You can feel right at home in this historic farm community. Enjoy the perfect view of the Rocky Mountains from anywhere in or around town. Several great restaurants to chose from including the Double Tree Restaurant where everyone knows you. Live in a small town and commute to the big one. Close to Hwy 85 and I-25.
Platteville, one of the oldest communities in Weld County, occupies land that was once the hunting grounds of nomad tribes and Cheyenne Indians. It is located along the banks of the South Platte River and enjoys a rich history vital to the development of the region. Platteville, Colorado was founded in 1871, after the Denver Pacific Railroad reached the area.
Platteville's origins are traced back to Fort Vasquez, an important 1830’s fur trading post. The Platte River's fertile valley has long been known for its livestock and poultry, with over 200 farms now located in the surrounding area.