Conifer, Colorado is a foothills town, located 15 southwest of the Denver metro area, off Highway 285.
Conifer was first occupied by Cheyenne, Ute, and Arapahoe tribes and later became home to gold miners, ranchers, and trappers.
Conifer’s main draw is its natural beauty, with the Pike National Forest running through town. Foxes, deer, and elk can often be seen in and around Conifer, and fall foliage is a spectacular sight.
Top attractions in Conifer, Colorado include:
- Historic Reynolds Park
- Clifton House Inn