Shop, Eat, Explore
Loveland has a wide array of opportunities for shopping, eating, and exploring. Our vibrant retail core is enhanced by neighborhood centers, each offering a unique assortment of goods. Finding a restaurant to suit the casual diner or the gourmet is easy to do in Loveland. Of course, the natural environment offers a multitude of ways to have fun with family or friends.
Shopping opportunities in Loveland have grown in the past years to include many new stores and restaurants drawing consumers from local residents, Northern Colorado and beyond.
Shop, eat, explore...
Historic Downtown Loveland
At the heart of Loveland is Historic Downtown Loveland where it all began! Our founder, David Barnes, started our beautiful city where downtown stands today and offers a uniquely Loveland shopping and entertainment experience. With several art galleries/studios, a museum, the historic Rialto Theater, unique restaurants, book stores, gift shops, antique stores, sculpture and much more in the heart of Loveland, you'll find plenty to keep you and your family entertained.
The Promenade Shops
The newest shopping experience in Loveland is The Promenade Shops at Centerra, just east of I-25 at Highway 34 (exit 257-A). Stores like Macey's, Best Buy and Dick's Sporting Goods are just a few of the many you will find at the outside shopping mall. You will also find a fabulous selection of restaurants from the casual elegance of the locally owned Bent Fork to the more established franchises like Red Robin. The Metrolux 14 theaters are also located at The Promenade. Amenities include fountains, an ice skating rink, a children's play area, a central meeting area, sculpture park and nature trails, outdoor seating, and plentiful landscaping.
Outlets at Loveland
The Outlets at Loveland are located on the west side of I-25 and Highway 34 (exit 257-B). With an array of stores, like Nike, Ralph Lauren and Carter's, you can find value, a great selection, and brand names. Some extra services are trolley transportation, ATM, strollers, and wheelchairs.
Also on the west side of I-25 is the Marketplace at Centerra featuring a large selection of stores as well, like Target, Old Navy and JoAnn's. And with over a dozen eating establishments their are certainly plenty of places to get a meal, such as Chick-fil-A, Panera Bread, Mimi's Cafe and Old Chicago.
Brand new at I-25 and Crossroads Blvd. is The Motorplex at Centerra**, the region's original master-planned auto park. With more than 100 acres of retail space for dealers who represent the top auto marquees, the upscale center will be the largest gathering of **auto dealers in northern Colorado. Current dealers include Co's BMW, Davidson Chevrolet, King Buick Pontiac-GMC, L2 Auto, and Subaru of Loveland.
And just across the street is Thunder Mountain Harley-Davidson and the offices for five of Northern Colorado's Clear Channel radio stations with their outdoor Thunder Mountain Amphitheater hosting acts like acts like, "Blues Traveler", "Boys Like Girls", and "The Charlie Daniels Band". The Thunder Mountain Amphitheater is probably best known nationally for for hosting Thunder in the Rockies.
Located around Loveland are several more shopping centers like Orchards Shopping Center, Thompson Valley Towne Center and the Columbine Shopping Center.
Loveland is also home to national stores: Sam's Membership Warehouse, two Wal-Mart Superstores, Kmart, Home Depot, Lowe's, three Walgreen's stores, Office Depot, Sportsmen's Warehouse, Pier 1 Imports, Pet Smart, The UPS Stores,and much more.