Lone Tree is a south Denver suburb, tucked just off I-25 in between Littleton and Parker. It’s located 20 miles south of downtown Denver with Parker to the east, Littleton and Highlands Ranch to the west, and Englewood and Centennial to the north.
Conveniently located along the Light Rail at Lincoln Station (the last stop south), this front range town lies within Douglas County. The incorporated city has large master planned communities like Ridgegate and home to Colorado’s largest shopping mall, Park Meadows.
Schweiger Ranch – While the city of Lone Tree may be new, the city comes with it an important history that residents have spent time and money preserving. Highlighting the city’s ranching history, Schweiger Ranch is a designated historic site that embodies the evolution of ranch life and is an exemplary representation of life in the west. The ranch is open for visitors the third Saturday of the month, from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM.
Park Meadows Mall – As one Colorado’s biggest shopping mall, Park Meadows is the ultimate destination for shopping, dining, and entertainment. With over 185 shops and restaurants, unique Colorado-themed decor, it’s hard not to find what you want!
Lone Tree offers a wealth of outdoor recreational opportunities. With a large network of hiking and walking trails, there is plenty to offer the outdoor enthusiast.
Bluffs Regional Park – This 2.7-mile loop trail offers some of the best views in the city. Hike, run, or bike to the top to take in views of Denver skyline, the front range, and local wildlife.
Hotels and lodging:
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Activities near Lone Tree
- Castle Pines (7mi)
- Castle Rock (14mi)
- Colorado Springs (54mi)
- Deckers (39mi)
- Denver (19mi)
- Franktown (18mi)
- Highlands Ranch (5mi)
- Littleton (12mi)
- Monument (38mi)
- Parker (8mi)
- Roxborough Park (18mi)
- Sedalia (13mi)