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While you may think that the mountains are all there is to this city, Money magazine named this town one of the top 100 "Best Places to Live" in the US. There are plenty of other factors that make it attractive to home buyers: a good economy based on a steady stream of well-educated graduates from local Colorado State University, and Old Town Fort Collins, a quintessential American Main Street.

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Fort Collins Lakeside KOA invites you to visit the city that Money Magazine recently designated as the best place in the United States to live! Locally owned and operated since 2006, we are situated near the foothills of the Colorado Rocky Mountains and offer a variety of camping opportunities for those eager to visit one of the most beautiful parts of the country. Our campground is open all year and surrounds a ten-acre lake with catch-and-release fishing, paddle boats, and a fitness trail. We have a beautiful mini-golf course, swimming pool, bumper boats, jumping pillow, huge blow-up slide, and video arcade that are open from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

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ituated north of Denver and tucked between the plains and the mountains, Fort Collins is the last city on Interstate 25 north before you hit the Wyoming border. It's also a gateway city to northern Colorado's and Roosevelt National Forest. And it has plenty to offer on its own, inluding a well-deserved reputation as one of Colorado's top craft-brewery hubs. Tourists fortunate enough to visit Fort Collins in June can join the state’s beer lovers who descend on the historic downtown area for the annual Colorado Brewer’s Festival. And no wonder! It’s an opportunity to sample some of the 60 beers showcased by 40 of the state’s microbreweries. This event is Fort Collins tourism at its finest.It’s not surprising that beer is big in Fort Collins, Colorado. This town of 145,000 is home to a Budweiser plant, a handful of microbreweries and 30,000 Colorado State University students. But beer is not behind the growth rate of nearly 22 percent during the first decade of the century. High-tech companies, from AMD in 2006 to Hewlett-Packard in 2011, drove growth by opening design and research facilities in this community, 65 miles north of Denver.One of the mainstays of Fort Collins tourism is the three-day, free Bohemian Nights music festival every summer. A mix of 60 Colorado bands and national headliners performs on six stages, drawing thousands of music lovers. Bohemian Nights, which began in 2005, is part of NewWestFest, a free 25-year-old celebration. Carnival rides and shows, two beer gardens, and 250 arts and crafts booths vie for attention during this festival.