Retreat to Golf Course Living at RainDance National in Windsor, Colorado
Teeing off in July 2022, RainDance National Resort & Golf is coming to Windsor, Colorado as the area’s premier golf destination. Yet, before you can play the course, you can live on it. Custom homesites are available now for purchase.
This 18-hole high plains links style golf course designed by PGA Tour Champion, Fred Frunk, will have four hours of vistas framing Northern Colorado’s peaks and valleys. Longs Peaks to the west. Windsor Valley to the northeast. Arroyos that are intrinsic to the land and changed from gold to green depending on the season.
This is going to be a championship course. However, it’s designed so anybody can play it. And it’s going to be big. With wide fairways and pretty large scale greens. Fred Funk
The 18 Holes of RainDance National are spread across 300-acres of land unique to the water-rich, historically agriculture Northern Colorado plains. Its size is roughly two times that of a typical 18-hole course.
ASCGA Golf Course Architect, Harrison Minchew, designed the course with a simple goal in mind – let the terrain do the work. “The key is to make the golf course look like it was always there. And that’s been fun.”
Before the resort and golf course open in summer of 2022, there is opportunity to live inside RainDance National Resort & Golf.
CUSTOM HOMESITES AVAILABLE NOW
Custom homesites overlooking the course are available now among the residential neighborhoods of RainDance National: Festival and Sugar Hills. Both neighborhoods boasts homesites looking out at the first four holes, driving range and the G.O.A.T Ranch practice area. The size of the golf course and lack of perimeter housing make these coveted homesites even more valuable as they claim some of the area’s most remarkable views of the Cache la Poudre River, Windsor Valley and the Front Range.
Residents, golfers and adventurers alike get to enjoy the best of what’s planned for RainDance National. Above and beyond the 18-hole championship course and 3-acre practice area are plans for cabins and glamping sites to reconnect with nature and seasonal adventure offerings like ziplining and ski/sledding hill.
Plus, residents of Festival and Sugar Hills get access to what’s made RainDance community one of the nation’s top-selling communities for two years: its 1.5-acre RainDance River Resort water park, HomeStead Welcome and Events Center, Ted’s Sweetwater Grill and Trout Pond, and large scale annual events.
RainDance National Resort & Golf and the community in which it resides – RainDance – are packed with remarkable amenities that let you fill your day (and your weekend) without leaving the neighborhood. It’s where fun lives in Northern Colorado.
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