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INFORMATION ABOUT COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO
The second-largest city in Colorado houses the United States Air Force Academy and several major defense corporations. President Eisenhower selected Colorado Springs as the location for the academy in 1954, and today, defense companies Northrup Grumman, Lockhead Martin and Boeing call the city home. Colorado Springs also houses Peterson Air Force Base, Cheyenne Mountain Air Station and NORAD – North American Aerospace Air Station – the missile defense system.
Colorado Springs homes for rent offer access to numerous outdoor attractions and activities like Pikes Peak and the Garden of the Gods, a park featuring 1,300+ acres of rock formations, rock climbing and miles of trails for mountain biking, hiking and horseback riding. The city, whose metro area has close to 600,000 residents and has experienced huge population growth in the last 20 years, also six dog runs and parks, where dogs can run off-leash with their owners. Other available activities include white water rafting, balloon rides, jeep tours, flyfishing and gold mine tours. Colorado Springs is home to the Dinosaur Depot Museum, where visitors can see fossils and artifacts.
Money Magazine named Colorado Springs the Best Big City to Live In for 2006, and the city features hundreds of miles of park hiking trails and un-paved mountain biking trails, as well as serving as the headquarters for the U.S. Olympic Committee and multiple U.S. Olympic sports, including fencing, figuring skating, basketball, cycling, hockey, volleyball and wrestling. It has also hosted the U.S. Figure Skating Championships six times and the World Championships five times.
Colorado Springs rental homes are available in all of the city's unique neighborhoods, from the moderately price southeast side to the luxorious Banning Lewis Ranch, located off of Marsheffel Road. So, if you’re interested in moving to one of the fastest growing cities in the nation, let RentalHouses.com help you find the perfect Colorado Springs home rental.
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Cities in the Colorado Springs metro area include: Colorado Springs, Fountain, Manitou Springs, Monument, and Peyton