According to the Colorado Springs Convention and Visitors Bureau, "Beautiful scenery, friendly people and fascinating history are interwoven in the tapestry of the growing Tri-Lakes communities" Monument, Palmer Lake and Woodmoor are at the north edge of El Paso County, situated at the high point between Denver and Colorado Springs known as the Palmer Divide."
The area is home to residents who work locally and also those who choose to commute short distances to either Colorado Springs or Denver (via Interstate 25). The Tri-Lakes area is adjacent to the Pike National Forest and has a varied landscape characterized by rolling, treed hills and (usually) beautiful views of Pikes Peak and the city lights.
The Tri-Lakes area provides a variety of options for dining, accommodations and entertainment. There are several recreational areas that attract people from all parts of Colorado every year.
Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce