CNN recognizes Colorado mountain towns, like Durango, as places to retire if you’re relocating to Colorado.  With year round mild temperatures, the mighty Animas River, great recreational opportunities, and as many restaurants per capita as San Francisco, Durango is a great place to relocate to.  Its no wonder people have discovered Durango for retirement, community, and recreation. Three Springs, the areas only traditional neighborhood development, located just south of Historic Downtown Durango, combines the best of all of the above.
The Village core of Three Springs – the Mercado District – downtown if you will, has sprung to life. Anytime Fitness allows you to get a work out anytime of the day, the friendly bankers at Alpine Bank can help you with all of your financial needs, and in early 2009, Digs Market Café will open in Three Springs, adding to the great variety of cuisine offered in Durango.  Just North of Three Springs, hikers and mountain bikers can enjoy miles of trail within the Horse Gulch Recreation Area; including infamous trails such as Stacey’s, Meadow Loop, and Telegraph Trail.  And Mercy Regional Medical Center, neighboring Three Springs to the northwest, is Southwest Colorado’s most technologically advanced hospital. 
All of that means Three Springs is a great place to live, work, shop, and play.  Conscientious city dwellers looking to escape the hustle and bustle will be able to spend more time with their families and less time in the car, baby boomers and retirees will be have more time to enjoy life while appreciating low maintenance living, and with the miles of trails within Three Springs and close proximity to wild places- weekend warriors can feed their outdoor addiction- Daily.  For more on terrific towns like Durango, read the CNN article, click here.