Live life to the fullest. Of all the apartments Idaho Springs has to offer, Riverbend Residences‘s floor plans are among the largest. In Riverbend Residences‘s apartments for rent, Idaho Springs will have everything you need to make the home you deserve: from the dishwasher to the extra storage closet.
Everything you need at your doorstep. Because there are so many apartments for rent in Idaho Springs, renters have to be diligent to get what they want. One thing that sets us apart is how close we are to shopping. As you live at Riverbend Residences, stocking the fridge and pantry won’t be an all-day affair.
With a 48-hour average repair request completion time, professionals take care of the maintenance of your home. Today is your time to relax and live in the confidence that our team will take care of everything. That’s why everyone raves about Riverbend Residences: we go above and beyond the other apartments Idaho Springs has to offer.
A LOCAL GUIDE TO Idaho Springs, Colorado
Located in Clear Creek Canyon in the Rocky Mountains, Idaho Springs, Colorado was founded in 1859 by prospectors during the Pike’s Peak Gold Rush. Idaho Springs is located along Interstate 70 approximately 30 miles west of Denver. It is now bustling tourist town and serves the nearby Loveland ski area. Idaho Springs also offers plenty of alpine hiking and access to other outdoor recreational activities.
History & Culture
Idaho Springs is near the site of the first major placer gold find of the Colorado gold rush in 1859. Prospector George A. Jackson discovered gold near where Chicago Creek empties into Clear Creek. A nearby hot springs also attracted residents in the early days of the town. Nearby gold veins in Clear Creek Canyon eventually gave way to hard rock mining, which sustained the town once the gold veins ran dry.
Idaho Springs lies along interstate 70, which serves as a route to Denver to the east and the central Rockies ski resorts to the west. It is served by the public Bustang line, which runs between Denver and Grand Junction, Colorado. A total of three eastbound and three westbound routes stop in the city daily.
Things to Do
Located at an elevation of 7,500 feet, Idaho Springs offers access to several outdoor recreational activities, including hiking, camping, skiing, and more. Echo Mountain is located to the south of the city, while Loveland Ski Area is to the west of the town on I-70. Golden Gate Canyon State Park is located northeast of the city with access to hiking, mountain biking, and more. The Indian Hot Springs in Idaho Springs is a popular resort with natural hot springs.