Lone Tree offers world class shopping, over 100 great restaurants, numerous hotels, and unique entertainment, as well as glorious hiking and biking trails. All of this is topped off by some of the most amazing, unique and expansive views of Colorado’s Front Range. Best of all, it’s all within nine square miles, so there is minimal travel between experiences.
The Lone Tree area has a wealth of tourism opportunities including Colorado’s only resort shopping at the world class Park Meadows Mall and, soon, Cabela’s, the world’s foremost outfitter of hunting, fishing and outdoor gear. Unique entertainment includes Colorado’s SkyVenture, one of the only indoor skydiving arenas in the nation and the Wildlife Experience, which provides an opportunity to learn about wildlife from throughout the world. Just moments away are miles of hiking and biking trails in expansive bluffs allowing visitors to experience Colorado’s beauty and outdoor adventure.
Living In Lone Tree
What the Residents of Lone Tree Say
• 97% of our residents would recommend living in Lone Tree.
• 92% of our residents describe our parks and recreation as great.
• 95% of our residents describe our City services as great.
• Located at the busy junction of C/E-470 and I-25, with over 90,000 cars/per day.
• Minutes from Centennial Airport, the 2nd busiest general aviation airport in the U.S.
• Home of Park Meadows Shopping Center ,Colorado’s only “retail resort”
• Denver International Airport is only 25 minutes away
• Arts & Entertainment
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Lone Tree Visitor Guide
The City of Lone Tree boasts a $3.46 billion economy which amounts to a little over 1.3% of the Colorado economy.
Lone Tree boasts a highly skilled, highly educated labor force. Nearly 60% have a Bachelor’s Degree or higher, substantially higher than the national average of 28.1%. Over half (54.2%) of the labor force works in management, business, sciences and/or arts. An additional 29.9% are in sales or administrative support, and 8.9% are in service occupations. The remaining 7% are in construction, production and transportation occupations.
Lone Tree is poised to become an economic powerhouse in northern Douglas County. Though 9.6 square miles is yet undeveloped, it already boasts over 15% of total employment in Douglas County, and nearly 10% of worker earnings. With the expansion of light rail, it will add significantly to the economic vitality of southeast Metro Denver. Lone Tree provides the kind of environment that attracts and retains thriving businesses and is a magnet for skilled, highly educated workers. Good schools, plenty of open space and parks, and easy access to light rail make Lone Tree a good place to live, work and recreate.*
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If you’re not convinced yet, why not visit Lone Tree and see if it’s right for you?