This area has a few newer subdivisions but mostly older area since the first settlers wanted to be close to the mountains and have spectacular views. Some foothill neighborhoods are: Discovery, Mountain Shadows, Oak Hills, Oak Valley Ranch, Pine Creek Estates, Point of the Pines, Peregrine, Pine Cliff, Rockrimmon and Woodmen Valley.

These areas are to the west of I-25 with hills, some trees, some horse property, and city views. The Northwest neighborhoods are close to Garden of the Gods Park and the Garden of the Gods road corridor. There are nearby which make for an easy commute. The northern part of the Northwest is served by School District 20 and the southern part by School district 11. The Zip Code is 80919.

Parks…parks…parks are central to the theme in Northwest Colorado Springs. The Ute Valley, Mountain Shadows, Pinon Valley, Woodmen Valley, Marshall Sprague and Discovery Parks all provide a peaceful escapes or taxing trails..let’s not forget the dogs love to be out and play here too. The Wilson Ranch Swimming Pool and Four Diamond Sports Complex are readily available to adults and children who need to have some fun, as well as harness their energy.

Some of the tourist attractions in this area are the ProRodeo Hall of Fame, which is the only heritage center in the world devoted to professional rodeo, and the Flying W Ranch which claims the best western food and musical entertainment that can be found in Colorado. Let’s not forget its super close to the Garden of the Gods Park. Explore Colorado Springs' paradise in one magical stop. Garden of the Gods Park is a registered National Natural Landmark. This world-class Visitor & Nature Center and museum is the most visited attraction in the region with all new interactive exhibits. Learn how the amazing red rocks got there with the NEW Geo-Trekker theater experience, shown every 20 minutes