Explore Southwest Colorado Springs

The southwest part of Colorado Springs is lower in elevation at 6200 feet and tends to be warmer than other parts of El Paso county, promoting the growth of more deciduous trees and beautiful flowers.

Explore Southwest Colorado Springs

The southwest part of Colorado Springs is lower in elevation at 6200 feet and tends to be warmer than other parts of El Paso county, promoting the growth of more deciduous trees and beautiful flowers.

Perhaps most known for the Broadmoor Hotel, the Broadmoor area is nestled up against the foothills of western Colorado Springs. The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo sits above and to the west and looks out over all of Colorado Springs and to the plains to the east. The large Broadmoor area of Colorado Springs in zip code 80906 is well established and you can feel it when you drive or walk through the treed neighborhoods and well-preserved older homes. There are homes available from the low $100,000's all the way up to multi-millions.

Schools in Southwest Colorado Springs

Southwest Colorado Springs is part of Cheyenne Mountain School District 12 and is home to Broadmoor Elementary, Canon School, Cheyenne Mountain Elementary, Gold Camp Elementary, Pinion Valley Elementary, Skyway Elementary, Cheyenne Mountain Junior High, Cheyenne Mountain High School, Cheyenne Mountain Charter Academy.

Parks and Open Spaces in Southwest Colorado Springs

Southwest Colorado Springs is home to Bear Creek Nature Center, Bear Creek Dog Park, Bear Creek Regional Park, Ivywild Park, Jenkins Park, Meadows Park, Quail Lake Park, Broadmoor Bluffs Park, Broadmoor Glenn Park, North Cheyenne Canon Park, Cheyenne Mountain State Park, and Upper Gold Camp Road.

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