Welcome to Littleton

The quaint suburb in Denver with a small-town feel
Littleton is a small historic suburb in Denver with a distinctive personality. Even though it’s just a few miles south of downtown Denver, it has its history and looks completely different from the rest of Denver. Littleton has been called the best suburb in Denver and is characterized by residential houses, antique shops, relaxed eateries, art galleries, and its art center. Littleton Public Schools have received the highest academic accreditation and are among the top in the nation for safety and security. Most of Littleton is settled along the east side of the South Platte River. Littleton is ideal for those wanting to live life at a slower pace while having the convenience of Downtown nearby.

What to Love

  • Small town feeling
  • Proximity to downtown Denver
  • Family-friendly
  • Highly rated schools

Local Lifestyle

Littleton is a suburb with a laid-back and friendly personality. As a result, it is also a tight-knit community that values family activities. Due to just being minutes away from the mountains, recreational opportunities are countless. Most residents are active and engage in physical activities in nearby green spaces or Golden.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

The Melting Pot is a well-known restaurant that creates a unique four-course dining experience. A bevy of sides can accompany your decadent cheese fondue, like your choice of seafood, poultry, steak, pasta, or vegetables. The Melting Pot is perfect among large groups of friends or even for a small intimate moment. Whichever option you choose, it will be an unforgettable eating experience.
On a hot day, splash around at the Pirates Cove Water Park. This water park is filled with every kind of water attraction exciting enough for all ages. For those who want to take it easy, a lazy river lets you drift comfortably around the cove. There is also a sandy play area for children to take a break from playing in the water and build a sand castle instead. 
The Carson Nature Center and South Plate Park is a fantastic place to explore for nature lovers. The South Plate Park contains natural habitats expanding over 880 acres of preserved land. Visitors can fish in any of the park’s five lakes, kayak in the river, cycle, or walk its trails. At the Carson Nature Center, there are countless exhibits, nature programs, and classes anyone can enjoy. The Carson Nature Center is also responsible for holding field trips or special events.

Things to Do

If you’re ever in the mood for delicious beer, grab a cold one at Breckenridge Brewery, a brewery that crafts delicious beers for any occasion. Initially inspired by Colorado’s mountains and ski lifestyle, this brewery aims to deliver the best variety of beers that suit every mood or occasion. 
Hudson Gardens is a nonprofit organization with over 30 acres of beautiful green spaces available to residents. Aside from providing a visually striking nature, there is a beekeeping program in which guests can enroll. Art installations are also displayed throughout the gardens and alongside nature to stimulate visitors mentally.  
In Autumn, residents look forward to the Harvest Festival. It is a wholesome event held on the living history farms of the Littleton Museum. There are Halloween pumpkins to carve, station wagon rides, games, and refreshments.
The Summer Concert Series kicks off outside the Littleton Museum. Everyone is invited to bring their picnic blankets and lawn chairs to sit and enjoy the live music. This local event is a favorite, with seating on a first-come, first-serve basis.


Littleton Public Schools rank among the best in the state. Students may attend:

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