Colorado is a phenomenal place to call home. It is also a great place to visit. I tell people who don't live in Colorado they are missing out because everywhere looks like a postcard. Colorado is that scenic.

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When I am bragging about how great Colorado is to out-of-towners, I have to restrict myself not to go too far. I don't want to convince somebody to move here.

We are full, after all, and I don't want to be responsible for adding to our population problem.

There are countless cities and charming towns to visit in Colorado. There are typical places to visit, like Telluride, Steamboat Springs, and Aspen, but there are countless places where you and your family can have a great weekend.

Most Underrated Colorado Town Revealed

Today's Homeowner took a look at the top underrated towns across all 50 states. They developed these rankings based on economic factors, activities, lodging, and food options.

Today's Homeowner Nests in Eagle, Colorado

Eagle, Colorado

The site chose Eagle as the most underrated town in Colorado. Eagle is located right outside of Vail and is a great place to visit and call home. Eagle has under 8,000 residents and has a B+ rating on Niche.

Here is What Today's Homeowner said about Eagle, Colorado

Eagle is the perfect destination for the outdoor enthusiast. This hidden Colorado gem features a variety of hiking trails, mountain biking, hunting, and trail running. Fishing is also extremely popular in Eagle and is considered a year-round sport.

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