Louisville is a city in the American state of Colorado. It is situated in Boulder County, 10 miles east of Boulder and 23 miles north-west of the capital city of Denver. Locals pronounce Louisville as "Lewis-ville" and not "Louie-ville."
Louisville’s economy is partially based on its nearness to Boulder and Denver. It serves as a commuter city for both. It also has developed industries that include high-tech and government contractors. Louisville is home to The Sierra Nevada Corporation’s Space Systems arm. There are many options for serviced offices in the city of Louisville.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Located near the city of Boulder, Louisville shares many of the areas resources including access to Boulder Creek Path. The path runs for several miles along the banks of the Boulder Creek, weaving through the middle of Boulder. You can use the trail to walk, jog, or bike. There are several swimming holes along the path that are popular in the summer. You can also float the creek on inner tubes. Another park in the area is Chautauqua Park, which is located at the base of the Flatiron’s rock formations. Here you can hike, check out the geological formations, and enjoy the expansive views. The Boulder Symphony performs at Chautauqua Park during the summer months. Dining options in Louisville include The Empire Lounge & Restaurant, The Huckleberry, Waterloo, Old Louisville Inn, Zucca Italian Restaurant, and Blue Parrot Restaurant.
The nearest major airport to Louisville is the Denver International Airport (DEN/KDEN) which provides international and domestic flights from Denver, Colorado within 33 miles of the city center. Another major airport in the area is Fort Collins-Loveland Municipal Airport (FNL/KFNL), offering domestic flights from Fort Collins, located 43 miles from Louisville. US Route 36 borders the south-west edge of the city and provides access to Louisville via its intersections with McCaslin Boulevard and 96th Street. The Northwest Parkway also connects with the city. FasTracks’ Northwest Rail Line runs between Denver and Longmont stopping in Louisville and Boulder on the way. The Regional Transport District also provides a regional bus service linking Louisville with Denver and the surrounding area.