Bailey is an unincorporated
quiet and rustic mountain town on a very scenic route along the South Platte River. Surrounded by Pike National Forest
Bailey is just 45 miles southwest of Denver on Hwy 285 between Conifer and Fairplay. Pine is located between Conifer and Bailey. Both Bailey and Pine are mountain hideaways near all the amenities of Denver. At an altitude of 7
750 feet
it is an excellent area for hunting and world class fishing. A herd of about 200 bighorn sheep live in the mountains around Bailey. Just past Bailey are the smaller communities
Shawnee and Grant where recently designated was one of Colorados most scenic and historic mountain passes the 23-mile Guanella Pass Scenic and Historic Bywayand one of the premier places to view the turning of the aspen in Autumn at 11
669 feet. The town community consists of several small businesses
restaurants and churches
beautiful alpine scenery
outdoor recreation
close to national forest
hiking and biking. The homes are a wide range in style
size and price and vary from small cabins to multi-million dollar retreats.