The Journey Awaits
Isn’t nature wonderful? Her never-ending story takes you along journeys of mystery, suspense and intrigue. And every step here at Barefoot Lakes brings you closer to the realization that there is always more to discover.
Extensive trails, wide open spaces, twin sapphire lakes – all set against backgrounds of robin’s egg blue skies and Colorado’s poetic marmalade sunrises and sunsets.
The treasure trove of natural splendors at Barefoot Lakes rewards this community with a deep appreciation and respect for the outdoors.
Peruse the categories below to learn about the amenities, neighborhoods and organic setting of this haven that nature calls home.
Peninsula Park: Coming Fall 2018
Exploration is a privilege. That privilege will be granted with full access in the 12-acre Peninsula Park.
Emerging from the community’s two lakes, this regional park will be filled with activities for all ages, abilities, aspirations and adventures.
Stay up-to-date on Peninsula Park and other amenities coming to Barefoot Lakes by joining our interest list.
We’re creating neighborhoods where you will immediately sense something different here.
Discover WaterSide neighborhood – the first of three neighborhoods coming to Barefoot Lakes, and the first to offer incredible new homes. Run, walk or stroll the neighborhood trails meandering through WaterSide Park and down to the nearly 3 miles of lakeside trails surrounding the community’s twin sapphire lakes.
Find your respite in the natural setting of Barefoot Lakes and live in the haven that nature calls home by owning your piece of WaterSide.
Flora & Fauna
During your walks on the trails of Barefoot Lakes, keep your eyes peeled for occasional appearances by our furry, flying and chirping neighbors.
Barefoot Lakes was designed to complement nature and celebrate life. In fact, we’ve focused on native Colorado plantings, perennials, and minimizing turf areas to decrease water use and enhance the unassuming yet beautiful setting of the community. As the community grows, so will the native short grass meadows, which require less and less water as they age.
Best of all, we’ve carefully selected wildflowers, shrubs, and native grasses that are unique for communities and keep a seasonal beauty that is a welcoming habitat for wildlife.