There is a lot to do around the community of Indian Peaks in Lafayette Colorado. The city itself has romantic Wild West history that tells the story of a hard working widow who platted out 150 acres to establish the city and named it for her late husband. This 150 acre area makes up what is known as the historical downtown district of Lafayette and houses the town hall and the city municipal building. Once primarily a farming and mining community, Lafayette is now a small but booming suburban city. Close to the Indian Peaks Neighborhood you will find local retail stores as well as your big box retailers, restaurants, theaters, an entertainment center, both large and small churches, local schools, and a first-rate hospital. Being conveniently located on Baseline Road, Indian Peaks is less than a 10 minute drive to downtown Boulder and approximately only 25 minutes from Denver.