About Fox Acres
As you turn off of Highway 287 onto County Road 74E and begin your ascent into the mountains, you feel the cares and stresses of the world lift. The community at Fox Acres was carefully constructed around a special golf course to capture the feeling of secluded retreat. Though not an isolated community, it brings the pleasure of relaxed retreat. An open, caring community soon embraces new residents.
Many activities are available to the Fox Acres community. You can join the golf/fishing club (firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 970.881.2574), join a bridge group, go for a walk or a hike, relax into the serenity of the neighborhood, gather with your neighbors for social times, explore the history of the area, join a village organization, volunteer with a village entity, write a book, paint a picture ...
At Fox Acres you are living with wild animals. Enjoy watching the deer, moose, elk, coyotes, bear, bobcats and mountain lions that may visit our community. Osprey and bald eagles nest in the area and can be seen fishing the local lakes. The cell phone tower on the property houses an Osprey nest. Many local birds and animals are protected species and must be respected accordingly.
While you are hiking, fishing, golfing, cross-country skiing, horseback riding or exploring this special area, the Community Services staff takes care of the many details that make your life here so enjoyable.Our gated community has a security staff at the entrance gate which also conducts regular patrols of the property. Roadways are maintained on a regular schedule and landscaping health is an on-going project. Though the sewage treatment plant was a model for other small communities in Colorado at the time of its construction, its age has led to requirements for up-grading to satisfy government agencies. Funds have been set aside for this project. Snow removal is a continuing winter project to ensure that fire protection vehicles can access all property even when owners are not in residence. Fox Acres has the only fire hydrants in Red Feather Lakes. This allows our community to maintain an excellent fire protection rating and gives home owners the advantage of insuring their properties more cost effectively. On-going pine beetle mitigation efforts maintain the natural mountain beauty of the overall property.
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