People move to the Black Forest to have acreage and privacy, and it is common to have horses and other livestock in this area. Neighborhoods such as Park Forest Estates, Cherry Creek Springs, Spiritwood and Latigo Trails cater to the equestrian lifestyle.
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The Black Forest area of Colorado Springs is a large area located in the northeast part of El Paso County. The area covers approximately 125 square miles and is at an average elevation of 7300 feet in elevation. The northern border is Douglas County while the southern border extends down to Woodmen Road. The homes in this area are on heavily treed acreage with an average lot size of over 7 acres.
Schools in Black Forest
The Black Forest is so large it has three separate school district attendance areas. Academy School District #20 covers residences in the southern and western areas, Falcon School District #49 on the eastern edge and Lewis Palmer School District #38 in the north-western area. Where you live in the Black Forest will determine your home school.
Weather in Black Forest
The weather in the Black Forest tends to be a little more extreme than in other parts of the Colorado Springs area due to its higher elevation. Average highs in the winter are in the upper 30’s with average lows dropping down to 15-20 degrees. Summertime temperatures average 80-83 degrees with the lows in the 50s. The treed areas usually experience more snow during the winter than areas located more west and south.