Affordability, housing quality, neighborhood conditions, the community, and the town's location figure into each housing decision. Whether you have a growing family and need to move into a larger home, or are scaling down to a smaller one, your perfect home can be found in Berthoud. Berthoud neighborhoods are residential areas with stately trees and inviting parks scattered throughout. Roberts Lake and Park anchor the northern neighborhoods of Berthoud, while Berthoud and Bien Parks are the focus of the southern area of town. Berthoud residents enjoy easy commutes to employment centers like Denver, Loveland and Fort Collins while still providing a true oasis where families experience the quality of life that only a small town can provide.

Learn More About the Berthoud Community


 

The town of Berthoud, Colorado began as a simple depot stop after the Colorado Railroad constructed a line between Longmont and Cheyenne. Named for the surveyor of the line, Edward Berthoud, the town sprung up around the railroad business. Along with its growth as a railroad town, Berthoud’s farmers found success with crops like alfalfa, wheat, sugar beets, barley and corn. Sheep and cattle ranches were established with abundant grain resources. By 1900, Berthoud had become a bustling town with multiple stores, a newspaper, a grain elevator, a bank and more.


Since its early days as a railroad town and agricultural community, Berthoud has maintained its friendly, small town charm. Berthoud’s population has grown from just a couple hundred to over 6,000 and is a wonderful place to call home.

 

Berthoud Pool

Berthoud’s community swimming pool is open to the public every summer. Swimming lessons for all ages and abilities are available.


http://berthoud.org/parks_rec/pool.php


Roberts Lake

Roberts Lake in Berthoud is a gorgeous, open park with walking trails as well as a dock to view the lake. This is a great park for fishing, relaxing, and long strolls.


http://berthoud.org/parks_rec/Parks.php

 

Fickel Park

Berthoud’s own Fickel Park features sculptures created by local artists, surrounded by huge shade trees and many great picnicking areas. The park also offers a newly surfaced tennis court complete with lights.


http://berthoud.org/parks_rec/Parks.php

 

Skate Park

The Berthoud Skate Park features quarter pipes as well as numerous obstacles like boxes and rails. The park is open to the public and welcomes both skateboarders and bikers.


http://berthoud.org/parks_rec/Parks.php

 

Town Park

Located next to the community swimming pool, Berthoud’s Town Park has everything from a playground to volleyball, basketball and tennis courts to horseshoe pits. Two pavilions are available to rent, featuring picnic tables, grills and restrooms.


http://berthoud.org/parks_rec/Parks.php

 

Berthoud Community Library

The Berthoud Community Library, a beautiful building constructed in 1995, offers a variety of reading materials, cds, dvds and more to the public. In addition, the library offers programs for kids as well as adults and provides access to computers.


http://berthoud.colibraries.org/

 

Berthoud Day

An annual celebration, Berthoud Day is a festival providing entertainment for the whole community. The day begins with a pancake breakfast, followed by a 5k race and a day filled with great food and fun for all ages. A vintage baseball game is played in a nearby baseball field.

 

 

Oktoberfest

Berthoud’s newest festival, Oktoberfest, is a fun day of food, beer, music and dancing! Patrons will also enjoy local arts & crafts, children’s activities, bicycle race and a scarecrow parade.


http://www.berthoudoktoberfest.com/

 

Little Thompson Valley Pioneer Museum

Located in several historic buildings, the Little Thompson Valley Pioneer Museum houses hundreds of Berthoud artifacts and is a fantastic resource for local history.  Pre-arranged tours are available at no cost.


http://www.berthoudhistoricalsociety.org/index.htm

 

Affordability, housing quality, neighborhood conditions, the community, and the town's location figure into each housing decision. Whether you have a growing family and need to move into a larger home, or are scaling down to a smaller one, your perfect home can be found in Berthoud. Berthoud neighborhoods are residential areas with stately trees and inviting parks scattered throughout. Roberts Lake and Park anchor the northern neighborhoods of Berthoud, while Berthoud and Bien Parks are the focus of the southern area of town. Berthoud residents enjoy easy commutes to employment centers like Denver, Loveland and Fort Collins while still providing a true oasis where families experience the quality of life that only a small town can provide.

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