a very active and relatively young population. The problem in Parker is not trying to find something to do but deciding what activity you are going to do. The mountains and all the activities they have to offer are 30 minutes away. Summit County and world class skiing is just over an hour away. Castlewood Canyon or own miniature Grand Canyon lies 20 minutes south of town. Almost every neighborhood in Parker connects to the central Cherry Creek Bike Trail. This trail can be So, you are never left wanting for activity in Parker, Colorado.
Whatever you decide please watch the short video about Parker, Colorado.