The “West Side” as this area is affectionately called, is loved for its unique homes, quality schools, trails and access to the foothills. There is a wide variety of housing on the west side, from Kissing Camels, Garden of the Gods and Old Colorado City, with everything from gated country clubs to turn-of-the-century bungalows. Colorado Springs School District 11 provides quality school options for families who choose to live in one of the many unique neighborhoods between Interstate 25 and the foothills of the Rampart Range.
Schools on the West Side:
The West Side of Colorado Springs is part of School District 11 and is home to Buena Vista Montessori Elementary School, Irving Howbert Elementary School, Holmes Middle School, and Coronado High School.
Parks and Open Spaces on the West Side:
The West Side of Colorado Springs has several parks and open spaces perfect for hiking or walking. Two of its most notable parks are Garden of the Gods Park on 30th St and Red Rock Canyon Open Space on Highway 24 just west of 31st st. Other smaller parks include, Pike Park, Pioneer Park, Westmoor Park, Sondermann Park, Thorndale Park, Mesa Open Space, Bristol Park, Vermijo Park, Bott Park, Blunt Park and Bancroft Park.
|Cedar Heights||Cragmor Heights||Holland Park|
|Indian Heights||Kissing Camels||Mesa Heights|