A Beautiful Town on the Edge of the Rockies
"Loveland Feed and Grain"
The 115-year-old building is one of the most historic buildings in Loveland. It is one of the few remaining reminders of Loveland’s agricultural roots and is listed on the local register of historic places. National recognition is underway. There is a very active effort, by Novo Restoration, Inc., underway to save this building and restore it to its former glory.
For more info go to http://www.lovelandfeedandgrain.org/index.html.
Loveland is located in northern Colorado, along highway 287 between Denver and Fort Collins (closer to Ft.Collins). There are two Loveland exits on Interstate 25; the town is about five miles west of the interstate. It has about 47,000 people.
You will see lots of bronze sculptures (see "things to do" tip) and a pretty interesting truck stop (see "restaurants" tip). The northern half of town is the nicest part, in my humble opinion.
THIS IS A T-SHIRT I GOT during our stop at Johnson's Corner. What is Johnson's Corner? Check my "restaurants" tip to see.
"THE NEW CENTERRA SHOPPING MALL"
THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL NEW MALL LOCATED NEAR LOVELAND
See my "shopping tips" for more photos and details
My Loveland Page
I think that Loveland was a nice little town, but in my opinion, Estes Park was much better. My sister was married in Loveland in a little chapel. The best part about Loveland is the senic view of the mountains in the western skyline.