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Welcome to Shorewood

Updated Spring 2022


Shorewood Basic Information 

Shorewood is a great neighborhood located above Shadow Mountain Lake and Highway 34. The views are breathtaking as you'll see all of Shadow Mountain Lake stretched out in front of your doorstep. You will also find plenty of wildlife coming in and out of the subdivision. The views from this neighborhood are unmatched and offer the perfect background to your life. Shorewood does have an HOA that helps keep up with the neighborhood. Shorewood is a short drive away from Granby and an even shorter drive from Grand Lake. There's plenty to do in the area from boating on the lake in the summer to snowmobiling on it in the winter. Rocky Mountain National Park is also a short drive from Shorewood.

Shadow Mountain Lake and Grand Lake

Shadow Mountain Lake provides an amazing view you can look at for years and that never loses its impressiveness. The lake stretches out with 1,346 acres of beautiful dark blue surface area. You can also see Colorado's largest natural lake, Grand Lake. Both lakes offer plenty to do in the summer and winter with boating, sailing, swimming, fishing and ice fishing, and much more. To get to the lake from Shorewood is a short drive into town or the boat launches.

Home Owners Association

Shorewood does have a Home Owners Association to keep up with the neighborhood and any problems that may come up. Unimproved lots are $50.00 a year and improved lots that have buildings on them are $125.00 a year. The community water tap also costs $500.00 every year.  Some homes have their own wells and therefore do not use the shared community water system.  The HOA does not plow the roads however; the county does plow two roads in Shorewood being Shorewood Circle (GCR 469) and Leawood Road (GCR 4692) the remaining roads are plowed and maintained by the residents. The HOA encourages its residents to maintain their properties by removing any weeds and dead trees. Shorewood also has a 15 mile per hour speed limit which includes all motorized vehicles. The HOA also owns a dozen lots inside of Shorewood which are protected land called parks. This is a private Open Space for the owners within Shorewood.

Wells and Water

Serving 32 homes in Shorewood are two wells. This main well is located in one of the parks in Shorewood. The state does not allow any more users on the well so all other residents must provide their own water system. The most common solution to this issue is simply drilling a well for your home. Those who use the taps are responsible for the upkeep and condition of their systems. There is also a $500.00 fee for tap users.

Surrounding Activities

Grand County and Grand Lake offer an adventure every day. Close to ten minutes away is the famous Rocky Mountain National Park which offers 415 square miles to anyone who is determined to explore it. The town of Grand Lake offers plenty of shopping, restaurants, town events, parks, small businesses, and much more. The town's historic wooden covered boardwalks make it easy to get from one side of town to the other on foot. If you decide you want to try on your skis or downhill bike you'll enjoy Granby Ranch which is a short 20-minute drive away or you can venture to Winter Park which is about a 45-minutes away. Grand Lake's snowmobile trails stretch up to the tallest mountains. There are numerous snowmobile rental shops located near Shorewood. Trails can be accessed in the subdivision if you have your own machines. Riders beware, Snowmobiling on county roads is not permitted.


The town of Grand Lake is the perfect mountain town to live your life. Opportunities are everywhere in Grand Lake as well as all of Grand County. The people are friendly and the community comes together to celebrate many events. Some of these events include New Year's Eve Fireworks, Winter Carnival, Pond Hockey Classic, Memorial Day Parade, Fireworks on the Fourth of July, an Arts and Crafts event, Buffalo Barbeque Days, Summer music located in the town park, Rocky Mountain Repertory Theater, Halloween Events for kids, and a Christmas Tree Lighting event, as well as many more.


In Shorewood, there are approximately 102 lots. A dozen of these lots are protected open spaces that are owned by homeowners. These protected lands are often referred to as parks aka Open Space. In the past twelve months (2020-2021) there were a total of six homes and five vacant lots sold. The average prices of these properties were $450,000 for a home and $39,000 for a vacant lot. There are sixty-one homes and twenty-nine vacant lots. Shorewood is 66% developed with the average size of a lot being a quarter acre. The assessed values of homes in Shorewood ranged from $202,000 up to a million.
Information was gathered from the Grand County Assessors Site and the Grand County Board of Realtors along with Internet searching. This information may be dated.


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