Live. Play. Thrive.
Welcome to Heron Lakes at TPC Colorado! Tucked against the Rocky Mountains, alongside accessible lakes and miles of trails, life in our community is - in a word - active. Every day, adventure awaits just beyond your welcome mat.
From boating to water sports and paddleboarding around the lake, to birdwatching and wildlife conservation; from wine tasting and party planning to playing a round of golf at TPC Colorado, our residents have the opportunity to make engaging in their passions part of their everyday life.
But above all else, Heron Lakes at TPC Colorado is a community – of neighbors, families and friends who both live and recreate here, of TPC Colorado Members perfecting their game or simply enjoying the championship course, and of visitors from around the globe or across the street whom we welcome to come, play with us, and experience the best there is.
Our expansive 65,000 square-foot clubhouse serves as the epicenter of our community. The clubhouse features a modern, mountain charm throughout and showcases a 5,000 square-foot grand ballroom, full-service men’s and women’s locker facilities, casual dining at Center Stage or fine dining at 773 Prime, as well as more than 15,000 square feet of covered outdoor patio overlooking five holes of golf and sweeping lake and Rocky Mountain views.
TPC Colorado is an 18-hole championship semi-private golf course and proud to be a host on the Korn Ferry Tour. It’s also our neighborhood course.
TPC Colorado offers multiple membership options and also welcomes a limited amount of guest play.
The Heron Lakes community sits at the front row of the Front Range. Custom homes, luxury villas and deluxe townhomes offer an extensive mix of housing opportunities and create a diverse, sophisticated community landscape.
Open Space and Conservation
Heron Lakes is proud to protect the Great Blue Heron population here – we’re home to one of the largest Heron rookeries in the state. As we live and play here and grow our community, we’ll continue to protect and enhance the environment around us.
Environmental stewardship is a part of TPC Colorado’s overall management plan. The golf course management is striving for certification through Audubon International, working through a variety of operation items including water conservation and protecting and supporting wildlife habitats.
With so much to do, with such stunning views to see, and with such close proximity to Denver, Fort Collins, Loveland, Boulder and Longmont, Heron Lakes at TPC Colorado is the perfect place in Northern Colorado to call home.