A haven for outdoor adventure, Colorado offers world class skiing, Pike's Peak explorations, Dinosaur National Monument, white water rafting and so much more. With an average age of 34, Colorado residents like to take advantage of the many things available to do for fun and excitement. Lots of residents move here to an apartment where they can they can hop on a trail or visit a park right after work to make the most of their days.
While renting here you may want to take a tour of the Rocky Mountain National Park, visit the Cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde National Park or go for a ride on the Pikes Peak Cog Railway in Manitou Springs.
Some of Colorado's largest employers include All State Insurance, Lockheed Martin Space Systems, Peterson Air Force Base and Colorado State University. With an average income of more than $50,000.00, Colorado is a great place to live and work.
Denver, Colorado Springs, Lakewood and Fort Collins are several of the biggest cities in Colorado where many people call home. Many residents arrive here via the Denver International Airport. The Denver Metropolitan area which encompasses a large part of the state’s population is served by public bus and rail transportation making it easy to get around. You can drive down I-25 south to Colorado Springs where you there are several military bases and a campus for the University of Colorado.