Community Notice: HOA Meeting October 24, 202X at x location.
Live On An 83-Acre Conservancy
Longs Peak Farms, a designated Conservation Development, consists of 83 Acres, of which ONLY 20% was developed into a pocket community of one-third to one-half acre lots. Nestled in a gorgeous rural setting, Longs Peak Farms is, and always will be, uniquely Berthoud.
A peaceful setting
Longs Peak Farms leaves 80% of the land undeveloped in its natural state, and one that houses a Colorado Division of Wildlife ‘buffer’ for Bald Eagles to mate and nest.
An active setting
The perfect setting
Bald Eagles, Our First Residents
To the west of the homesights are several cottonwood trees that house Bald Eagles year round. Longs Peak Farms integrated the designated buffers the Colorado Division of Wildlife established, maintaining what is hopefully a Bald Eagle’s home for years to come. Enjoy these rare, and stunning reminders of America the beautiful.
Why We Love Berthoud
Incorporated in 1888, what began as a settlement grew to include a handful of homes, a blacksmith shop, a mercantile store, a small grain elevator, and a log cabin that served as school and church for the community. The tiny settlement known as Little Thompson was renamed Berthoud in honor of Edward L. Berthoud, who had surveyed the rail route through the valley. We are proud of what continues today: a small, friendly community and vibrant lifestyle.
Longs Peak Farms History
“A people without the knowledge of their past history,
origin and culture is like a tree without roots.”
— Marcus Garvey
Longs Peak Farms honors the history of Maurice “Red” Haworth and his family. With over 100 years owning this land, the family’s roots are deep. From Berthoud’s first schoolhouse, to farming and raising sheep, the Haworth Family knew everything, and everyone in Berthoud.
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