Colorado is a state known for its stunning natural beauty and friendly, free-spirited people. Tourists flock to Colorado each year to enjoy any number of outdoor adventure activities, from mountain climbing to whitewater rafting, to hiking, fishing, and everything in between.

Beyond all of its outdoor recreational opportunities, it is also a state that offers plenty to see and do for everyone, regardless of your interests. It has many vibrant cities, each with a unique personality. 

If you are a part of the LGBTQ community and you have been thinking of making a move to Colorado, there will be no shortage of beautiful, wonderful places to choose from. Some of the cities you might want to consider include:

  • Colorado Springs: Colorado Springs is Colorado’s second-largest city, and one of its most beautiful. Home to Pikes Peak, Cheyenne Mountain, and plenty of Rocky Mountain beauty, it is a city that is not short on incredible scenery. Beyond its beautiful vistas, however, it is a city with much to offer – and a city with a growing and thriving LGBTQ community that would make a wonderful place to call home. Read the full Colorado Springs Gay City Guide here.
  • Denver: Denver, the mile-high city, is the largest in a 600-mile radius and the jewel of Colorado. For years, gay people from all over the west have flocked to this friendly, welcoming, and scenic metropolis. It is a city rich in arts, culture, outdoor recreational opportunities, and more. If you’re thinking about relocating to Denver, it may just be the best decision you ever make. Read the full Denver Gay City Guide here.
  • Aurora: Situated perfectly between the stunning Rocky Mountains and the rolling American prairie, Aurora, the third biggest city in Colorado offers the perfect blend of culture and adventure. If you enjoy outdoor recreation, live music, and an excellent food and nightlife scene, you’ll find it here. If you’re looking for a thriving, diverse, innovative, and progressive city – Aurora provides it all. Truly, it would be a great city to call home. Read the full Aurora Gay City Guide here.
  • Boulder: Boulder is a city that has long been known as a destination for free spirits, artists, nature lovers, and anyone who wants a progressive, welcoming community where they can truly be themselves. Boulder is a very open and friendly town with many incredibly diverse neighborhoods.  The leaders in Boulder have actually created programs that focus on accepting diversity and bringing everyone together. It’s a great city to call home, and an incredibly beautiful one too. Read more about the different neighborhoods in Boulder here.

After you’ve decided which Colorado city is the best fit for you, your next step should be to connect with a realtor who knows that city and its neighborhoods well, and who can help you find a home that you will love and enjoy for many years to come. If you’re ready to do exactly that, we have over 2000 LGBTQ realtors in our extensive network at www.GayRealEstate.com, and we are ready to help! Choose an agent and start a conversation – there is never a cost or obligation. We look forward to helping you find your perfect Colorado home soon!