Top Reasons to Live in Loveland CO
Loveland Housing Statistics These numbers represent rent to own properties, as well as houses and condos for sale and for rent:
Tourist Attractions Rocky Mountain National Park
Nightlife Loveland may have a small-town atmosphere, but at night it's brimming with restaurants, bars and entertainment venues. Thanks to the Budweiser Event Center, you can enjoy performances by internationally-known groups such as Alabama and Celtic Thunder. You can also unwind at local hangouts like the Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brewery (6025 Sky Pond Dr), where you'll enjoy handcrafted artisan beers and classic American dishes. Another local favorite is Backbone Gourmet Grub and Brewhouse (180 Cascade Ave), which features homemade beers and gourmet-style pub grub.
Outdoor Activities With its close proximity to Rocky Mountain National Park, Loveland is a mecca for hikers and cyclists, and it's the host city for the 2013 USA Pro Challenge cycling contest. The city also hosts youth and adult soccer leagues, several high school football teams and a youth basketball and baseball association.
Weather and Climate Loveland's average summer highs are in the mid-to-upper 80s, although temperatures can go above the 90s during Front Range heat waves. Average winter lows hover a bit below 20 degrees, with temperatures in January (the coldest month) averaging around 14 degrees. The average rain precipitation for the year is around 13.98 inches, with May being the rainiest month. With an elevation of 4,982 feet, Loveland gets approximately 31.6 inches of snow each year.