Superior’s striking transformation from a coal-mining town to a modern suburb with almost 600 acres of open space and 29 miles of trails is one to admire. This small town with big-city amenities is conveniently located just minutes from Boulder. A central bus station and proximity to Highway 36 also means easy access to Denver. Superior grabbed the attention of athletes and recreation-lovers alike with the opening of the Sports Stable, bringing to the city 180,000 square feet of ice rinks, fields, basketball courts, golfing, gyms, and more. It’s a key part of the town’s master-planned, 156-acre Downtown Superior development that includes retail, housing, dining, and recreation. With great schools, pools, abundant outdoor recreation, and a new community center, Superior is a hot spot for families looking to embrace the Colorado lifestyle and make the most of the Boulder area’s natural beauty. The portions of Superior affected by the 2021 Marshall Fire are seeing significant progress with rebuilding efforts. If you have questions about how this has impacted the housing market here, please feel free to contact us.
PJ’s Diner | Good ol’ homestyle breakfast done right—in a friendly, cozy spot.
Misaki | Folks come from all over Boulder County to savor some of the area’s finest sushi.
HangryHorse Eatery | Meet for a round of pickleball at the Sports Stable, stay for the yummy onion rings and a club sandwich.
Meadowlark Trail | Some of the best views in Boulder County are on view as you traipse your way through open prairie.
Purple Park | This idyllic park is a favorite, with paved paths that take you past pretty little ponds and grassy fields.
Superior Community Center | A growing number of art classes and workshops are available at this gorgeous new facility.
Chili and Beer Fest | A chili tasting and competition, paired with craft beers and live music, each October.
4th of July Celebration | It’s a classic American Independence Day each year, with a footrace, parade, festival, and kickball tournament.
“No. 3 Best Place to Live in Colorado” —Niche.com
13,541 people live in Superior, where the median age is 37.5 and the average individual income is $50,829.45. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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