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Miliken

Why you'd want to live in Miliken

Milliken, CO is locally acknowledged as the “Hub of Northern Colorado.”  This fast growing, vital community is located six miles east of I-25 on Colorado Highway 60. Milliken has long been recognized as an agricultural center and though rapidly growing, the town continues to reflect the beauty and tranquility of small town, rural life. The town is surrounded by acres of rolling, majestic farmland, charming main streets, and the look and feel of a small town, It’s an easy gateway to I-25 making a commute to a city easy. Milliken offers residents beautiful parks, recreational activities, plenty of open space, excellent public services, and exceptional schools located in town. This is a diverse, friendly community.  Most people move to Milliken because they want a small town atmosphere along with the slower pace of life, the lack of traffic, and the fresh, clean country air.  According to citytowninfo.com the town is growing rapidly and currently the median age of Milliken’ residents is 27. Ninety-five percent of the town’s residents commute to work in nearby cities including Denver, Boulder, Greeley, or Fort Collins.  Generally, the people of Milliken love nearby Colorado enjoyments such as hiking, fishing, or skiing and spend their weekends enjoying their country home or heading to the hills. Community health and fitness opportunities, recreational sports, and special events abound in Milliken provided by the Thompson Rivers Parks & Recreation District.  There are six facilities across the Johnstown-Milliken range geared for families and neighbors to gather and have fun. Many residents appreciate a golf round at a local golf course or relaxing at the one of the city parks.  For families, there is a water park with pools, fountains, and water slides.  The town hosts several local festivals including Beef and Bean Day, Spring Clean-up, Milliken Madness Day, Festival of Lights, and a fishing derby. Spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains are always visible. via Search Homes in Milliken