Aspyre Rock Creek is the premier choice for Memory Care in the Fort Collins area.
Aspyre Rock Creek stands out from our competitors because of our focus on excellence. In the same regard, we strive to assist our residents in living active, engaged, fulfilled lifestyles—each and every day.
With our personalized service, engaging programs, and best-in-class amenities, our facility and staff elevate the entire senior living experience.
There is no shortage of choices for Assisted Living and Memory Care in Fort Collins — though few are designed for those with discerning tastes.
Aspyre Rock Creek stands out from the rest of the pack due to our unwavering commitment to excellence in every aspect of the operation: our team members, our culinary arts, our enriching programs and our sophisticated designs and amenities.
It is this signature blend which makes for a truly extraordinary and unparalleled living experience for our Memory Care residents.
Situated at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Northern Colorado, 60 miles north of Denver International airport, Fort Collins is home to unmatched scenery and endless views, fabulous recreational opportunities, diverse cultural attractions and family fun. It is known for experiencing some of the best weather in the country with 300+ days of sunshine and an annual average high temperature of 63 degrees.
The history of Fort Collins is rich with western lore, generations-old stories, and eccentric historical characters, according to Visit Fort Collins. Legend has it that in the early 1800’s, French-Canadian fur traders were caught in a tremendous snowstorm. To lighten their load, they buried large amounts of gunpowder (“Poudre” in French) in a hiding place (“Cache”) along the banks of a river – the Cache la Poudre River, which runs through modern-day Fort Collins.
In 1862, Camp Collins was built by the ninth Kansas Volunteer Cavalry to protect travelers and settlers along the Colorado branch of the Overland Trail. A flood in June 1864 sent the soldiers to higher ground near present-day Old Town. Less than three years later, the fort was abandoned. By 1872, the former fort site had a small hotel, general store and post office, a mill, school and brick yard.
The Colorado Central Railroad arrived in 1877, and Fort Collins became a thriving agricultural center. Colorado Agricultural & Mechanical College constructed its first classroom building, later called Old Main, in 1879, further establishing Fort Collins as the economic and cultural center of the region. The school was renamed Colorado State University in 1957.
Thanks to the efforts of local citizens and the city’s historic preservation program, modern-day visitors can stroll back through time to the town’s earliest days in and around Old Town. The district was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978; the majority of the buildings within Old Town are designated national and local historic districts. In 2005, Fort Collins was named a Preserve America City by the White House.
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