Indian Creek is for those looking to live a quieter life, while still having access to city amenities. You trade trendy shops and restaurants for a neighborhood with the second-lowest crime rate in Denver and an average home price thats in the low $300,000’s.
What is there to do in indian creek?
In Indian Creek, it’s nice to start the day off at MORU Coffee, where you can choose from plenty of baked goods and espresso drinks. Then, take a walk on the High Line Canal. It’s 71 miles of path connecting with nature and communities. It’s actually one of the longest and most spectacular linear parks in the nation. There’s also a highly rated gym in this neighborhood- Axistence: Training for a Life of Adventure. They “offer regular classes throughout the week with open gym on Wednesdays, plus optional excursions, like ice climbing or rafting, and specialty classes on subjects like nutrition, running technique, self-defense and wilderness survival.”
Rocky Mountain Prep Creekside (ECE, K-5)
- RTD Bus Routes 73 & 83D are accessible.