Officially founded in 1877, Loveland Colorado was named after William A.H. Loveland, the president of the Colorado Central Railroad that ran alongside the city. While it was originally a farming town, over time it has become a primary commercial hub of northern Colorado. Located next to the North Front Range of the majestic Colorado Rockies, Loveland is always an easy drive away from great hiking spaces. With 26 miles of paved trails in the city, you might not even have to drive at all.
Loveland, Colorado is the sculpture capital of the nation. Not only is it home to the internationally renowned Sculpture in the Park Art Show and several world-class foundries but two sculpture parks covering 36 acres. It surprises anyone that there are so many bronze sculptures erected across the city!
Hometown of the champion Colorado Eagles Hockey Team, Loveland definitely has an answer for every hobby. With award-winning craft beer breweries, a historic downtown district, and fantastic restaurants, it’s no wonder Loveland is home to a Nutrien location!