Combining a mountain lifedata-style with a short commute to city lights may be what draws people to Conifer, but it is likely that the good neighbor attitudes and peaceful community spirit is what tends to keep them here.
This unincorporated burg offers plenty of opportunity to observe the wildlife of the Rockies from close quarters, while enjoying a more rugged lifedata-style reminiscent of Colorado's heritage. Discover theater, fine dining, and breathtaking nature walks all tucked into the foothills at 8,000 feet. Crave some noise and activity? U.S. Highway 285 is your corridor to the city just 30 minutes away.
Rich in mountain lore, including the famous four-legged chicken born on the farm of the Fields family and proudly displayed in the Fields Trading Post through the 1930s, homes in Conifer are a reflection of individual tastes where you'll find everything from rustic, hand-hewn cabins to elaborate abodes, and even grand castles.
Favorite activities include hiking, biking and walking trails, zip lines and disc golf courses, along with sledding and skiing. Between the annual Christmas Winterfest, Elevation Celebration summer festival and the OctoBEER Festival, you'll discover many reasons that will draw you into the community, whether visiting or choosing to call Conifer home.