Castle Rock, CO residents are proud to be from a town consistently ranked as one of the best places to live in the country. The most populous town in the state, Castle Rock continues to attract hordes of newcomers, hoping to get a taste of Colorado living at its finest. But what makes Castle Rock so great? Is it the miles upon miles of hiking, biking, walking, and horseback riding trails? The acres of greens at its many golf courses? The famous shopping? The awe-inspiring views of the Front Range? The academically accomplished public school system? Or is the colorful cast of characters who are drawn to this special community?
Colorado Life Magazine Presents: A Snapshot of Life in Castle Rock, CO
These are the questions that the upcoming March/April issue of Colorado Life Magazine will try to answer in its exclusive Castle Rock profile. If you own a home in Castle Rock CO, you understand what it is about the town’s local flavor that makes it such a vibrant and unique place to live. That’s why Colorado Life Magazine is asking Castle Rock locals to pitch in—let the magazine know what you think is so special about the town, whether it be a piece of fascinating history, an off-beat story, or one of the singular individuals around town whom you are proud to call your neighbor. All residents are welcome to contact writer/photographer Joshua Hardin at email@example.com with potential story ideas and anecdotes.
The Centennial State Through the Eyes of Locals
Based in Estes Park, the headquarters for Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado Life Magazine takes readers behind the scenes to uncover the personal stories, unforgettable experiences, and hidden treasures of Colorado. Focusing on the sights, food, travel, nature, and history that make communities across the state what they are, Colorado Life Magazine helps bring the people, places, and culture of Colorado to life within its pages.
Through stunning photography and in-depth stories, Colorado Life Magazine has explored such disparate topics as a profile of James W. Denver, Civil War general, senator, and namesake to Colorado’s capital city, a feature on the tiny town of Elizabeth and its small rodeo nationally recognized as the best of its size in the country, and the misadventures of a first-time snowboarder in a state where outdoor fun doesn’t stop for the winter. Colorado Life Magazine allows its more than 80,000 readers to explore the unique heritage of the Centennial State one local story, piece of history, and tale of triumph at a time.
Colorado Life Magazine publishes six bi-monthly issues a year. Get it from your local newsstand or get it delivered right to your home via subscription. A one-year subscription is $21 while a two-year subscription is just $38.
Remember to pick up your copy of the March/April issue of Colorado Life Magazine available March 1, 2015 to read about the happenings, history, and culture of our beloved Castle Rock. Who knows? You might even learn something new about the place you call home.