Visit the 10 Smallest Towns in the State of Colorado
Want to get away? Looking for a little peace and quiet in the Centennial State? Lucky for us we live in a state that is never far away from a small town. Escape to the mountains or any corner of Colorado that is home to one of our state's smallest towns.
Although some of Colorado's smallest towns might seem like abandoned places, there are no ghost towns on this list. If you visit any of the smallest towns in the photo gallery below, you will find Coloradans living there. Even though it may not seem like it at a glance.
How Many Tiny Towns Are in Colorado?
According to Wikipedia, The state of Colorado is home to 100 towns with less than 100 residents. Scroll through the gallery below to learn more about each town's location, and to see which one has the smallest number of people living there.
Mesa County's Smallest Town
Just how large is Mesa County? It covers over 3,300 square miles. In all that space, the tiniest statutory town in Mesa County is Collbran, Colorado. Collbran is home to about 370 residents. Compared to Colorado's smallest town, Collbran seems like a big city.
Colorado's Smallest Town
If you want to get really nerdy, pay attention to the totals after the next census comes out. Some of these tiny towns leapfrog each other, and next census we may have a new 'smallest town' to talk about.
It may seem hard to believe but Colorado's smallest town is technically part of the Denver Suburbs. Did you know that Lakeside, Colorado is home to Lake Rhoda, the Lakeside Amusement Park, and about 10 to 15 residents? There isn't much room for anyone else
Scroll on to check out ten of the smallest towns in the Centennial State.
The 10 Smallest Towns in the State of Colorado
Gallery Credit: Wesley Adams
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Gallery Credit: Wes Adams